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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Sport Sunday

Sport Sunday

In Six Nations Rugby, Scotland will travel to France.  The game will be played at the Stade de France, Saint-Denis Scotland has not won for 18 years in France, a losing streak longer than the lives of a few of the players.  Hamish Watson cannot even remember Scotland's last win in Paris - but he would love to surpass the country's history boys.  The Scots have not triumphed on French soil since Jim Telfer's side claimed the last ever Five Nations title 18 years ago.  Watson  said: "I'm expecting good things from the Stade de France. I've never played there but have heard it's a great place to play. We obviously haven't won there for a long time but that is what we are concentrating on now."

In Bundesliga Soccer this afternoon, SC Freiburg will play FC Cologne.  A few teams in the Bundesliga are fighting for their 1st tier rankings, hoping to avoid relegation to the second level.  In Italy, February Soccer is almost a daily occurrence, with games being played these weeks on Mondays, Tuesdays, and all three days of the weekend.  Seven games will be played today in Serie A. 

In Premier League Soccer, Brunley travesl to Chelsea.   Burnley have been brilliant at home while terrible away, and this is where that pattern starts to hurt them. With 29 points, they are probably going to stay up. But they only have six home games left from 14 and three of their next four matches at Turf Moor are ominous for them, against Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United.

In NCAA Basketball, the #1 Gonzaga Bulldogs travel to Moraga, California, to be hosted by the St. Mary's Gaels, who are also having a very good season.  While Gonzaga may well prevail, this should be a hard fought contest. 

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