1. Championship Glory: The Greatest Events in Sports

    No matter what sports you follow, there are those special days every year that you look forward to more than any other...

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  2. NASCAR: For Dale Earnhardt Junior, the Time Is Now

    Earlier in the season, after nearly winning Charlotte and Kansas, Junior Nation was on top of the world. It would come soon, that elusive win. No longer would fans of other drivers be touting the 100+ race losing streak...

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  3. Conference Realignment: The Future Look of College Football

    After five years of relative stability following the ACC Expansion of Virginia Tech, Miami and Boston College, 2010 looked to hold a massive exodus of several college teams from their respective conferences...

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  4. USC's 2004 Title Vacated? Not Until You Give It to Someone Else

    Vacated title. Really? How can something that so many people worked for be awarded to no one? That is the reality of the 2004 BCS National Championship. And it is a shame...

    Clint Bryant Written by Clint Bryant about over 3 years ago 1,044 reads 61 comments

  5. Off-Season Blues? 5 Sports to Check out Before Next Season

    In the Unites States, three sports reign supreme. The National Football League, The National Basketball Association and Major League Baseball are the "Big Three" of the American sporting world...

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  6. From the Fans: The 8 Dumbest Things in Sports

    Sports. It is a place where people escape their everyday lives to cheer on their team of choice. There are some things in sports that all fans just laugh about. There are some they downright hate...

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  7. Earnhardt Conspiracy? No! If NASCAR Wanted Him to Win, They Would Have Done This

    NASCAR officials have one of the toughest jobs in sports. While NFL, NBA and MLB referees and umpires get blasted for every questionable call, the difficulty of their job pales in comparison to that of a NASCAR official...

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  8. NASCAR Killing Its Future by Allowing Cup Stars to Dominate Lower Series

    Sixteen races...one winner. That is the reality these days in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In sixteen races between these two series, only one win has come from a series regular...

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  9. Earnhardt, Daytona and the Bump and Run: A Few Truths About NASCAR Fans

    While there are exceptions to every rule, there are a few truths that can be said of just about any NASCAR fan. Whether it be favorite drivers or style of racing, NASCAR fans know what they want and they are not afraid to tell you about it...

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  10. NASCAR: Track Facing Empty Seats and the Ghost of Bristol Past

    Bristol Motor Speedway ...the hardest ticket in NASCAR. For decades, getting a ticket to this event was reserved for the rich or the lucky...all 160,000 of them. The racing was brutal...

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  11. NCAA Bracket 2011: First Four Gives Us First Thriller and First Flop

    Tuesday night's First Four opener of the first round of the NCAA tournament was new this year, giving the tournament championship three extra teams to bring the total to 68. The choice of these teams was a little unorthodox...

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  12. NCAA Football: How to Have a Playoff Without Destroying College Football

    It happens every year. As NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision season comes to a close, the top teams are discussed and analyzed by poll voters who cast their votes that will ultimately determine who plays for the National Championship...

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  13. Clemson Basketball: New Coach Brownell Aims to Change The Team Dynamic

    When Oliver Purnell left Clemson at the end of the 2009-2010 season, he had taken a troubled program and brought it to the NCAA Tournament three years in a row...

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  14. Clemson Football: For Coach Dabo Swinney, the Future Is Now

    In 2008, after Tommy Bowden stepped down as head coach of the Clemson Tigers, many wondered who would take over the good, but not great, program...

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  15. NASCAR: The Perfect Points System To Replace the Chase

    From the beginning, NASCAR decided its champion by giving it to driver who scores the most points. This system worked well and all the NASCAR legends won their titles this way...

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  16. Kevin Harvick: The People's Champion For 2010

    In 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition, one driver scored more points than any other. Guess what? His name is not Jimmie Johnson . While no one can take away the No...

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  17. NASCAR Rumors: Is McGrew Out As Earnhardt's Crew Chief?

    Sports Illustrated recently reported that "private shifts" behind the scenes will oust Lance McGrew as crew chief of the No. 88 Hendrick Chevrolet driven by Dale Earnhardt Jr...

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  18. Clemson Football: The Memory of Championships Brings Expectations

    The year was 1981. The Clemson Tigers, led by coach Danny Ford, had just finished a 6-5 season in 1980 and would start the '81 season unranked. After winning the first two games of the season, Clemson hosted the No...

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  19. NASCAR: The Rise, Fall, and the Chase that Caused the Decline

    Up until the late 1970's, NASCAR was a southern boys game. Then a large snow front moved through the eastern seaboard of the United States leaving tens of thousands of potential ...

    Clint Bryant Written by Clint Bryant about 4 years ago 1,769 reads 36 comments

  20. NASCAR: Possible Drivers for RCR's Fourth Team

    Richard Childress Racing is talking four teams again for 2011, and after a failed attempt in 2009 with Casey Mears, they need to get this one right. Last season was a disaster for RCR with no wins and no drivers in the chase...

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  21. 2000 NASCAR Champ Bobby Labonte Moving to JTG Daugherty Racing for 2011

    JTG Daugherty Racing announced today that 2000 Sprint Cup Series Champion Bobby Labonte will take over driving duties for the No. 47 Toyota Camry in 2011...

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  22. Three Things NASCAR Should NOT Do To the Chase

    Since the Chase for the Championship was introduced in 2004, NASCAR has made changes only once. In 2007 the format was tweaked to reward regular season wins and allow two more drivers into the playoff...

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  23. NASCAR: Who will be the Next First Time Winner?

    The regulars have, in recent years, dominated NASCAR’s Sprint Cup series. Drivers such as Johnson, Hamlin and Edwards have racked up multiple win seasons and mostly shut out the little guy...

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  24. Front Row Motorsports Penalized 150 Driver and Owner Points After Pocono

    NASCAR has released penalties from the Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono on June 6th, and for Front Row Motorsports, it is not pretty. Driver Travis Kvapil has been fined 150 driver points and owner Doug Yates has been fined 150 driver points...

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  25. Michigan Can't Come Soon Enough for Ford NASCAR Teams

    For Ford teams in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, seeing Michigan as the next race is a relief. Ford teams are winless so far in 2010, that includes perennial cup contenders Carl Edwards and Matt Kenseth...

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