Saturday Morning Blogroll: Tag, You’re It

As you must have noticed by now, WordPress has treated us to a riff on tags that’s a ton of fun and well worth looking at. You can read more about it here, if you haven’t already. And so, today, we’re going to play tag.

I began by looking at a couple of tags on subjects I guessed would be of interest to a lot of us. In the end, one was the obvious choice. It’s the thing that’s more important than anything else this weekend and no, I’m not talking about North Korea, Gaza or the elections in Mexico.

You got it. I’m talking about World Cup. Football. Futbol. Fussball. Not soccer.

Looking at the World Cup tags, a clear favorite emerged, limited somewhat by the fact that the only language I speak is English. (she hangs her head in shame.)

So check this guy out. He’s English, and he loves football so much that even though his blog began as a way to pay homage to the University of Southern California Trojans, the quintessential American college football team, he was drawn to world cup blogging, like a moth to a flame. No, make that a football fan to a pub.

And for people who aren’t major world cup fans, here’s a delicious alternative — an Australian couple who are cooking in sync with World Cup teams. I liked The World Cup and Plate a lot.

So — Tag, you’re it. Tell us about your favorite tags and the blogs that go along with them. (As long as it’s not in the middle of the match!)

And whether you are rooting for France or for Italia, enjoy the game!

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2 Responses to “Saturday Morning Blogroll: Tag, You’re It”


  1. 1 dctrojan 10 July, 2006 at 10:47 pm

    Thanks for the shout-out, although I can’t take sole credit as my brother has been blogging along with me…

  2. 2 bloglily 11 July, 2006 at 5:54 am

    That’s fabulous! There’s nothing like cooperation among brothers to warm the hearts of Saturday Morning Blogroll. Here’s a question for you, Mr. Football — what on earth got to Zidane? And, really, the loss can’t be entirely placed at his feet, can it? Or can it?  Wait a minute, I just went over to your blog — all of this is beautifully answered over there.


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