June 16, 2014
The dubiousness of Big Data's soccer predictions
A Tale of Two Argentinas: What the Bosnia Game Taught Us About the Team's Conflicting Approaches
A sloppy win shows the bitter divisions within Argentinian football
For day three of his photo diary, Matthew Niederhauser travels to Manaus, the home of the much-reviled Arena de Amazonia
Your moral barometer is greatly affected by the language you're speaking.
The zany pyrotechnics of the Univisión team could easily beat any David Foster Wallace paragraph in stylistic intensity
He isn't being realistic, he's being a killjoy.
Who will take the W? Our predictions.
June 15, 2014
Before Jurgen Klinsmann Found Aron Johannsson In Iceland, Johannsson Found His Game in Florida
And now the striker might just wind up the USMNT's most valuable new import.
The Matches Have Been Excellent So Far. But Could FIFA's Corruption Make This the Last World Cup?
By awarding the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar, Sepp Blatter and his enablers may have marked the end of an era.