Posted on 18 July 2014 by WNST Audio
Posted on 08 July 2014 by WNST Audio
Posted on 07 July 2014 by Glenn Clark
Honorable Mention: WNBA-Washington Mystics @ Chicago Sky (Wednesday 12:30pm from Chicago live on WNBA All-Access), Washington Mystics @ Tulsa Shock (Saturday 8pm from Tulsa live on WNBA All-Access); Auto Racing: NASCAR Camping World RV Sales 301 (Sunday 1pm from Loudon, NH live on TNT); Charm City Roller Girls (Saturday 6:30pm Ice Gardens Laurel)
10. John Witherspoon (Thursday-Sunday DC Improv); Sandra Bernhard (Saturday 8pm Howard Theatre); Jim Jeffries (Friday 7pm & 10pm Lincoln Theatre); “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” out in theaters (Friday); “Bad Words” and “Nymphomaniac Vol. 1 & Vol. 2” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)
Jim Jeffries uses the F word a lot. So if you enjoy the F word and laughing, you’d probably enjoy him. (I’m looking at you, grandma.) (Not even remotely safe for work.)
Also, national Pecan Pie Day is coming up this Saturday. So here’s this. (Oddly enough, if you’re like me this isn’t safe for work either. I’ll be staying at this desk for a bit.)
9. Justin Timberlake (Monday 7:30pm Baltimore Arena); Bruno Mars (Friday 8pm Jiffy Lube Live); Jennifer Nettles (Sunday 8pm Wolf Trap), Sara Bareilles (Monday 7:30pm Wolf Trap); Neon Trees/Smallpools (Friday 8pm Rams Head Live Sunday 7pm 9:30 Club), Ashley Monroe (Sunday 7:30pm Rams Head Live); All Time Low/Cinder Road (Saturday 7pm Baltimore Soundstage); Brand New (Sunday 7:30pm Fillmore Silver Spring); The Original Wailers (Sunday 8pm Howard Theatre); The Neighbourhood (Wednesday 7pm Echostage); Peter Frampton (Tuesday 6:30pm Lincoln Theatre), Natalie Merchant (Saturday & Sunday 6:30pm Lincoln Theatre); Dirty Heads “Sound of Change”, John Mellencamp “Performs Trouble No More Live at Town Hall” and Blackberry Smoke “Leave a Scar: Live in North Carolina” available (Tuesday)
I’ll see you Monday night. Don’t even try to act like he’s not amazing.
Remember back when we could pretend like we didn’t know how good Bruno Mars was?
Smallpools is responsible for one of the more notable songs of the last couple years.
Support our boys from All Time Low. They’re good boys.
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Posted on 06 July 2014 by WNST Staff
· 1.1 million Unique Viewers on WatchESPN
ESPN’s presentation of Saturday’s Netherlands vs. Costa Rica match, a 0-0 tie in which Netherlands advanced after extra time in a shootout at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, was seen by an average audience of 5,791,000 viewers based on a 3.4 fast national rating, according to Nielsen, making it the second most-watched FIFA World Cup quarterfinal match on ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC. The television audience fell behind only Friday’s Brazil vs. Colombia, seen by 6,349,000 viewers based on a 3.6 fast national rating.
On WatchESPN, the match reached 1.1 million unique viewers and 60.4 million total minutes, and Argentina vs. Belgium reached 756,000 unique viewers and generated 31.9 million total minutes.
Top-10 markets for Netherlands-Costa Rica: San Francisco (6.6), Washington, DC (6.4), Miami-Ft. Lauderdale (6.2), San Diego (5.8), Baltimore (5.6), Las Vegas (5.6), Los Angeles (5.4), New York (5.4), Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg (4.6) and Hartford-New Haven (4.5).
Argentina vs. Belgium:
The earlier match on Saturday (Argentina vs. Belgium on ABC) delivered an average audience of 5,183,000 viewers based on a 3.2 rating. Top 10 markets: Miami-Ft. Lauderdale (5.5), Los Angeles (5.4), Washington, DC (5.3), San Francisco (5.2), San Diego (5.1), New York (4.8), Atlanta (4.7), Albuquerque-Santa Fe (4.5), Columbus, Ohio (4.3) and Richmond-Petersburg (4.3).
Quarterfinal Average Audience:
In all, two of the four 2014 FIFA World Cup quarterfinal matches rank among the top five matches in the round by audience across ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. Brazil 2014 quarterfinal matches averaged 5,582,000 viewers, reflecting increases of 29 percent vs. 2010 (4,337,000) and 68 percent compared to 2006 (3,318,000). The 3.3 US household ratings average for 2014 are up 18 percent vs. 2010 (2.8 US HH rating) and 43 percent over 2006 (2.3 US HH rating).
Most-watched World Cup Quarterfinal Matches on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC:
|July 4, 2014||Colombia vs. Brazil||6,349,000||ESPN|
|July 5, 2014||Netherlands vs. Costa Rica||5,791,000||ESPN|
|July 3, 2010||Argentina vs. Germany||5,714,000||ABC|
|July 10, 1994||Romania vs. Sweden||5,666,000||ABC|
|July 9, 1994||Brazil vs. Netherlands||5,580,000||ABC|
Significant Television Viewership Increases Over 2010 and 2006
Through 60 matches of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC are averaging 4,190,000 viewers based on a 2.6 US household rating per match. The 2014 audience reflect increases of 42 percent and 114 percent (vs. 2,947,000 in 2010 and 1,961,000 in 2006) in viewers, and 37 percent and 86 percent in ratings (vs. 1.9 in 2010 and 1.4 in 2006) (Note: Ratings and viewership numbers are based on the specific match windows, not including pre-match studio coverage)
The highest-rated markets for World Cup matches on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC: Washington DC (4.6), New York (4.3), San Francisco (4.1), Los Angeles (3.7) and San Diego (3.7), Hartford/New Haven (3.6), Orlando (3.5), Miami/Ft. Lauderdale (3.5), Richmond (3.4) and West Palm Beach (3.3).
WatchESPN, ESPN.com and ESPNFC.com Growth Over 2010
Semifinals Kick Off
ESPN’s coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will continue with the semifinals on Tuesday, July 8, with Brazil vs. Germany (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) and Wednesday, July 9, with Netherlands vs. Argentina (3:30 p.m., ESPN). Each semifinal match will be available on ESPN3, WatchESPN or WATCH ABC, and ESPN Radio.
Semifinals on ESPN:
|Tue 7/8||3:30 p.m.||ESPN||Brazil vs. Germany
TV: Ian Darke and Steve McManaman
Radio: JP Dellacamera and Tommy Smyth
|Wed 7/9||3:30 p.m.||ESPN||Netherlands vs. Argentina
TV: Jon Champion and Stewart Robson
Radio: Dellacamera and Smyth
Posted on 03 July 2014 by Dwayne Showalter
I’m no soccer guy. I played one year as a kid when my hometown football program folded because of a lack of interest. My kids both played soccer for a year or two of clinic. I helped the head coach. My main job was to lift the kids high in the air to celebrate when they would “score a goal.”
My loves are football, lacrosse and college hoops. I have a basic knowledge of soccer but couldn’t name 3 English Premiere League teams until my son picked up FIFA ’14 for Xbox. I actually knew several players on the national teams for the World Cup before the tournament started. That probably put me in the top ten percent of fans in this country.
I knew a flock of Man City guys like Yaya Toure (Ivory Coast), David Silva (Spain) and Edin Dzeko (Bosnia) to name a few. I actually watched a few EPL games as the season wore down. I knew Belgian Vincent Kompany who actually got a yellow card in the US game! A major strike against my soccer knowledge, I did not know US goalkeeper Tim Howard played for Everton. Oh well. My son rolled the Xbox with the Spanish league players so I could drop some names there too.
All that said, here is my take on the US effort in the World Cup.
Game 1: US 2, Ghana 1. What a start. The Dempsey goal made you take notice 34 seconds in. Then reality started to sink in. This team was not going to go out and throttle anyone in their group. Ghana dominated possession from what i saw. Howard played well and a late corner gave the US a win they knew they needed to get out of the group. It showed the first and second signs of the resolve they showed in each game.
Game 2: US 2, Portugal 2. I thought this was the US’s best effort, certainly in the second half. They seemed in control. The chances they allowed were thwarted easily enough. The Jones goal was a gem. But leading 2-1 with the final seconds running out, they allowed one of the greatest players in the world time and space to create and Ronaldo delivered a scathing dagger of a cross for the game-tying header. The final whistle sounded and it felt like the US had lost.
Game 3: Germany 1, US 0. Here is where our shortcomings really came to light. Germany dissected the US defense and piled up chance after chance. Eventually, they solved Howard for a goal and held on to win the group. What the US did show in the closing minutes was American resolve. Two chances in the last minute nearly tied the game…but in the end, 1-0 was enough to move on to the round of 16. And a loss felt like a win.
Game 4: Belgium 2, US 1. Tim Howard elevated himself to Jim Graig status on the world stage. The only difference was the final result. If you don’t know Jim Graig, you’re probably pretty young and haven’t seen Miracle. Howard became a household name. Soccer folks around the world knew that Belgium might have won 5-0 if not for his effort. As it stood, after full time, the game was scoreless. As badly as things had gone through the first 90 minutes, there was more time to sneak a goal. Then things went worse through the first extra 15 minutes as the US trailed 2-0. I remember saying, “if we could just get a goal, at least we would make it interesting somehow.” And boy did they ever. Losing only after numerous chances to force the game to penalty kicks went awry.
In the end, no one knows how close the US is to winning the World Cup but i believe its fairly far off. This team wasn’t talented enough…even the coach said so before the tournament. Shoot – winning the thing is almost unthinkable with the advanced skill around the world. Pure talent, however – and this team showed it – is less a factor in this sport than any other i have watched. A single lightning strike can be the difference in winning and losing a given game. Winning the World Cup though requires much more than a single lightning strike. If we ever do win, it will be quite a party for sure. Unfortunately, for most folks, i think soccer is relegated to a once-every-four-years event in the US. There is a good chance the US won’t win in any of our lifetimes. We are lucky here that, for the most part, the best basketball, baseball, hockey, football, golf, tennis and lacrosse players play here. In soccer they don’t. Until there is real change in that statement, i think we are doomed to be eliminated. It was still a pretty entertaining ride – the fake injuries, dives, mysterious stoppage time, and knockout games being decided on penalty kicks notwithstanding.
Posted on 02 July 2014 by WNST Staff
ESPN’s telecast of Tuesday’s USA vs. Belgium FIFA World Cup match – a 2-1 U.S. loss in extra time – averaged a network record 9.6 overnight rating, making it the highest overnight rating for a World Cup match on ESPN or ESPN2, according to Nielsen. ESPN’s television coverage peaked from 5:45 – 6 p.m. ET with a 14.1 rating while WatchESPN peaked at 1,500,000 concurrent viewers.
ESPN’s coverage posted a five percent increase over a Saturday afternoon telecast of the United States’ loss to Ghana in the 2010 World Cup Round of 16 (a 9.1 rating on ABC). When including ABC, Tuesday’s telecast ranks behind the 1994 final and USA vs. Brazil round of 16 matches for largest metered market rating.
Including yesterday’s record audience, ESPN has posted its six highest metered market ratings for the men’s World Cup during the 2014 event.
The top-10 metered markets: New York (15.0), Hartford/New Haven (13.2), Washington, D.C., (12.8), Richmond (12.3), Boston (12.2), West Palm Beach (12.0), Baltimore (11.4), Cincinnati (11.4), San Diego (11.0), Columbus (10.8), Norfolk (10.8) and Orlando (10.8)
To date, the highest-rated markets on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC are: Washington DC (4.5), New York (4.2), San Francisco (3.9), Los Angeles (3.6), San Diego (3.5), Orlando (3.5), Hartford/New Haven (3.5), Miami/Fort Lauderdale (3.4), West Palm Beach (3.4), Richmond (3.3) and Boston (3.3).
Fast national ratings and viewership numbers are expected to be available this afternoon.
Quarterfinals Kick Off
ESPN’s month-long coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup will continue with the quarterfinals, beginning Friday, July 4, with France vs. Germany (11:30 a.m. ET, ESPN2) and Brazil vs. Colombia (3:30 p.m., ESPN), followed by two matches on Saturday, July 5: Argentina vs. Belgium (11:30 a.m., ABC) and Netherlands vs. Costa Rica, 3:30 p.m., ESPN). Each quarterfinal match will also be available on ESPN3, WatchESPN or WATCH ABC, and ESPN Radio.
Posted on 30 June 2014 by Glenn Clark
Honorable Mention: WNBA-Indiana Fever @ Washington Mystics (Wednesday 7pm from Verizon Center live on Comcast SportsNet/NBA TV); Golf: PGA Tour Greenbrier Classic (Thursday & Friday 3pm live on Golf Channel Saturday & Sunday 1pm live on Golf Channel 3pm live on CBS. All golf from White Sulphur Springs, WV); MLL: Chesapeake Bayhawks @ Ohio Machine (Friday 4pm from Columbus live on CBS Sports Network)
10. Ports America Chesapeake 4th of July Celebration (Friday 7pm Inner Harbor); 4th of July Parades (Friday various times Arbutus, Kingsville, Towson, Bel Air, Dundalk, Catonsville, Glyndon, etc.) Joan Rivers (Wednesday 7:30pm Sixth & I Historic Synagogue); “Tammy” out in theaters (Wednesday)
When you watch “The Sandlot” Friday, please tag me in your photos. You WILL watch “The Sandlot” Friday.
9. Beyonce & Jay-Z (Monday 8pm M&T Bank Stadium); Goo Goo Dolls/Daughtry (Saturday 6:45pm Jiffy Lube Live); Crosby, Stills & Nash (Thursday 8pm Wolf Trap), Counting Crows/Toad The Wet Sprocket (Saturday 7pm Wolf Trap); Neko Case (Tuesday 8pm Rams Head Live); Ed Sheeran (Tuesday 5pm Power Plant Live); Juicy J (Thursday 10pm Echostage); A Capitol Fourth feat. Frankie Valli, Phillip Phillips, Patti LaBelle, Michael McDonald, Jordin Sparks (Friday 8pm from US Capitol live on PBS); Old Crow Medicine Show “Remedy” available (Tuesday)
I mean, Beyonce could perform…OR…they could just show the “Partition” video on the screens at the stadium…
Speaking of Mrs. Carter, Ed Sheeran does a pretty solid Mrs. Carter.
Remember how good the Goo Goo Dolls used to be?
Almost as good as the Counting Crows.
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Posted on 27 June 2014 by WNST Staff
ESPN’s coverage of the United States’ 1-0 loss to Germany in the final day of the 2014 FIFA World Cup group play – Thursday, June 26, at noon ET – generated an average minute audience of more than 12 million people across ESPN’s television, digital and audio platforms.
ESPN Posts its Largest Audiences for Group Play Ever
Overall, ESPN has generated its largest viewership for the 48 opening round World Cup matches ever, averaging 3,540,000 viewers and 2.2 US HH rating for ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC telecasts combined. The 2014 averages also marks significant increases over ESPN’s opening round telecasts in 2010 and 2006: 46 percent and 109 percent (vs. 2,429,000 viewers in 2010 and 1,691,000 in 2006), and 38 percent and 83 percent (vs. 1.6 rating in 2010 and 1.2 in 2006), respectively.
In addition, ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC have posted significant audience increases in every key people and male demographic, highlighted by double-digit growth in the 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54 categories.
WatchESPN, ESPN.com and ESPNFC.Com Growth Over 2010
WatchESPN is averaging 737,000 unique viewers and 31,100,000 minutes watched through 48 World Cup matches for increases of 149 percent and 143 percent, respectively. Additional digital highlights:
New York led all markets for ESPN’s USA vs. Germany telecast with a 9.7 rating, followed by San Diego (8.6), Sacramento (8.3), Seattle/Tacoma (8.1), Orlando (8.1), Baltimore (8.1), Columbus (8.1), West Palm Beach (7.9), Providence (7.6), San Francisco (7.2) and Austin (7.2).
Overall, Washington, D.C., continues to lead all markets for matches on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC through the 48 Group Play matches with a 4.0 average rating, followed by New York (3.7), San Francisco (3.5), Orlando (3.1), Los Angeles (3.1), Hartford/New Haven (3.1), San Diego (3.0), West Palm Beach (2.9), Miami/Fort Lauderdale (2.9), Richmond (2.9), Atlanta (2.9), Boston (2.9) and Columbus (2.9).
Posted on 24 June 2014 by WNST Staff
Courtesy of Bovada, (www.Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaLV).
FIFA World Cup 2014 – Outright Winner
FIFA World Cup 2014 – Top Goalscorer
Clint Dempsey (USA) 66/1
FIFA World Cup 2014 – USA – Stage of Elimination
Group Stage 3/1
2nd Round 2/3
Quarter Finals 9/2
Semi Finals 16/1
Runners Up 50/1
***USA’s chances of advancing past the Group Stage is 1/5 or 80%
FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group G
Germany -140 (5/7)
Over/Under Goals 2 ½
FIFA World Cup 2014 – Group G – 1st Half Line
USA (1H) +475 (19/4)
Germany (1H) +140 (7/5)
Over/Under Goals 1
USA vs Germany – Correct Score
USA 1-0 12/1
USA 2-0 33/1
USA 2-1 20/1
USA 3-0 80/1
USA 3-1 50/1
USA 3-2 66/1
USA 4-0 200/1
USA 4-1 150/1
USA 4-2 150/1
USA 4-3 200/1
USA 5-0 250/1
Draw 0-0 6/1
Draw 1-1 4/1
Draw 2-2 10/1
Draw 3-3 50/1
Draw 4-4 200/1
Germany 1-0 13/2
Germany 2-0 7/1
Germany 2-1 8/1
Germany 3-0 12/1
Germany 3-1 12/1
Germany 3-2 25/1
Germany 4-0 25/1
Germany 4-1 25/1
Germany 4-2 50/1
Germany 4-3 100/1
Germany 5-0 50/1
USA vs Germany – Half Time / Full Time
USA / USA 10/1
USA / Draw 10/1
USA / Germany 20/1
Draw / USA 12/1
Draw / Draw 7/2
Draw / Germany 7/2
Germany / USA 50/1
Germany / Draw 10/1
Germany / Germany 3/2
USA vs Germany – Both Teams to Score
USA vs Germany – Winning Margin
USA to win by 1 goal
USA to win by 2 goals
USA to win by 3 goals
USA to win by 4 or more goals 200/1
Germany to win by 1 goal 3/1
Germany to win by 2 goals 7/2
Germany to win by 3 goals 13/2
Germany to win by 4 or more goals 9/1
USA vs Germany – Match Result & Both Teams To Score
USA & Yes 12/1
Germany & Yes 11/4
Draw & Yes 11/4
USA & No 11/1
Germany & No 7/4
Draw & No 8/1
USA vs Germany – To Win To Nil
USA vs Germany – To Win Both Halves
USA vs Germany – To Come From Behind and Win
USA vs Germany – Half Time Correct Score
USA 1-0 13/2
USA 2-0 40/1
USA 2-1 40/1
Draw 0-0 7/4
Draw 1-1 7/1
Draw 2-2 66/1
Germany 1-0 25/1
Germany 2-0 7/1
Germany 2-1 20/1
USA vs Germany – Total 1st Half Goals Over/Under 0.5 Goals
USA vs Germany – Highest Scoring Half
1st Half 9/4
2nd Half 1/1
USA vs Germany – Team to Score 1st
USA vs Germany – Team to Score Last
USA vs Germany – Time of 1st Goal
1-10 Mins 13/4
11-20 Mins 4/1
21-30 Mins 5/1
31-40 Mins 13/2
41-50 Mins 15/2
51-60 Mins 10/1
61-70 Mins 14/1
71-80 Mins 20/1
81 Mins – Full Time 20/1
No Goal 6/1
USA vs Germany – 1st 10 Minutes – Total Goals
USA vs Germany – 1st 10 Minutes – Match Result
USA vs Germany – Total Goals
0 or 1 13/5
2 or 3 5/6
USA vs Germany – USA Total Goals
No Goals 6/5
1 Goal 7/5
2 Goals 9/2
3 Goals 22/1
4 or More Goals 100/1
USA vs Germany – Germany Total Goals
No Goals 9/2
1 Goal 2/1
2 Goals 12/5
3 Goals 9/2
4 or More Goals 15/2
USA vs Germany – Will a Penalty Kick be Scored?
USA vs Germany – Will a Penalty Kick be Awarded?
USA vs Germany – Will a Penalty Kick be Missed?
USA vs Germany – Will an Own Goal be scored?
USA vs Germany – Method of 1st Goal
Open play shot inside the box 2/3
Open play shot outside the box 6/1
Direct from Free Kick
USA vs Germany Individual Goal Props
USA vs Germany – First Goalscorer
Miroslav Klose 4/1
Bastian Schweinsteiger 9/1
Chris Wondolowski 12/1
Christoph Kramer 16/1
Alejandro Bedoya 25/1
DaMarcus Beasley 25/1
Fabian Johnson 33/1
Jermaine Jones 33/1
Benedikt Howedes 33/1
Jerome Boateng 33/1
John Anthony Brooks 40/1
Timothy Chandler 50/1
DeAndre Yedlin 66/1
USA vs Germany – Anytime Goalscorer
Miroslav Klose 11/10
Chris Wondolowski 4/1
Bastian Schweinsteiger 4/1
Christoph Kramer 5/1
Alejandro Bedoya 8/1
DaMarcus Beasley 9/1
Mikkel Diskerud 10/1
Benedikt Howedes 10/1
Fabian Johnson 12/1
Jermaine Jones 12/1
Jerome Boateng 12/1
John Anthony Brooks 14/1
Timothy Chandler 14/1
DeAndre Yedlin 20/1
USA vs Germany – First USA Goalscorer
Chris Wondolowski 19/4
Alejandro Bedoya 15/2
DaMarcus Beasley 12/1
Mikkel Diskerud 12/1
Jermaine Jones 12/1
Fabian Johnson 18/1
John Anthony Brooks 18/1
Timothy Chandler 18/1
DeAndre Yedlin 25/1
USA vs Germany – First Germany Goalscorer
Miroslav Klose 21/10
Bastian Schweinsteiger 8/1
Christoph Kramer 12/1
Benedikt Howedes 22/1
Jerome Boateng 25/1
USA vs Germany – Scorecast (Player to score first and exact score)
Clint Dempsey & USA 1-0 66/1
Clint Dempsey & USA 2-0 150/1
Clint Dempsey & USA 2-1 80/1
Clint Dempsey & USA 3-0 350/1
Clint Dempsey & USA 3-1 250/1
Clint Dempsey & Draw 1-1 22/1
Clint Dempsey & Draw 2-2 50/1
Clint Dempsey & Germany 2-1 40/1
Aron Johannsson & USA 1-0 110/1
Aron Johannsson & USA 2-0 250/1
Aron Johannsson & USA 2-1 125/1
Aron Johannsson & USA 3-0 500/1
Aron Johannsson & USA 3-1 450/1
Aron Johannsson & Draw 1-1 40/1
Aron Johannsson & Draw 2-2 90/1
Aron Johannsson & Germany 2-1 66/1
Chris Wondolowski & USA 1-0 75/1
Chris Wondolowski & USA 2-0 175/1
Chris Wondolowski & USA 2-1 90/1
Chris Wondolowski & USA 3-0 400/1
Chris Wondolowski & USA 3-1 300/1
Chris Wondolowski & Draw 1-1 28/1
Chris Wondolowski & Draw 2-2 55/1
Chris Wondolowski & Germany 2-1 45/1
Michael Bradley & USA 1-0 175/1
Michael Bradley & USA 2-0 375/1
Michael Bradley & USA 2-1 200/1
Michael Bradley & USA 3-0 750/1
Michael Bradley & USA 3-1 500/1
Michael Bradley & Draw 1-1 55/1
Michael Bradley & Draw 2-2 125/1
Michael Bradley & Germany 2-1 100/1
Thomas Muller & Germany 1-0 25/1
Thomas Muller & Germany 2-0 28/1
Thomas Muller & Germany 2-1 33/1
Thomas Muller & Germany 3-0 55/1
Thomas Muller & Germany 3-1 55/1
Thomas Muller & Draw 1-1 18/1
Thomas Muller & Draw 2-2 40/1
Thomas Muller & USA 2-1 55/1
Miroslav Klose & Germany 1-0 28/1
Miroslav Klose & Germany 2-0 35/1
Miroslav Klose & Germany 2-1 40/1
Miroslav Klose & Germany 3-0 66/1
Miroslav Klose & Germany 3-1 66/1
Miroslav Klose & Draw 1-1 22/1
Miroslav Klose & Draw 2-2 45/1
Miroslav Klose & USA 2-1 75/1
Mario Gotze & Germany 1-0 33/1
Mario Gotze & Germany 2-0 40/1
Mario Gotze & Germany 2-1 40/1
Mario Gotze & Germany 3-0 66/1
Mario Gotze & Germany 3-1 66/1
Mario Gotze & Draw 1-1 25/1
Mario Gotze & Draw 2-2 50/1
Mario Gotze & USA 2-1 80/1
Andre Schurrle & Germany 1-0 33/1
Andre Schurrle & Germany 2-0 40/1
Andre Schurrle & Germany 2-1 45/1
Andre Schurrle & Germany 3-0 75/1
Andre Schurrle & Germany 3-1 75/1
Andre Schurrle & Draw 1-1 25/1
Andre Schurrle & Draw 2-2 55/1
Andre Schurrle & USA 2-1 90/1
Miscellaneous Player Props
USA vs Germany – Player To Be Shown a Card
Timothy Chandler 5/4
Jerome Boateng 9/5
DaMarcus Beasley 2/1
Fabian Johnson 2/1
John Anthony Brooks 2/1
DeAndre Yedlin 2/1
Bastian Schweinsteiger 2/1
Jermaine Jones 5/2
Benedikt Howedes 5/2
Alejandro Bedoya 11/4
Chris Wondolowski 7/2
Christoph Kramer 4/1
Miroslav Klose 13/2
TIGER WOODS PROPS
Odds To Win The Open Championship 2014 – Hoylake, Royal Liverpool (British Open)
Tiger Woods 7/1
Odds To Win USPGA Championship 2014 – Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, Kentucky
Tiger Woods 7/1
Quicken Loans National – Outright Winner
Tiger Woods 16/1
Quicken Loans National – 1st Round Leader
Tiger Woods 18/1
Quicken Loans National – Top 5 Finish
Tiger Woods 5/2
Quicken Loans National – Will Tiger Woods Finish in The Top 10?
Quicken Loans National – Will Tiger Woods Finish in The Top 20?
Quicken Loans National – Tournament H2H Matches
Tiger Woods EVEN (1/1)
Jordan Spieth -130 (10/13)
Quicken Loans National – Will Tiger Woods Shoot a Hole In One?
Quicken Loans National – Will Tiger Woods Make The Cut?
Quicken Loans National – Outright Winner
Jason Day 12/1
Justin Rose 12/1
Jordan Spieth 14/1
Tiger Woods 16/1
Brandt Snedeker 22/1
Keegan Bradley 25/1
Brendon Todd 28/1
Webb Simpson 28/1
Bill Haas 30/1
Jason Dufner 33/1
K.J. Choi 33/1
Hunter Mahan 35/1
Billy Horschel 40/1
Gary Woodland 40/1
Marc Leishman 40/1
Brendon De Jonge 50/1
Carl Pettersson 50/1
Charley Hoffman 50/1
J.B. Holmes 50/1
Nick Watney 50/1
Ryan Palmer 50/1
Aaron Baddeley 55/1
Ben Martin 66/1
Bo Van Pelt 66/1
Brendan Steele 66/1
Charles Howell III 66/1
Fredrik Jacobson 66/1
Brian Harman 70/1
Ernie Els 80/1
Kevin Chappell 80/1
Matt Every 80/1
Posted on 24 June 2014 by Glenn Clark
Honorable Mention: Legends Football League-Atlanta Steam @ Baltimore Charm (Saturday 8pm Baltimore Arena); WNBA: Connecticut Sun @ Washington Mystics (Friday 7pm Verizon Center), San Antonio Silver Stars @ Washington Mystics (Sunday 4pm Verizon Center); MLL: Chesapeake Bayhawks @ Florida Launch (Saturday 7pm from Boca Raton, FL live on YouTube); Boxing: Tori Nelson vs. Nicole Williams (Saturday 6pm Du Burns Arena); Auto Racing: NASCAR Quaker State 400 (Saturday 7:30pm from Sparta, KY live on TNT); Mixed Martial Arts: UFC Fight Night Nate Marquardt vs. James Te Huna (Saturday 5am from Auckland, New Zealand live on UFC Fight Pass), UFC Fight Night Cub Swanson vs. Jeremy Stephens (Saturday 10pm from San Antonio live on Fox Sports 1)
10. Great American Backyard Campout (Saturday 6pm Oregon Ridge); “Transformers: Age of Extinction“, “Snowpiercer” and “They Came Together” out in theaters (Friday); “300: Rise of an Empire” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)
None of this means much of anything for me-so instead I’ll post this new photo of Sofia Vergara that came out Monday. You can thank me later.
9. Thank You Festival feat. Tiesto (Thursday 4pm Merriweather Post Pavilion); Katy Perry (Tuesday & Wednesday 7pm Verizon Center); OneRepublic/The Script (Friday 7pm Jiffy Luve Live), Toby Keith (Saturday 7pm Jiffy Lube Live), Avicii (Sunday 7pm Jiffy Lube Live); Ben Folds (Wednesday 8:15pm Wolf Trap); Ballyhoo! (Friday 8pm Power Plant Live); Say Anything (Wednesday 7:30pm Rams Head Live), Drive-By Truckers (Thursday 8pm Rams Head Live); Diana Ross (Saturday 8pm Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric); Dr. John (Tuesday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Air Supply (Friday 8pm Rams Head Center Stage); Primus (Sunday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Lake Street Dive (Tuesday 7pm 9:30 Club); Jamestown Revival (Sunday 8:30pm Gypsy Sally’s); Rebirth Brass Band (Sunday 2pm DC Jazz Festival); Ed Sheeran “X”, Phish “Fuego” and Clutch “Earth Rocker Deluxe” available (Tuesday)
I’m including Katy Perry this week. Let’s just go ahead and move on so we don’t have to talk about it any further.
Say hello to Kevin Van Valkenburg at the Truckers’ show.
Lake Street Dive is rather enjoyable.
Someday I’ll be coming home…to see Jamestown Revival.
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