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The Daily Dirt: Barcelona domination highlights Champions League action

Barca is good.

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Barcelona is too good. A few days after dismantling Real Madrid in a 4-0 El Clasico win, Barca demolished Roma in Champions League play, wrapping up the top spot in Group E with a 6-1 victory. The game featured goals like this totally unfair volley from Luis Suarez:

And Lionel Messi is back from injury, allowing Barcelona to create ridiculous buildups that are basically impossible to stop:

The rest of Europe will have to step up its game if there's any chance of stopping Barca from running away with this year's Champions League title.

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Leading your club to the Supporters' Shield is a good way to win Coach of the Year honors.

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It's time for Abby Wambach's final ride. The USWNT will play both Trinidad & Tobago and China PR twice, making stops in Honolulu, San Antonio, Glendale, and New Orleans.

What's happening in The A?

A big night from Thabo Sefolosha helped the Hawks to a lopsided win over the Boston Celtics Tuesday. Atlanta returns to action Wednesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Despite their poor play in recent weeks, the Falcons are slight favorites over the Minnesota Vikings this week.