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Football is undoubtedly the most popular sport in the world. It just depends which country you’re in to determine exactly what football is, though. Most countries beyond North America consider football to be the sport played on a large grassy field with two goals, a round ball, and one person on each team being able to use their hands. But for the United States and Canada, “football” is the one where the athletes use an oblong ball, two tall posts, and only one person each team doesn’t use their hands. In North America, the sport everyone else calls football is instead called “soccer.” There. Got all that? Hope it wasn’t too confusing. So if you’re looking to place a soccer bet outside of the United States, don’t use the word soccer.

Most every league gains popularity by scheduling games once a week, leaving plenty of time in between for fans and writers to opine about their favorite team’s past game and upcoming match. So whether you’re talking about the United States’ NFL, Canada’s CFL, England’s Premier League, Spain’s La Liga, Italy’s Serie A, or any country’s top football league, like the Australian rules football’s AFL, football just rules wherever you are.

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NOTE: Weekend posting will decrease significantly over next few months — to resume early January. There were some classic (word not thrown around lightly) games today, none better than Colorado’s 42-35 victory over their state’s lower budgeted counterpart. Joel Klatt of Colorado had a 402-yard, 4-touchdown game; Bradlee Van Pelt of Colorado State matched him with 339 yards, 3 passing and 2 rushing touchdowns. The gridiron was lit-up during this game. No, literally. In true Natural fashion, lightning flashed as Derek McCoy (Colo.) caught a 72-yard touchdown pass. In the last few minutes, Van Pelt tied the game on a 30-yard rushing touchdown. And how better to end such a game? How about a last minute Colorado touchdown by a guy named Purify?

It’s gonna be a good season.

In other college football news. Did you see Oregon’s new uniforms? What bro?! I guess they keep the team safe while jogging at night.

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