Rafael Nadal made quick work of his countryman David Ferrer in straight sets to win a record eighth French Open title. He improved to an ungodly 59-1 in the tournament and can call himself the King of Clay with complete immunity should he feel so inclined. His biggest challenge in the 2 hour, 16 minute match turned out to be sidestepping a flare-totting protester — not any forehand or backhand waged by his opponent.
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A pumpkin festival in New Hampshire got rowdy, and college kids were … college kids.
At least it wasn’t a folksy phrase involving crab legs.
Saints coach not happy.
The refs ruined a classic.