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Casual Links: Georgetown Gear Gets Serious, Hoyas Eye Big Man, USA Beats Mexico and Bruce Rocks Fenway...Again

Happy Thursday, everybody! As always, enjoy the damn links.


Georgetown Online Team Store Partners with TeamFanShop -
The new official online store of the Georgetown University Department of Athletics is now open to all fans, students and alumni. Georgetown Athletics partnered with TeamFanShop, a leader in e-commerce solutions and business division of Fanatics, Inc., to bring a complete team product line that includes hundreds of officially licensed sports apparel and gear

Top-50 big man Khadeem Lattin has decisions to make - CBSSports
Baylor , Arizona, Georgetown and the Texas schools are showing the most interest in Lattin.

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Tim Howard, Michael Orozco Fiscal, U.S. beat Mexico - Grant Wahl -
MEXICO CITY -- On the night the U.S. made history, goalkeeper Tim Howard walked slowly up the tunnel of the Estadio Azteca, one of the most famous stadiums in sports and a house of horrors for U.S. Soccer from the time it was built more than 40 years ago.

Natalie Butler, Lake Braddock center, commits to Georgetown - Recruiting Insider - The Washington Post
Lake Braddock center Natalie Butler, who developed into one of the area’s top centers in her junior season, committed to Georgetown.

Springsteen sweeps the series at Fenway - Extra Bases - Red Sox blog
Here's what was remarkable: Over the two nights, Bruce did 45 different songs. Only 12 songs repeated from Tuesday (29 songs) to Wednesday (30 songs).

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August 15 / Fenway Park / Boston, MA
Notes: A grand slam home run. Springsteen was a man on a mission: a mission to surprise, to connect, to bring the European leg energy back home, to galvanize the crowd and create the kind of summertime house party worthy of this storied venue. Night one at Fenway was just batting practice compared to this stratospheric performance, and you could feel it from the very start... Complete notes to come.

Thunder Road (Bruce & Roy)
Hungry Heart
Sherry Darling
Summertime Blues
Girls in Their Summer Clothes
We Take Care of Our Own
Two Hearts
Wrecking Ball
Death to My Hometown
My City of Ruins
Knock on Wood
Does This Bus Stop at 82nd Street?
Prove It All Night ('78 intro)
Darkness on the Edge of Town
Working on the Highway
Shackled and Drawn
Waitin' on a Sunny Day
Backstreets (with Dream Baby Dream interlude)
Land of Hope and Dreams
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Who'll Stop the Rain (acoustic)
Rocky Ground
Born to Run
Detroit Medley
Dancing in the Dark
Quarter to Three
Tenth Avenue Freeze-out
American Land (with Ken Casey)