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Sunday live thread: Woodley loses, Mizzou gets 7 track AAs, and World Cup Day 4 kicks at 11

Tyron Woodley loses to Rory MacDonald at UFC 174, Mizzou finishes with seven track All-Americans and a top-30 women's finish for the first time in 25 years, and World Cup Day 4 features France-Honduras. Oh yeah, and Happy Fathers Day, dads. Hopefully grilling isn't impacted by raining.

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1. Tyron Woodley didn't have a great night at the office on Saturday

Bloody Elbow: UFC 174 results: Rory MacDonald thoroughly dominates Tyron Woodley
MMA Fighting: Rory MacDonald vs. Tyron Woodley full fight video highlights
MMA Fighting: Dana White: Tyron Woodley 'chokes in the big fights'

2. Seven All-Americans

Mizzou qualified 10 for the NCAA Track & Field championships, and seven finished as All-Americans. The Mizzou women finished in the top 30 for the first time since 1989. This isn't a national power yet by any means, but there's been some awesome growth here.

MUTIGERS.COM: Tigers Close NCAA's With Seven All-Americans

3. Another fun sports day

I see Martin Kaymer's lead is down to five strokes, which might make for some interesting afternoon developments at the U.S. Open (or might not). Meanwhile ... three more World Cup matches are on the docket, and wow, has this tournament been fun so far.

11:00 a.m. CT
Ecuador vs. Switzerland (Group E)

2:00 p.m. CT
France vs. Honduras (Group E)

5:00 p.m. CT
Argentina vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina (Group F)