World Cup watching the watchers

Les Etas Unis gagne, L’Algerie perd.  54 seconds.

Per ESPN, “1.1 million people watched at least some of the USA’s 1-0 win as it was streamed on Wednesday. The match, which was also watched on ESPN by 6.2 million people, lasted from 10 a.m. to noon ET, during working hours for most of the United States.”


Le Mexique gagne, La France perd. 35 seconds.

Daehanminguk!  Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap.  Hwaiting!

Denmark falls under Japan.


Oh, and there’s that little thing called Wimbledon and UGA alum John Isner taking home the glory of victory.

6 thoughts on “World Cup watching the watchers

    1. sittingpugs Post author

      I never said I love futbol. =[P I actually prefer watching basketball game-play, even though the televised aesthetic as a whole is somewhat of a turn-off.

  1. kevmoore

    Japan were scarily good yesterday…..

    Also, one of the English commentators said, after Donovan’s clincher in their final group match:

    “If America doesn’t fall in love with soccer now, they never will.”

    (Of course he called it by its proper name, football) 😉


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