1. NBA Draft Longshot David Holston Reaches For The Stars With The Help Of a Ladder

    As the NBA draft approaches, basketball fans focus on such names as Blake Griffin, Ricky Rubio, Jame Harden, and Hasheem Thabeet. One-tenth of one percent of those same fans are eagerly awaiting the fate of former Chicago State star David Holston...

    Calvin W Boaz Written by Calvin W Boaz about 5 years ago 1,463 reads 0 comments

  2. 2009 Purdue Football: It Feels Like 1997

    It has not been since 1997 that there is such an air of uncertainty surrounding Purdue University's football program. Joe Tiller has retired as Purdue's career leader in wins with 87...

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  3. My Mocking of a NBA Mock Draft: Picks 23 to 30

    This is the fourth and final section of this particular mock draft. Although these players do not represent the cream of the crop, hopefully some will be drafted. Perhaps others will be invited to summer camps with an opportunity to make an NBA club...

    Calvin W Boaz Written by Calvin W Boaz about 5 years ago 370 reads 5 comments

  4. My Mocking of a NBA Mock Draft: Picks 15 to 22

    This is part three of the series taking a unique look at the NBA draft. If you want an expert opinion, there are a million websites you can look at. This mock draft exams players flying under the radar...

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  5. My Mocking of a NBA Mock Draft: Picks 8 to 14

    This is part two of a very special mock draft. The attempt here is to put the spotlight on players that don't fit the mode of the typical NBA player...

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  6. My Mocking of a NBA Mock Draft: Picks 1 to 7

    Dominic James PG Marquette 6'0''/175 lbs James is an ultra-quick point guard who can take the ball to the rim anytime he wants to. He possesses great court vision and is a solid passer...

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  7. The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming

    Alan Arkin and Theodore Bikel must have been so proud watching Russia's national football team defeat Finland 3-0 last Wednesday in a World Cup qualifier. That dominating performance has Russia within one point of Europen Zone Group Four leader Germany...

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  8. Ball State Football Fans Unite Against Bleacher Report

    Attention all Ball State football fans. This is a call to arms. Bleacher Report has been notified of its crimes against humanity. The powers that be at B/R have refused to admit the errors of their ways and perform penance...

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  9. I Want To Know, Have You Ever Seen Bahrain?

    As I watched Australia defeat Bahrain 2-0 Wednesday in World Cup qualifying, I wondered about two things. First I all, I realized I had no idea where Bahrain was located. That was a easy question to answer...

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  10. Cody Jamieson Will Look Great in No. 22 Jersey

    Sometimes when a televised game does not live up to its expected drama, the announcers have to create their own. Such was the case when Syracuse dismantled Duke back on May 23 during a NCAA lacrosse championship semifinal...

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  11. I Live In Agony: I Cheer For Austria

    As a fan of the Austria national football team, I went into the 2010 World Cup qualifier last Saturday versus Serbia with the utmost confidence. I was confident Austria might come close to scoring a goal at least once...

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  12. Ryan Marks: UTPA's Next Victim?

    The above photo originally appeared at Utpabroncs.com. On May 27, Ryan Marks was the recipient of good news and bad news. The good news was that he is the new men's basketball coach at the University of Texas-Pan American...

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  13. College Basketball Coaches Make Poor Treasurers

    In general, college basketball coaches are very talented people. They know how to motivate young men, getting them to achieve more on the basketball court than they ever thought possible...

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  14. Bonderman Struggles as White Sox Defeat Tigers to Split Doubleheader

    Jose Contreras' return to the major leagues proved to be more fruitful than Jeremy Bonderman's return from the disabled list as the Chicago White Sox easily defeated the Detroit Tigers 6-1, in the second game of a day-night doubleheader...

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  15. With Jeremy Bonderman Back, it Feels Like Christmas

    This morning brought back memories of Christmases gone by. Well, maybe not exactly. Instead of waking up to find precious gifts wrapped beautifully under a tree, this surprise was found under my car wrapped in a plastic bag...

    Calvin W Boaz Written by Calvin W Boaz about 5 years ago 105 reads 4 comments

  16. Miracle On Grass:Syracuse Defeats Cornell In OT 10-9 For Championship

    When Roy Lang scored a goal for Cornell to put the Big Red up 9-6 over Syracuse with 5:31 left in the game, it appeared that Cornell would soon win its third national championship in lacrosse...

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  17. An Appearance by Otto the Orange Would Bring Credibility to Lacrosse

    Tomorrow in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the Syracuse men's lacrosse team with play for their 11th national championship. For the Orange haters out there, it would be their 10th...

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  18. Five Hints to Keep Your Articles from Being Read

    Above photo originally appeared at blogs.psychologytoday.com Everybody who joins Bleacher Report has their own expectations. Some want hundreds of people reading their material and a future job at Sports Illustrated...

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  19. Orange Cherry-Picks in Demolition Of Duke

    Today at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, the second-seeded Syracuse Orange had all the P's of lacrosse working at full tilt...

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  20. Crotty, Howell Outplay Bitter as Duke Defeats North Carolina Again

    In the most exciting lacrosse quarterfinal match this weekend, third-seeded Duke defeated sixth-seeded North Carolina 12-11...

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  21. Cornell Continues Dominance Over Princeton with 6-4 Victory

    Fifth-seeded Cornell parlayed a strong defensive effort with a great game by freshman Rob Pannell to defeat fourth-seeded Princeton Tigers 6-4 in quarterfinal action at Stuart Stadium in Hempsted, New York...

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  22. Maryland, Flu Cannot Derail Syracuse As Orange Cruises 11-6

    Syracuse lacrosse fans must have felt impending doom when it was announced that starting goalie John Galloway would miss the quarterfinal game versus Maryland because of the flu...

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  23. Billy Bitter Leaves Sour Taste In Opponents' Mouths

    With eight playoffs games in college lacrosse taking place last weekend, you would think it would be difficult for one player to stand out above all the others. However, one player did just that...

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  24. Danny Ozark: Phillies Lose Another Piece Of History

    It was just yesterday I was surfing on the internet and found an all-time Philadelphia Phillies team. Gene Mauch was selected as the manager on this list. Not a bad choice, but I posted a comment that suggested Danny Ozark should be the manager...

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  25. Chan Ho Park: Next Time, Tell Us When You Are Going To Pitch Well

    I did it. I know other Phillies fans did it. People with no dog in the hunt did it. We saw that the pitching matchup for the Phillies-Mets game was Chan Ho Park versus Johan Santana, and we looked for something else to watch...

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