Patriots beat Bucs convincingly
It seems like the Patriots and Tom Brady are in outstanding shape for the regular season, as they beat the Buccaneers in a convincing way by 31-14, scoring 21 of those points all in the first quarter of this preseason game, which was the first match for Brady, as he didn’t played last week against the Jaguars. Chad Ochocinco officially scored his first touchdown wearing a Patriots uniform, and it is expected that he will become one of Brady’s main weapons during the whole season. The team also did quite well in terms of defense, as they managed to keep the Bucs scoreless for the entirety of the first half.

Hurricane’s death penalty and who will suffer
Right now it is being discussed the potential harm that the death penalty can bring to the Hurricanes if the NCAA decides that the football program should be removed, and it is not just the fans whom are quite worried, as also the owners of local businesses are afraid of losing their incomes, “If you go from having 60,000 people there (the stadium) on a Saturday, to nobody, that’s a big economic hit for the whole community.” Said Harry Rothwell, a local store owner, and it actually seems like this could be the worst moment for something like this to happen as students are returning for the fall semester and if the program is suspended, they will not be buying t-shirts or expending on other stuff related to the team.

Brawl between Georgetown and Shanghai Bayi Rockets
When non-sporting issues (in this case political) are brought in to the court, problems will surface, and that is exactly what happened in a hoops game held on Thursday in China between the teams of Georgetown University and the Shanghai Bayi Rockets (a professional Chinese squad which has ties to the People’s Liberation Army), whom got into a brawl during the fourth quarter of the game, with the game suspended as the result. Calls from the press to the Chinese Basketball Association concerning the matter were not answered on Friday.

Clijsters will be absent from US Open
2-time US Open defending champion Kim Clijsters said that she will not be participating at this year’s US Open, as the Belgian mentioned that she is currently suffering a stomach muscle injury, and won’t be able to defend her title, “Obviously I’m very disappointed,” she told the Associated Press. “I trained very hard this summer and felt in a good shape to play this event.” She said.

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