Monday, March 14, 2011

Blog Outsourcing - 3/14/11

Greetings! Welcome to the latest edition of The Victory Formation.

I am sure everyone was surprised with what transpired on this end of the Pacific. If you were living under a rock, Japan just experienced their worst earthquake in centuries. I did not really feel it, but it surely affected my work as apparently, we rely on undersea cables that are routed to the US via Japan, thus rending my Friday as unproductive due to the quake. You have probably seen the different images and videos of the carnage brought about by the earthquake and the tsunami that followed. A very jarring thought, indeed.

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Meanwhile, Philippine Football will be facing off against Mongolia for their 2nd leg of the AFC Challenge Cup on March 15, 12nn local time. To prepare for the frozen tundra, (Because after all, we are a tropical paradise) they trained in Japan. So, they were in the area where the quake happened. Fortunately, they are all fine and are already in Mongolia to train for the big game. I'm already plotting whether to go watch the game in a bar with fellow football fans.

Hereforth are the links: (Don't expect bracket talk because it is assumed we will discuss this later on today.

Who knew that the Ivy League could have produced a fantastic finish like this? (c/o Quickish)

England is one win away from beating everyone. (c/o London Telegraph)

There can be only one overlord in the MMA scene. (c/o FightHype)

Sergio Martinez is a P4P playa. (c/o Queensberry Rules)

End of an era for Ricardo Mayorga (c/o Round 1).

MLS to start this week. This is the Eastern Conference (c/o Goal USA) and the Western Conference (c/o CBC) preview.

Now we know who will be going to Wembley for the FA Cup: Manchester United (c/o will face Manchester City (c/o Daily Mail) on one side. The other will have Bolton (c/o Guardian) against Stoke (c/o Yahoo!).

Nick Watney survives Doral. (c/o Waggle Room)

At Arkansas, good is not good enough. (c/o Sporting News)

Utah looking for a fresh start in the Pac-12. (c/o Daily Utah Chronicle)

Apparently the offensive malaise is in the state of Wisconsin has spread to the pros. (c/o BrewHoop)

Chitown in the White House. (c/o Los Angeles Times)

Because they were here in the Motherland recently, this song is in tribute.

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