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FIFA and Terps

For entertainment purposes only, not to be taken seriously: The new FIFA rankings were released today. USA and Mexico are in a tight race! (for 24th place).

On the college scene, Maryland won its ninth straight game today, edging UNC for the second time in six days, this time by a 1-0 score on Jeremy Hall's 12th goal of the year to advance to the ACC semifinals in Cary, N.C.

By Steve Goff  |  November 12, 2008; 3:37 PM ET
Categories:  College Soccer , FIFA  
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Comments

Why aren't we ranked higher? I think we should be in the 10-15 range? Hey Goff any more news on DCU moving to PG County?

Posted by: TheJim1 | November 12, 2008 4:12 PM | Report abuse

Go Terps!

Posted by: Colm1 | November 12, 2008 4:15 PM | Report abuse

Goff! Any news about Obama single handedly bringing the World Cup back to the US in 2018?!!!

Posted by: DadRyan | November 12, 2008 4:25 PM | Report abuse

Hey Goff, can DC put a discovery claim on Cuedo, 22, a Argentinian GK, who wants move to MLS, or does he have to go the allocation process?

Posted by: TheJim1 | November 12, 2008 4:39 PM | Report abuse

The top 15 of the rankings seem relatively sane, except for #15, which is Israel. That seems somewhat unlikely to me.

Posted by: edgeonyou | November 12, 2008 4:47 PM | Report abuse

Oh goody. Another young, unproven Latin American goalie who thinks the grass is greener up north...

Posted by: fischy | November 12, 2008 6:19 PM | Report abuse

@Jim1 -- Any links? Googling brings up nothing.

Posted by: fischy | November 12, 2008 7:09 PM | Report abuse

In the ACC tourney, all the higher seeds won in the first 5 games!

Posted by: fonkyou | November 12, 2008 11:15 PM | Report abuse

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