1. The Perfect Recipe: What Cornell Must Do To Take Down Kentucky

    The Cornell Big Red are no doubt the sweetheart of the 2010 NCAA Tournament. After all, who doesn't want to see a bunch of smarty-pantses from the lowly Ivy League beat up on a Big ...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about almost 5 years ago 594 reads 9 comments

  2. The 2010 NCAA Tournament "What If?" Bracket: Cinderellas Galore

    March is finally here, and the upset talk is heating up. Who's this year's Cinderella? Who will make the unexpected run? Admittedly, I really don't know who will be this year's sweetheart...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about almost 5 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  3. NCAA: Upset Specials to Look Out for in the Tourney

    AAAAAHHHHH......... March Madness. The nail-biters, the stunning upsets, and the everlasting moments. I see a few teams who could surprise everyone and advance deeper into the tourney than expected...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about almost 5 years ago 333 reads 0 comments

  4. 2010 March Madness Bracket: How the Midwest Bracket Will Play Out

    Kansas gained the #1 overall ranking in the tourney. But they'll have to win some tough games in their pursuit of the championship...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about almost 5 years ago 370 reads 1 comments

  5. Big East Team MVP's

    After another thrilling college basketball regular season, the Big East has proven once again that they are the conference to be beat. They should have plenty of representation in the always-thrilling NCAA Tourney...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about almost 5 years ago 278 reads 7 comments

  6. 2009-10 Major Conference Awards

    Another great college football regular season of disappointments, pleasant surprises, upsets, and thrillers is in the books. There have been some breakout players who raised their draft stock, and some who most certainly did not (i...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 212 reads 0 comments

  7. New Jersey Nets Win Again: Sorry, Nets Fans

    The Nets got a disheartening win over the Bulls tonight. That's their second win in their last three contests. Bummer, isn't it? For the first time in years, the Nets were putting together a great campaign...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 290 reads 5 comments

  8. Rutgers Football Faces Another "Next Year" Season

    Listen, I love how far the Rutgers Football program has come over the past five years or so. They have been to bowls and won almost all of them. That's a major step up from their previous two to four win seasons...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 351 reads 3 comments

  9. Top 20 Impact NFL Rookies

    Six weeks into the season, there have been early round busts and some surprising late round picks. The Rookie of the Year race is heating up...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 1,299 reads 2 comments

  10. NFL Producer #19: Ole Miss

    Passing Game: Eli Manning would lead the Ole Miss Passing Attack.  He would throw to wide receivers Mike Wallace, Micheal Spurlock, and Taye Biddle.  Not a very good group of pass-catchers...

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  11. All Hail Chip Kelly: The Savior of Legarrette Blount

    Chip Kelly was going into his first season as the Oregon football head coach.  He was thrown straight into a very tough game, at the always BCS-Busting Boise State.  Unfortunately for Kelly, the Ducks got spanked...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 163 reads 12 comments

  12. Kicking Off The Best NFL Producer List: #20 Purdue

    Passing Game: Drew Brees (Shown above while playing for Purdue) is the QB that would run an All-Purdue offense.  Not too shabby for the Boilermakers.  His options to throw to at wide receiver are Joe Standeford and Greg Orton...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about 5 years ago 140 reads 0 comments

  13. Tim Brown: Little Big Man On Campus

    Kenny Britt, Tiquan Underwood, and Dennis Campbell all have one thing in common. They are key wide receiver targets from last years Scarlet Knight receiving core who are now gone to the NFL ...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 92 reads 0 comments

  14. An Exciting RU Football Season Is Coming Soon, But Where's The Cannon?

    The picture above shows Jack Corcoran celebrating with Kenny Britt after Britt scored a touchdown. Around that time, a cannon goes off as it always does after a Rutgers TD, Extra Point, or Field Goal...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 107 reads 3 comments

  15. College NFL Teams: Ranking the Best NFL Player Producers

    I am introducing a new kind of rankings that I will be posting team by team. The rankings will consist of the top 20 teams (a full offense consisting of 5 O-Linemen, a QB, And 5 skill positions ...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 355 reads 0 comments

  16. Mike Teel: From INT To NFL

    October 11th 2008: Mike Teel had a grand total of 3 tds through 6 games. And by the way, he had 7 interceptions...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 77 reads 1 comments

  17. 2009 Rutgers Football Preview

    Quarterback: The Scarlet Knights will have a big hole to fill at quarterback due to the absence of the school's all time passing leader, Mike Teel. Dom Natale appears to be the one who will be under center come September 7th...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 75 reads 2 comments

  18. Big East Preview: Rutgers To Gain First BCS Birth

    Here's how the big east should round up by the end of the season: 1.Rutgers- RU has the best O-line by far in the big east, returning all 5 starters, 1 of them being Anthony Davis, the All American candidate...

    Dani Caplan Written by Dani Caplan about over 5 years ago 68 reads 2 comments