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Last night the SEC won another College World Series as Vanderbiilt topped Virginia 3-2 in, really, what was one helluva finale. The game winner for Vanderbilt came on a home run by John Norwood in the eighth inning, made more iconic by there being so few home runs during the entire CWS and that it was Vandy's first home run in over a month.

And today the USA takes on Germany to see if they can advance to the knock-out stage.

VANDERBILT TOPS VIRGINIA ON NORWOOD'S HOMER, WINS COLLEGE WORLD SERIES 3-2 - Anchor Of Gold
John Norwood picked the right time to hit Vanderbilt's first home run of the College World Series. Norwood's eighth inning dinger was the deciding run to deliver an NCAA Championship for Tim Corbin and the Commodores.

Dansby Swanson Named College World Series Most Outstanding Player - Anchor Of Gold
Dansby Swanson is made of magic. He batted an astounding .323 in TD Ameritrade Park's pitcher-friendly confines to lead the Commodores past Virginia and to their first-ever NCAA Baseball Championship.

College World Series 2014: Vanderbilt Commodores Win Baseball National Title, Defeat Virginia Cavaliers 3-2 - Team Speed Kills
After an at-times unnerving win in the College World Series finale, Vanderbilt finally ended years of being a punchline

Sports Bar and Grill
Fabulous upbeat sports bar and grill located within walking distance of the UNL stadium in prime location in Lincoln, Nebraska. Totally updated with lease hold improvements over $100K.

SMU to begin beer sales at fall football games
Because, I guess, why not?

NCAA/O'Bannon Trial

NCAA expert: If there's demand to pay players, NAIA could do it - CBSSports.com
At Day 13 of Ed O'Bannon trial, NCAA argues that under antitrust analysis other college associations could fill in the gap from NCAA's alleged restrictions.

NCAA expert: 69 percent of public opposes paying college players - CBSSports.com
But what does that number mean? How survey questions get asked is a focus of the Ed O'Bannon names, images and likeness trial on Wednesday.

O'Bannon v. NCAA trial: Do Division I schools make or lose money on sports? - College Football - SI.com

OAKLAND, Calif.  -- The last week of the O'Bannon v. NCAA trial began with a debate over math: Do Division I colleges make or lose money on sports? Answering this seemingly straightforward question proved impossible during Monday's hearing. Two witnesses for the NCAA, NCAA research director Todd Petr and Conference USA commissioner Britton Banowsky, testified. Both sparred with O'Bannon's attorneys over how revenue should be defined.

Sorry, Mark Emmert, there's nothing minor about the minor leagues - SBNation.com
On the witness stand in the O'Bannon case, NCAA president Mark Emmert says minor leagues in the United States aren't successful or supported by fans. Forty-one million people disagree.

World Cup

The World Cup Flopping Ranking - WSJ
One of the most common complaints during this otherwise splendid World Cup is the amount of time players spend embellishing injuries.

SB Nation's 2014 World Cup Bracket
All pretty, with groups and points and everything.

United States vs. Germany, 2014 World Cup preview: A draw will do for both sides - SBNation.com

A draw in the United States' meeting with Germany on Thursday would be enough for both sides to progress into the World Cup's knockout stages.

Every possible USA outcome in one Group G elimination graphic - SBNation.com

One of these things will happen on Thursday.

Jurgen Klinsmann wrote you a permission slip to skip work for USA-Germany - SBNation.com

Now we just need to forge your boss' signature.

USMNT vs Germany World Cup Preview | Brazil Bound - SBNation.com

The USMNT finish Group G against European powerhouse Germany. What lineup do Jesse Marsch and Matt Doyle expect? How will Jurgen Klinsmann change his tactics? And who do the experts pick to advance?