• Boise's World Cup Obsession

    U.S. fans swarm to 2014 World Cup
      The deafening chants of "USA! USA! USA!" rang through Ha'Penny Bridge Irish Pub. Passersby at the Broad Street pub couldn't help but get caught up in the pounding of tables and ringing of a cowbell.
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  • Soc It To Me

      Even the name "soccer" makes me crazy. Why can't Americans just call it by the same name the rest of the world calls it by?
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  • Hey FIFA, How Low Can You Go?

    On the sinking integrity of soccer's international governing body and why the World Cup will be regarded with suspicion
      Contentious call puts light on international sports organization.
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