Karyn Thrush

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It's an exciting time to be a soccer fan in America

Yes, some of NBC's marketing efforts are a bit broad, but there's more soccer on television than ever before and that is not a bad thing.<p>There's been a lot of righteous anger of what is being seen as the dumbing-down of the English Premier League for American audiences now that NBC Sports is ready …

Bayern Munich v Chelsea: Jose Mourinho stumped by Pep Guardiola's genius

Jose Mourinho is accustomed to being in control, used to being the smartest man in any room and almost always has the final word. Except, it seems, when Pep Guardiola is in the vicinity.<p>Ahead of the renewal of one of the most compelling and bitter managerial rivalries in football history, it was …

Jose Mourinho teaches David Moyes a life lesson

Manchester United's new manager would do well to heed the example of his Chelsea rival who is older, wiser and hugely enjoying his new career 'project'<p>‘Project’ has become the nebulous buzzword of choice for football managers in recent seasons but Jose Mourinho has his own spin on it.<p>“It is my own …

West Bromwich Albion v Burnley Live Commentary & Result, 9/28/14, Premier League

Jack Wilshere Injury: Updates on Arsenal Star's Ankle and Return

<b>Updates from Sunday, Oct. 5</b><p>Arsenal announced Jack Wilshere's availability for today's match:<p><b>Updates from Wednesday, Oct. 1</b><p>Jack Wilshere has been named to the substitutes bench for Arsenal's Champions League fixture with Galatasaray:<p><b>Updates from Tuesday, Sept. 30</b><p>Jack Wilshere's availability for …

Video: Paralyzed Rats Walk Again, Now Farther Than Ever

Scientists found that fluctuating the electrical signal to the rodents' paralyzed legs can make them step higher and walk for longer.<p>Like a severed telephone line (from back in the days when phones had wires), a spinal cord injury can cut off communication between the brain and the rest of the body …