(PRWEB) October 10, 2013
Rivalries between sports teams are one of the most exciting aspects in sports, for the players, coaches, and most of all the fans. It is an intense competition that may go on for years and years, and its effect can be felt all across the country, or even the world. Tickets to some of the nation’s most fierce competition can sell out fast, but at http://www.Ticketmonster.com, fans can always find that perfect seat.
There has always been, and will always be those rivalries that never die. For example, the Yankees-Red Sox, Army-Navy, or the Celtics-Lakers rivalries everyone knows about, and although they will never get old for fans of those specific teams, may be insignificant to others. Good thing new rivalries are appearing all the time, and although new, are here to stay. Let’s review.
Seahawks vs. 49ers: It began as a feud between coaches, but has slowly but surely caught up to the teams. Coaches Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll’s rivalry dates back to when the two coached against each other in the Big 10, and they have brought that heat into the NFL. A game hardly anyone in the country noticed just a few years ago is now one of the most exciting in the league. The 49ers took the cake in 2012 and found themselves a trip to the 2013 Super Bowl. However, in game 1 against each other this season, the Seahawks had an impressive 29-3 win.
Alabama vs. Texas A&M: Although the two teams have only played 6 times in school history, and some may hardly call that a rivalry, it is but the latest in college football. Alabama’s usual rivalry game is against their fellow state school Auburn, but lately that fire has just died. Last season, Texas A&M was the first and only to beat Alabama, and they almost did it again this year. The Aggies have made so much of an impact, that this is now the game to watch in college football.
Vancouver Canucks vs LA Kings: Even the least interested hockey fans may know this rivalry is hot and growing, and may be one of the most heated in the NHL. These two teams have split their postseason series in the past four years, and the players themselves do not even try to hide the fact that they do not like each other. To further the rivalry, in 2012 the LA Kings, who were the underdogs, beat the Canucks 4-1 in the series and spoiled the team’s dreams of going to the Stanley Cup.
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