USA Swimming announced that it would suspend Michael Phelps from its organization’s events for six months following his second DUI arrest on Sept. 30.
Dan Levy, the national lead writer for BleacherReport.com, joins Scott and Travis on the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the aftermath of U.S. soccer’s loss in the World Cup.
Belgium defeated the U.S. 2-1 in full time and deflated the American hype and furor around our new favorite sport-of-the-moment. Although we won’t see the USMNT contend for the title, good times and camaraderie were had by all.
A heartbreaking loss for USA Soccer. The team was eliminated from the World Cup in a drama-filled match that went into overtime. All of Maryland was glued to the game.
The American astronauts aboard the International Space Station, including Baltimore County’s Reid Wiseman, lose a bet and then lose their hair.
USA stays alive in the World Cup. Even with a loss to Germany, the team advances to the next round. Marylanders flock to Downtown Baltimore to cheer on the red, white and blue.
Billions of people around the world are watching the 2014 World Cup. And with the United States hanging onto a chance to advance to the second round, Marylanders are tuning in to watch. That has business at area bars booming.
With the U.S. and Portugal set to square off on Sunday at 6pm ET, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Group G has been called the group of death by many because and it’s starting to live up to it’s nickname.
The United States broke out the big guns in hopes of taking down the favored Australians in the 4×100-meter freestyle relay Sunday night. Michael Phelps was swimming for the Americans. So was Ryan Lochte.