1. Big East Championship: Why Georgetown Will Win Title

    No one thought these two teams would be matched up in the Big East Championship game, but, nonetheless, they have done it. And by they I mean the eighth seeded Georgetown Hoyas and the third seeded West Virginia Mountaineers...

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  2. Hoyas Begin To Hit Peak Performance at The Right Time

    Coming into the 2010 Big East Tournament, fans and experts alike, had already started counting out Georgetown and their chances to even win a game in the conference tournament. Well, it looks like those so-called "experts" were wrong...

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  3. Big East Tournament 2010: 10 Things You Need To Know For This Year

    With the Big East Tournament set to start Tuesday (March 9th), fans from all around the country will see the best conference in college basketball showcase it's talent throughout the week...

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  4. The NCAA Tournament's Best Buzzer-Beater Videos

    Throughout the years, the buzzer beater has become a great necessity for the game of basketball, no matter what level, time of year, or importance of the game. However, we fans always remember the ones that matter the most: those in the NCAA Tournament...

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  5. March Madness: The Contenders That Everyone Is Forgetting

    Ah, you can feel it in the air.... The atmosphere is finally here... And no I'm not referring to all the frigid snow fans throughout the country have had to battle with......

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  6. Let the NCAA Basketball Rankings Debate Begin: Who's Number One?

    Who's number one? This is a question we hear everyday throughout the year in all sports, whether it be basketball, baseball, or football, or any sport out there. It's just that important...

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  7. College Basketball: What We Learned This Weekend

      Just on the cusp of March, everyone knew this was going to be a big weekend; teams could make a statement, teams could get off the bubble, and teams could get back into the tournament discussion...

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  8. Back to the Future: Georgetown Edition

    Every offseason, a coach and program has to replace the players it has lost to graduation, and more importantly, the NBA Draft. Those players can be superstars, or they can just be the guys that have stuck around with the team for their college years.

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  9. Gary Parrish: An Interview for Writers and Fans Alike

    A couple of weeks ago, I requested an interview from CBS's College Basketball Columnist, Gary Parrish, and he gladly approved. My website and I strung together some questions from a college basketball standpoint and a writer's standpoint as well...

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  10. NBA Trade Deadline: The Winners and Losers

    This is just another time of the year that makes basketball (and all sports for that matter) interesting: the Trade Deadline. This is where the teams decide if they are contender or pretender; to rebuild or to chase a championship...

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  11. NCAA Basketball: Figuring Out the Big East

    Over the past few days, I've heard many questions about the Big East, and answering them seems to become more difficult as time progresses. Who's the best team? Who's for real? All these questions, yet so few answers...

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  12. NCAA: The True College Basketball Player of the Year Candidates

    Ah the Player of the Year Award. An award that is hallowed by all players in every sport, no matter how big or small. However, the award may be the biggest for the game of basketball...

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  13. Passing Is a Brees: Saints QB Doesn't Need the Best To Dominate

    Back during this time in 2006, the Saints and owner Tim Benson wanted a quarterback who they could build around for the future, someone who could run an offense, and more importantly, throw the football...

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  14. Consistency Key for Georgetown Hoyas

    6:10 PM (Monday, Jan. 25): 14. A 14-0 run to start the game by Georgetown against their hated rival, the Syracuse Orange...

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  15. Unsung Stars of the 2009-10 College Basketball Season

    With every sport, no matter how popular, there will always be those that are ignored or slightly forgotten behind the likes of more flashy players or players on better teams...

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  16. Why the Atlanta Hawks Are Contenders

    Contender or pretender? That is the question that most of us fans are trying to decide this time of year in the NBA. Right now is just the start of very good competition between the true contenders ...

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  17. Disrespecting the Respected: A Case for Edgar Martinez's Hall of Fame Inclusion

    A player, a teammate, a captain. All of these describe the once respected Edgar Martinez. Why is he not respected anymore? Critics of him need to learn to respect the man that helped revolutionize America's pastime...

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  18. Bracketology Notes: Jan. 5, 2010

    As we ring in the new year, conference play is getting started, and thus bracketology is starting to get hot. I'll give some of these notes from time to time as quick-hitters, instead of remaking and/or updating my whole bracket...

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  19. Living in the Shadows: Xavier Henry

    Overshadowed by the great players at Kansas, as well as other rookies producing (mainly John Wall), Xavier Henry is putting together a very nice rookie campaign for Bill Self and the Jayhawks...

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  20. Positives Heading Into Big East Play For Georgetown Hoyas

    As New Year's Eve and the first conference game against St. John's quickly approach, I see some very positive things that have emerged for the Georgetown Hoyas. In my opinion, we have really improved since the first game of the season...

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  21. The "Fab 5" of the 2000s: NBA All-Decade Team

    You always hear the arguments and discussions over who has been the best player over the past couple of seasons. sometimes you hear crazy and crude remarks, and you also get the very educated, explanatory decisions...

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  22. Huge Week For Contending Hoyas

     Believe it or not, the week ahead is going to be huge for Georgetown. I know most of you are saying, "What? The next two games are Old Dominion and Harvard. Why does that mean anything for us?" Well, these two mid-majors are no push-overs...

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  23. Dissecting The Outback Bowl

    When we finally awake on New Year's, the first game we will see is the Outback Bowl. Auburn has became accustomed to playing in bowl games to start off the new year, while this is something very unorthodox for Northwestern...

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  24. Early Bracketology: 12/15/09

     As conference play nears, more and more teams try to improve their NCAA Tournament resumes for March. Saying that, I bring you my first bracketology update of the season...

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  25. The Developing Monster: Greg Monroe

     Greg Monroe is a work in progress for the NBA as of right now. His game is quietly improving, as well as his strength increasing. There's no doubt this young man has potential...

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