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January 16, 2010

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George, this is one reason some of us prefer watching soccer games ... especially those of us who no longer have Steeler football to watch :-(

Yeah, the two games do offer different experiences for the fans, Jeff.

As for football broadcasts, I usually skip the first part and tune in for the last 10 or 15 minutes of a game. If the score is close then it might be worthwhile to watch the end. If the outcome has already been determined then I figure I didn't miss much. After all, the highlights will get re-shown.

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