Continent Ready To Move On From Cascadia Overload

The United States and Canada collectively announced their desire to move on from the repetitive public relations deluge of Cascadia game information to the other scintillating and pulsating rivalries in North American soccer this weekend.

Did you even know that FC Cincinnati drew 35,000 people for a game this weekend? NO? MLS/CASCADIA CONSPIRACY!

Did you even know that FC Cincinnati drew 35,000 people for a game this weekend? NO? MLS/CASCADIA CONSPIRACY!

"We are over the grand T.I.F.O, the packed stadiums, the loud home/away fans, and the media blitz," stated the collected soccer fans in both the United States and Canada. "We are ready to see long form written material on the scintillating Dallas v Colorado game, the devastating derby of Puerto Rico and Rayo OKC, and the NPSL playoff game between Chattanooga and Miami United FC (provided that Miami United FC are still in business by the time that game kicks off)."

Reportedly, fans of the other 18 teams in Major League Soccer are just done with the whole thing stating, "What about us!?" before realizing that they are a week away from having to sit through an overload of public relations regarding the MLS All Star Game.

The Nutmeg News will have more on this as Major League Soccer tries to figure out a way to extend the public relations benefit of the rivalry by scheduling the two teams to play each other back to ba...........oh wait.