Greatest Rivalries in Sports
Sports Illustrated For Kids, Jun 1, 2005 - Sports - 48 pages
What makes a rivalry great? To start, the two teams must have a history together. They should have faced each other at least once with a title on the line. Intense rivalries must also have passionate fans -- one who'd rather do anything but root for the other side. In The Greatest Rivalries in Sports, we list 20 of the fiercest matchups in history.
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