1. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 5: The Risen Star Stakes

    There is a reason Todd Pletcher continually enters more horses in the Kentucky Derby than any other trainer. It's because he wins...

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  2. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 4: The San Vicente Stakes

    The 71st running of the $150,000 GII —San Vicente Stakes resulted in a thrilling victory by Bob Baffert trainee, Drill ($9.60)...

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  3. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 4: The El Camino Real Derby

    The $200,000 GIII, El Camino Real Derby from Golden Gate Fields in Northern California resulted in the closest finish in the 31-year history of the Kentucky Derby prep race for three-year-olds...

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  4. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 3: The Hutcheson Stakes

    The Grade II - Hutcheson Stakes from Gulfstream Park isn't one of the primary Kentucky Derby prep races that some of the more popular hopefuls use as one of their stepping stones, ...

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  5. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 2: The Sam F. Davis Stakes

    This past Saturday, the $250,000 Grade III - Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs showcased 11 prospective three-year-olds with their eyes on a shot at the Kentucky Derby in May...

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  6. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis Week 2: The Withers Stakes

    As many three-year-old horses continue on their own paths into the starting gates under the twin spires of Churchill Downs on May 5, handicappers and racing fans are looking for their selections and betting choice in the biggest race of the year...

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  7. 2012 Kentucky Derby Analysis EARLY PREPS: The Sham, Le Comte, and Holy Bull Stks

    It's that time of the year again. The 2012 Kentucky Derby is quickly approaching, and everybody wants to know the key to cashing a big winning wager on the first Saturday in May...

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  8. Minnesota Timberwolves: Is Kevin Love Worthy of a Max Contract?

    Kevin Love is averaging 25.4 PPG, 15.2 RBG, and 0.6 blocks per game over the Timberwolves ' first five games. The question should be, can he sustain those numbers over an entire season? But he has already proven he can do that...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about over 2 years ago 871 reads 9 comments

  9. 2012 NFL Draft: Vikings, Rams Back in Hunt for Andrew Luck

    It wasn't long ago that people assumed the Indianapolis Colts had not only given up on the 2011 season, but they had plans to replace their future Hall of Fame quarterback, Peyton Manning, with can't-miss Stanford senior, Andrew Luck ...

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  10. How Can the Philadelphia Eagles Make the Playoffs? Win and Hope for Help

    Who would have thunk it? After the "dream team" lost on the road to the Seattle Seahawks , the Philadelphia Eagles needed a miracle to have any shot at making the playoffs...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 3 years ago 2,391 reads 1 comments

  11. Tim Tebow: The Man, the Myth, and the Reason He Won't Succeed

    I can admit just like most people, I love watching Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow lead his team back in gut-wrenching fourth quarter and overtime situations...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 3 years ago 750 reads 4 comments

  12. Derek Boogaard: A Man Swallowed Up by an Addiction

    There are many people in this world who struggle with addiction. NHL Enforcers are unique individuals in many ways, but the way the public views many of these men is as strong, hot-headed goons who can skate...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about almost 3 years ago 1,033 reads 4 comments

  13. 2011 Minnesota Twins Analysis: Is Mauer the Problem? What to Do with Nishioka?

    It was only five months ago when the Minnesota Twins had realistic thoughts of taking the next step in the American League playoffs and contending for their first World Series Championship in 20 years...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about 3 years ago 1,404 reads 3 comments

  14. Minnesota Vikings Need a Miracle to Have Success After Pathetic Preseason Debut

    The 2011 Minnesota Vikings opened up their preseason schedule in Nashville, TN, taking on the Tennessee Titans. The similarities between both teams heading into the opener on Saturday night was freakishly intriguing...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about 3 years ago 1,089 reads 23 comments

  15. NFL Preseason: Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys Presents Interesting Storylines

    The Denver Broncos open their 2011 preseason football schedule by taking on the Dallas Cowboys tonight at 8:30pm EDT in Arlington, TX...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about 3 years ago 2,674 reads 1 comments

  16. Chicago White Sox Sweep the Minnesota Twins, Crushing Their Playoff Hopes

    The Minnesota Twins began the 2011 season with aspirations of bringing back a World Series Championship to the Twin Cities for the first time in 20 years...

    Dan Adams Written by Dan Adams about 3 years ago 219 reads 0 comments

  17. Saratoga Race Course Looking Primed for a Great Summer Meet

    The 143rd racing season at Saratoga Race Course starts today in Saratoga Springs with temperatures reaching 98 degrees. The summer meet will run from today through Labor Day (Sept...

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  18. Don't Panic Minnesota Vikings Fans, Wins Are On the Way

    Is it possible that one pass could awaken a sleeping giant? Monday night Brett Favre hit Randy Moss late in the third quarter for a 37-yard touchdown pass...

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  19. Minnesota Vikings are Still the Team To Beat in the NFC North

    The Minnesota Vikings are off to an 0-2 start and have quickly fallen two games behind their division rivals, the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers...

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  20. AL Central Update: Have The Motor City Kitties Used Up All Nine Lives?

    Is the baseball season really a marathon? Or, can injuries, poor play, and bad luck end your season in just a couple of weeks? The Detroit Tigers will be able to answer that question rather quickly...

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  21. MLB Trade Rumors: Bullpen Help Should Be Twins' Top Trade Priority

    The burning question among Twins fans is whether or not their ball club needs to make a deadline move to bolster an inconsistent pitching staff. A starting rotation led by the unlikeliest of aces, Carl Pavano, had their best week in over a month...

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  22. Lakers vs. Celtics Game 4: Boston Needs More 'Big Baby,' Less Drama from Wallace

    When you hear, Glen "Big Baby" Davis, it resembles the typical nickname associated with prize fighters. Big Baby does everything, but fight on the basketball court. He has given his team the inside presence missing from Celtics roster...

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  23. Big Ten Expansion: Kansas, K-State, Mizzou and Notre Dame Should Be Courted

    With the addition of Nebraska to the Big Ten Conference likely to be announced tomorrow, the conference will look to for another four teams to complete their expansion...

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  24. Impressive Eskendereya Shines In Saturday's Derby Preps

    The first weekend of April is typically a make-or-break time for three year-old colts. In what is usually the last of their derby preps, horses need to show signs of improvement and the ability to run at least 1 1/...

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  25. Keeneland Opens To a Record Crowd and Great Racing

    In a very typical first race of the annual spring meet at Keeneland, they opened with a maiden special weight event going 4 1/2 furlongs for two-year-olds. An outstanding duel between Wetzel (Bridgmohan/Asmussen) and Weekend Wildcat (V...

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