1. Butler-Duke: This National Championship Game Had Two Champions

    Had Gordon Hayward’s fadeaway jumper from the right baseline fallen through the net with four seconds left to play in last night’s NCAA championship game—giving Butler ...

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  2. 2010 National Championship: Butler's Matt Howard Will Play Against Duke

    Matt Howard, the 6'8" junior center for Butler, will play in tonight's National Championship game against Duke...

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  3. Butler-Duke: Bulldogs Look for Historic Upset in 2010 NCAA Championship Game

    It always seems a little odd that a tournament referred to as March Madness ends in April. But really, the phrase is still apropos...

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  4. The Shot That Shaped the 2010 NCAA Tournament and Final Four

    Duke, West Virginia, Butler, and Michigan State will take the court in the Final Four in Indianapolis this weekend to determine the champion of the 2010 NCAA Tournament...

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  5. 2010 Final Four: Butler Bulldogs' Matt Howard Must Stay on Court Versus Spartans

    The Butler Bulldogs' run to the NCAA Final Four is nothing short of incredible. To think that a team from the Horizon League, without a single player in its rotation taller than 6’9”, ...

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  6. Butler Basketball: Cinderella (and Favorite?) of 2010 NCAA Final Four

    It seems that the only thing harder than beating the Butler Bulldogs these days is trying to classify them...

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  7. Butler Bulldogs Final Four Bound in NCAA Tournament for First Time

    Butler is headed home. As coach Brad Stevens put it, the Bulldogs were headed home to Indianapolis no matter the result of this afternoon’s Elite Eight game in Salt Lake City against Kansas State...

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  8. Butler Bulldogs: 2010 NCAA Tournament Finds New Cinderella as Final Four Looms

    After a stellar first weekend of the NCAA Tournament, the mid-majors and Cinderella teams of the college basketball world came crashing back to earth in the Sweet 16 round the last two nights...

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  9. Cornell Basketball Aims for One of Biggest Upsets Ever Over Kentucky

    Tonight, Cornell's men's basketball team has an opportunity to pull off one of the biggest upsets in the history of American sports...

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  10. Cornell Basketball: Big Red's Journey to NCAA Sweet 16 is Unlike Kentucky's

    Kentucky and Cornell. Could two college basketball programs meeting in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament really be any more different? Kentucky is the top ranked team remaining in the tournament (as the second overall No...

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  11. Cornell Basketball Has Staying Power in 2010 NCAA Tournament

    Cornell is for real. Maybe its 28-4 record is inflated by playing in a weak conference. Maybe the rest of the Ivy League still isn’t any good at basketball. Maybe its near upset over Kansas in Lawrence on the road was an anomaly...

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  12. NCAA Tournament: The 16 Seeds: Vermont, ETSU, Lehigh, Winthrop, UAPB

    The beauty of the NCAA Tournament is that there is more than one winner —or so it seems each year. Only one team will be crowned national champion, but for some schools making ...

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  13. March Madness Championship Week: I'll Take Wofford, Siena, Over Big East

    Wofford, UCLA, and UConn. In all likelihood only one of those three schools will be heading to the NCAA tournament this year...

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  14. 2010 Winter Olympics: Awaiting Newest Wheaties Champions

    Just as Super Bowl MVPs are expected to take trips to Disney World, U.S Olympic champions are expected to take their turns on the fronts of Wheaties boxes...

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  15. 2010 Olympics U.S. Medal Count: Remembering All 37 Winners

    Prior to both the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics, the American media proclaimed that the U.S. was sending its best team ever to a Winter Olympics. In 2002 the team fufilled those expectations, in 2006 it did not...

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  16. 2010 Olympics Medal Count: U.S., Canada, Set Records On Day 16

    The 2010 Winter Olympics will come to a close tonight in Vancouver after 17 memorable days.   While the lasting legacy of the Vancouver Games is still to be determined, one thing the 2010 Olympics should be remembered for is the success of North America..

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  17. 2010 Olympics Medal Count: U.S., Canada, in Tight Race for Most Golds

    If the U.S. Olympic team failed to win another medal at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver it would still be the most successful Winter Games in the nation’s history...

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  18. Medal Count for 2010 Olympics: U.S. Pulling Away, but Tight Race for Golds

    Seventy-eight years after last winning the overall medal count at a Winter Olympics, it appears the United States will do so again.   With three days of competition remaining at the Vancouver 2010 Games, the U...

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  19. Winter Olympics Medal Count: U.S. Could Pull Away from Germany Today

    In a day filled with crashes, the U.S. Olympic team took another step towards winning the overall medal count at the Winter Olympics for the first time since 1932...

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  20. U.S. On Pace To Win Olympic Medal Count, Should Keep Lead at Three Today

    With five days of competition remaining at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the U.S. Olympic team maintains its narrow lead in the overall medal standings over Germany. The U.S...

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  21. 2010 Winter Olympics: U.S. Versus Germany: The Final 32 Events in Vancouver

    While the Americans and Germans have been neck and neck in the medal race at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, they have hardly been going head to head in competition. The U.S...

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  22. U.S. Could Win Winter Olympic Medal Count For First Time In 78 Years

    While the host nation Canada has so far failed in its quest to “own the podium” at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, with just six days remaining before the Olympic flame is ...

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  23. Not So Fast Lindsey Vonn, Is Julia Mancuso the Best U.S. Skier Ever?

    Two weeks before the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, Lindsey Vonn appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated crowned as “America’s best woman skier ever...

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  24. Evan Lysacek, Lindsey Vonn, Snowboarders, Go for Gold Today for U.S.

    The U.S. Olympic team will be hard pressed today to match the six medals—three of them gold—that it produced yesterday in the men’s halfpipe, women’s downhill, and men’s 1,000 meters in speed skating...

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  25. Lindsey Vonn Looks for Second Olympic Gold Today in Combined

    Seconds after concluding her downhill run yesterday, American Lindsey Vonn was exuberant as her name sat atop the leaderboard after 16 of 45 skiers...

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