It was a big weekend in the sports world giving you and your co-workers plenty to talk about this week. If you didn’t stay inside and watch hours and hours of coverage (and who did?) consider this the cliff notes version of the topics most likely to come up. Take a quick peek at the video and if you still want more, click on the links at the bottom of the post.
The Super Bowl will be a rematch between the NY Giants and New England Patriots. It’s been compared to the Red Sox-Yankees rivalry in baseball.
Legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno died Sunday at the age of 85.
Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly was close to signing a deal with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Bucs. Monday morning he decided he’s staying in college ball.
Murray State is the last remaining unbeaten NCAA D1 basketball team after Syracuse lost Saturday to Notre Dame.
There are no American men remaining in the Australian Open. It’s the first time that’s happened in 40 years and John McEnroe thinks it’s due to a lack of passion.
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