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Eric Buschbacher Explains Why Soccer is Popular Worldwide
No other sport matches the worldwide hype for soccer, Eric Buschbacher shares why it has become a global game.   Soccer reaches to every corner of the planet and can be found in both rich and poor areas alike. The FIFA World Cup, held every four years, is the most-watched sporting event in the world, with more than half of the human population tuning in. World Cup enthusiast, Eric Buschbacher, believes that soccer is more than just a sport, but a universal language across all cultures that is to be celebrated. Soccer breaks barriers and unites hundreds of millions of people, no matter their background or beliefs. Cheering for your soccer team becomes the ultimate symbol of patriotism and pride for your home country. Eric Buschbacher explains that to many, their soccer team represents the people of their country and the passion they have for their culture. During a game, the crowd is decked out in patriotic gear to encourage the p…
Eric Buschbacher Highlights Concerns Surrounding 2022 World CupQatar is set to host the 2022 World Cup Games¸ concerning many, according to Eric Buschbacher. The 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup is set to begin on Monday, November 21st, 2022. Many fans worldwide are criticizing the decision for the football games to be held in the Middle Eastern country of Qatar after concerns, controversies, and allegations surfaced.  Eric Buschbacher notes that even some FIFA members feel it was a mistake to award Qatar the opportunity to host the tournaments, yet, plans push forward.  To avoid the unbearably hot summers of Qatar, the 2022 World Cup Games will take place in winter, competing with the European domestic football calendar. Although other teams have had to adjust schedules or sacrifice players for the traditional summer world cup, Eric Buschbacher notes that most players in the tournament come from Europe.  Additionally, Qatar won a bid to host a summer tournament meant to take place fr…
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Eric Buschbacher Identifies the Giant’s Weaknesses to Address for 2020As the NFL season nears its close, avid Giant’s fan Eric Buschbacher analyzes the team’s performance. Four games are remaining in the NFL season, and the New York Giants sit at 2-10. With last week’s loss to the Green Bay Packers, the Giants are officially eliminated from the NFL playoff contention. Eric Buschbacher wrote off the Giant’s playoff chances after their week eight loss to the Detroit Lions. After falling to 2-6, the team’s playoff chances were slim at best. No team in the NFL during the Super Bowl has started 2-6 and made the playoffs. With the season already over after eight games (half the season), Eric Buschbacher is looking forward to the 2020 NFL draft. The Giants have many gaping holes in their roster that need to be addressed to build a better team for 2020. They will have $61 million in salary cap for next year, currently eighth-most cap space in the NFL as of now. They can create more room for …
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Eric Buschbacher on How Travel Effects Professional NBA Athletes
It may be possible to combat jet-lag by improving player schedules, according to Eric Buschbacher. Professional sports players have demanding schedules that require frequent travel across the country. The NBA has an 82-game season, not including playoffs. Other sports have even lengthier seasons like the MLB, which has 162 games in a regular season. No matter which sport, there’s no question that the demands of traveling play a toll on both the players and their performance. In basketball, however, that strain is amplified. Avid sports fan, Eric Buschbacher, notes that even the most talented NBA players sometimes fall short when faced with challenging schedules. NBA teams travel across all four time zones and play an average of three games per week. Western Conference teams seem to have the upper hand. Statistics show that Eastern Conference teams traveling west have more difficulty winning evening games. The body’s natural…
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Eric Buschbacher Lists Top Players in New York Knicks History
Eric Buschbacher goes over top players from the Knicks 73 year sports franchise. The New York Knicks are one of the most popular basketball teams in the country, producing 96 All-Star selections. Additionally, the Knicks have made it to the playoffs 42 times, winning two championships. Eric Buschbacher, avid Knicks fan, lists the most legendary Knicks players throughout history. 1. Walt Frazier Also known as Clyde, Walt Frazier was a superstar on defense, making seven All-Defensive First teams. He was tough and quick with his hands, always stepping up under pressure. He is the leader in assists and comes in second place for points and eighth in rebounds. Eric Buschbacher notes that Frazier is mainly responsible for one of the best games ever played in the history of the NBA Finals. Frazier scored 36 points, 19 assists, seven rebounds, and four steals. 2. Patrick Ewing The last time the Knicks were in the running for the cha…
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Eric Buschbacher, Successful College Graduate from St. John’s, Talks BusinessRecent Business Management graduate, Eric Buschbacher, talks about St. John’s New York campus. St. John’s Catholic and Vincentian University was founded in 1870, bringing a rich history and a reputation for success. It was originally built in Brooklyn, NY to provide students from within the city an opportunity to receive an excellent academic education and opened its doors to a class of 47 students and six faculty members. In 1950, the school relocated to a residential area within Queens, with a beautiful sprawling campus consisting of 110 acres. Today the university also has campuses in Staten Island, Manhattan and Long Island and enrolls over 21,000 students representing 48 different states and 47 nations. It also has international locations in Paris, Rome and Limerick. It is not only known for its world-class curriculum but also its sports and diversity. Eric Buschbacher lists the top features of St. John…