1. College Basketball: Top 10 Teams If Blake Griffin, Others Were Still in School

    How scary would it be if Blake Griffin was dunking on everything that moved as a senior at Oklahoma? Or how about Derrick Rose discovering a three-point shot while still at Memphis? ...

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  2. NCAA Tournament: 25 Players We Know Will Step Up in the Big Dance

    The most exciting time in sports is around the corner: March Madness. Bracketologist Joe Lunardi is virtually everywhere on ESPN discussing what team is in and what team is out of the NCAA Tournament...

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  3. Ohio State Basketball: Ranking the 2010-11 Squad Among the Top 10 Buckeyes Teams

    On Saturday afternoon, the final unbeaten in college basketball fell. Ohio State, which started the season 24-0, lost on the road to a formidable Wisconsin team at a venue where virtually ...

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  4. MLB: How Albert Pujols Taking Less Money Could Change the League Forever

    One of the more publicized offseason baseball stories of the year has been the ongoing negotiations (or lack thereof) between arguably the best player in baseball, Albert Pujols , and the St...

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  5. College Basketball: The 10 Best Performances From the Weekend

    With the Super Bowl utterly dominating the weekend, nothing was really made of the notable college basketball performances that occurred over the past couple days. Here are ten that people should be aware of...

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  6. SEC Power Rankings: Where Kentucky and All the Rest Stand

    With Selection Sunday just a little over a month away, conference play has begun in earnest. Major conference teams are looking to either improve their resume or seeding depending on how successful they were in the first couple months...

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  7. The Pitt Panthers: Five Reason They Will Win The NCAA Championship

    Last week, I had the privilege of attending the Pittsburgh-Syracuse game that was nationally televised on ESPN. It was one of the stranger games I have ever been to...

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  8. Kenneth Faried and the Top 10 Unknown Players Who Will Make an NBA Roster

    Every year or so, a couple of unknown guys come onto the NBA scene that cause most fans to wonder "where did that guy play and why did I never hear about him?" I don't claim to be ...

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  9. NCAA Tournament Bubble: Will Arizona, Michigan, USC Be In Or Out in March?

    With conference play finally underway, many teams have had the opportunity to improve their tournament resumes during the first couple months of the season...

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  10. The 50 Best College Basketball Players Of The 2000s

    I've always viewed sports to be about one thing: players and their desire to become the best they can be. Sure, coaches help develop them, fans give them that extra adrenaline rush ...

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  11. Kemba Walker and the 15 Best Natural Scorers in College Basketball

    Go to the dictionary and there is no definition for natural scorer. There are no qualifications a basketball player must meet in order to be called such...

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  12. North Carolina and 10 Teams on the Rise in 2010-11

    Ever since the NBA instituted its policy that mandated draft prospects must be at least one year removed from high school in 2006, the college basketball landscape has been dominated by the one-and-done player...

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  13. The Top 25 College Basketball Players East of the Mississippi

    With the Pac-10 being down, it's pretty clear that the strength of college basketball lies in the east. Elite teams such as Duke, North Carolina, Syracuse, Connecticut, Kentucky, Ohio State and countless others dominate the college basketball landscape...

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  14. College Basketball's 5 Most Important Storylines So Far

    I'll be the first one to say that the beginning of college basketball—and in reality, most sports—typically doesn't mean very much...

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  15. College Basketball Preview: the SEC Conference

    Typically known for its dominance in football, the SEC is beginning to make noise in the college basketball world. Much of this credit can be placed on the resurgence of Kentucky and, more specifically, John Calipari...

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  16. College Basketball Preview: The Pac-10 Conference

    So, how terrible was the Pac-10 last year? It was without a doubt one of the worst seasons for a major conference ever. Only two teams garnered NCAA tournament berths, with Washington making it in mainly because they won the conference tournament...

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  17. College Basketball Preview: Big East Conference

    Part 2 of my basketball preview focuses on the supposed kings of basketball: the Big East Conference. With 16 teams, it is certainly the largest...

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  18. College Basketball Preview Part I: The ACC Conference

    Part 1 of 6 of my massive College Basketball preview begins with the home of the defending national champions—the ACC Conference. Duke, the defending national champions, returns for a chance at repeating for the second time under Coach K...

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  19. Pittsburgh Pirates' Andrew McCutchen: The Next Great MLB Superstar

    The words "superstar" and "Pittsburgh Pirates" haven't gone together since a young kid named Barry Bonds was making his clean mark on Major League Baseball as a five-tool left fielder during the Pirate's last winning season...

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  20. MLB Playoff Teams Beware: Cincinnati Can Go To World Series

    If someone had come up to me in April and said, "I bet the Cincinnati Reds will go to the World Series this year," I would have laughed and made jokes at their expense for such an idiotic prediction...

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  21. 10 Things to Look Forward to in the 2011 College Basketball Season

    With football just around the corner, the baseball playoff race in full swing, and the NBA gearing up for one of the most anticipated seasons in recent memory, many are forgetting about ...

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  22. What to Expect from Ohio State Basketball in 2010-11

    Yes, college football hasn't even started yet, but with so much uncertainty surrounding college basketball this upcoming season, and in particular, Ohio State, now is as good a time ...

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  23. Message To Rich Rodriguez: Win or Go Home

    It would be an understatement to say that the Rich Rodriguez era in Michigan has been a disappointment. Before he even coached his first game, nearly all of Michigan's offensive starters ...

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  24. The Sports Bucket List: 50 Things Fans Should See Before They Die

    The Bucket List is a film made in 2007 starring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson (hence the picture). The basic premise behind it is both characters are dying from terminal diseases...

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  25. Five Reasons To Become an Oklahoma City Thunder Fan

    Looking for an NBA team to hitch your bandwagon to? Sick of your favorite team making dumb decisions? Tired of your team's best player leaving for greener pastures (Cleveland, Toronto), ...

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