Sating your expansive fandom requires endless hunting for targeted, up-to-the-minute news on your favorite teams, a time-consuming process also known as your "job". Streamline your sportsumption, with SportsFanLive
From a former Head of Yahoo(!) Sports Entertainment, SFL's a one-stop provider of in-depth news feeds for any team/player/fantasy-player you choose, so you'll never miss a mini-camp squabble or season-ending Guitar Hero injury again. Coverage includes the major 4 sports, NCAA football and basketball, and NASCAR (which'll soon be ousting hockey out of "Major"); the 4,000 news sources include nationals like AP, ESPN, FOX Sports, AOL Sports, MLB.com, etc., as well as local and college papers, and, in the case of NCAA Women's Basketball, women's basketball players' moms. The result's that Cincinnatians anywhere simultaneously get Bengals training camp updates from the Post and news of Dusty Baker's senile optimism from the Dayton Daily, while UConn fans'll be incensed by the AP's report that "Calhoun Spends Summer Fighting Cancer" and not out finding the next Khalid El-Amin
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