1. Whether You Like it or Not, Duke Lives with Hate

    There’s a way to describe the Duke Blue Devils. It’s a prestigious institution wrapped in much mystique, and proclaimed as the school of all villains...

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  2. The Emergence of Butler Bulldogs Writes a Sequel in Hoosier State

    It’s almost a cliché the way the Butler Bulldogs persist in writing a cinematic script in its hometown, before its feverish hometown crowd sitting in the stands...

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  3. Tom Izzo Creates a Triumphant Brand, Now Is MSU's Time to Win It All

    Here they are again, returning as Big Ten saviors, the well-coached and well-experienced Spartans. What’s a usual resemblance of last year’s storyline, Michigan State has ...

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  4. Joe Mazzulla Increases Mountaineers' Eminence with Great Pride

    Before he fortified and dignified a high-profile status, Joe Mazzulla merited much account, leading the West Virginia Mountaineers to its first Final Four since 1959...

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  5. UTEP Bringing In Tim Floyd Adds Riskiness, Infamy

    Oh, sure, hire a fraudulent, no-good sleaze failing to realize the circumstances of becoming the next suspect of a despicable crime...

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  6. City of Brotherly Ungratefulness Won't Appreciate McNabb Until He's Gone

    For most sporting towns, most of the population builds a social bond with star athletes. Not in Philly, the City of Brotherly Ungratefulness...

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  7. I Wouldn't Ignore WVU: Bob Huggins Isn't Much of a Fool

    It is good to know a redemptive story is rapidly in the making, removing all the unnecessary toxic stains from a diminishing level of trustworthiness at West Virginia...

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  8. Homecoming Win for Butler Engraves a Legit Hoosier Tale

    There is no greater surprise in college hoops, regarding a talented program where checking in by midnight wasn’t necessary, attaining a date to its first ever Final Four...

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  9. Butler's Epic Win Over Syracuse Proves Elite Contenders: You've Been Warned

    If there’s one shining moment to an epic college basketball tournament story, it’s Butler upsetting Syracuse in what was the most heartfelt victory in school history...

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  10. With Much Obscurity, Cinderella's Glass Slipper Captivates Sweet 16

    So this is the cultural standpoint of the NCAA Tournament, witnessing Cinderellas emerge into bracket-killers and stun the at-large teams...

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  11. Calipari a Real Ambassador in Kentucky: Cease Additional Mockery

    We know what happened, of course, in his prior coaching jobs. Critics ripped out the soul of a master at coaching kids at the college level...

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  12. Joe Mauer, Hometown Icon, Minnesota Twin for Life

    He is, without much argument, the popular face in the state of Minnesota, quickly breaking out as the sporting icon within an atmosphere where he was born and raised before ripening as the greatest catcher in the majors...

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  13. Kansas Jayhawks Shed Tears in Biggest Upset Ever

    It was hard to envision a nightmare, a heartbreaking upset for a No. 1 seed, especially when it happened to be the second-round of March Madness...

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  14. Are The California Golden Bears The Next Shocking Scare In Tourney?

    There’s no bigger infatuation in college hoops than a team ostensibly declared as a Cinderella. If this is a point in the season when we truly find out what a team is made of, ...

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  15. Cinderella Teams Defines Crazy Madness

    Is it just me, or are most of our brackets busted after the craziness that happened in the early dog days of March Madness? This is a month when we’re obsessed with the varieties of terminology, such as brackets, underdogs and upsets...

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  16. Masters Looms Ever Closer, Tiger at Augusta Is Good for Game

    Without needing to deliberate, we all know what happens, of course. Everyone is suddenly raving about the reemergence of Tiger Woods and tries jettisoning the draining and infamous memories of Tiger’s humiliating sex scandals...

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  17. Don't Discount Duke: Blue Devils Experiencing a Rebirth Entering NCAA Tourney

    They can win it all, steal the spotlight in the NCAA tourney, and shimmer as the traditional team in college hoops reliving a proverbial convention...

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  18. Mystique, Tradition, Mayhem: This March Has The Makings of Epic Madness

    Everyone has waited for all the mayhem, which is looming closer titillating all basketball devotees to fill out brackets, keep their eyes clued to the television and unite together in a tight room rooting on their alumni or college team...

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  19. Ben Roethlisberger Lacks Maturity, Foolish Nonsense Could Ravage Credibility

    Every time accusations surface of a famous icon, a likable quarterback or any athlete, you’d like to believe such allegations are untruthful...

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  20. This Isn't the Team To Beat: Lakers Perish, Too Lackadaisical

    Never mind it being the best, most well-rounded basketball team in Hollywood, the most entertaining team in a community where movie stars crowded the streets of Hollywood for the Oscar awards Sunday evening...

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  21. Trouble Brewing in Seattle? Expect Storm If Seahawks Bring in Brandon Marshall

    While NFL teams pursue buying free agents, the Seattle Seahawks are amongst to make a sudden transition in its depleted roster, shuffling to percolate in an undermined NFC West division...

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  22. Mortals Deprives Purdue When Robbie Hummel Isn't Around

    Suddenly, there’s a sinking feeling that the Purdue Boilermakers are incapable of reaching the big dance. When a team loses its second-leading scorer and second-leading rebounder to injuries, the notion of facing elimination magnifies immensity...

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  23. Youth Disregards Durant, Oklahoma City Thunder: Need Impressive Playoff Run

    They weren’t expected to make such a convincing scene in which the sudden arrival is faster than usual, almost spontaneously, as the youngest team in the NBA awes basketball lords...

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  24. Dodgers Spend Time in Divorce Court, End Marriage With Manny

    There’s much to dislike about Manny Ramirez, from the absurd drug-related bust to the ridiculous antics, to the worthless quitter he is...

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  25. Team USA Has a Slight Edge: Ryan Miller's Heroics are Inexplicable

    What we are witnessing is the most renaissance hockey team in U.S. history. The unforeseen heroics and vibrant star power of Team USA continues to engrave a lifetime miracle, greater than a Miracle on Ice...

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