Photo courtesy of thetennistimes.com. Samantha Stosur (pictured above) shocked Serena Williams today in the finals of the US Open.
By Josh Kramer
Everyone was already looking ahead to Monday’s Men’s US Open Final. Today’s Women’s final was supposed to just be an afterthought. We thought we had seen it all with Djokovic shocking Roger Federer, coming back from two sets down, and two match points down. But the fun continues.
So my question for you all today. What was the bigger shocker? Djokovic’s unthinkable comeback or Stosur’s shocking upset?
Let me try to paint both of these remarkable and improbable events into perspective for you.
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Photo courtesy of news.fiu.edu. One of the best players in College Football you have never heard of put on a real show on Friday night in Louisville. America, say hello to T.Y. Hilton (pictured above).
By Josh Kramer
It is safe to say that Week 2 of the College Football season was far from “mediocre.” I was not thoroughly impressed by last Saturday’s football action. This week took a 180 from last week and made me once again realize why College Football is so great. From the second consecutive great Friday night game, to the lights going off at the Big House, week two was definitely a week to remember. Amazingly, the schedule will only get better as we move forward. Here is a look back at some of the highlights of Week 2.
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