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  • adj. Following an athletic festival, often specifically the Olympic Games
  • n. Plural form of postgame.


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  • Come football season, she will work the Giants 'radio postgames, replacing Russ Salzberg.

    XM MLB Chat

  • Of all the postgames for my Pittsburgh teams (Steelers, Penguins, Pirates), his is the only one I go out of my way to listen to - nothing against the Steelers/Penguins postgame guys, but Rocco is pretty cool.

    Bucs Dugout

  • From what I've seen at practice and postgames in the past two weeks, Greg's got his mental back.

    Blazer's Edge

  • He was always a good guy to talk to … he's just been a little bit snippy in postgames so far, and he's put some limits on access to the players, thus the idea that he wasn't media friendly his first few weeks.

    Rangers Report

  • John Kerry discusses START and Patrick Murphy postgames the DADT vote on Maddow.

    HUFFPOST HILL - The Senate's $43 Million Typo

  • The biggest attraction left is the final game at the Stadium, but there will be no playoff pre - and postgames. "...

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