1. College Basketball: Towson Loses Record 35th Consecutive Game to Old Dominion

    While most of the 7,048 people that watched Old Dominion beat Towson 75-38 may not have realized the significance of the outcome, they witnessed history Saturday night...

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  2. College Basketball: Memphis PA Announcer Makes Embarrassing Mistake

    At the Memphis-Murray State game on Sunday, the PA Announcer made a potentially unforgivable mistake when doing the pre-game introductions...

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  3. College Basketball: Pac-12 Power Rankings as of December 6th

    In the inaugural Pac-12 season, the conference has gotten off to an embarrassingly bad start. The teams projected to finish at the top have yet to prove why they were deserving of ...

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  4. College Football: Why Fans of Playoff System Should Root for the UCLA Bruins

    If you are one of the many college football fans who are sick of the way the current national championship is set up, I encourage any one of you who aren't fans of the Oregon Ducks to root for the UCLA Bruins tonight in the Pac-12 Championship Game...

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  5. Arizona State Football: Star Linebacker Reportedly Punches Teammate

    According to an article on the popular sports website SportsbyBrooks , star ASU linebacker Vontaze Burfict reportedly punched a teammate following a practice last week...

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  6. Women's World Cup 2011: Why Americans Should Rejoice in Japan's Victory

    Most Americans consider the 1980 US Men's Hockey Team "Miracle on Ice" victory over the USSR in the semifinal match of the Olympics as the greatest sporting event in the history of our country...

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  7. College Basketball Recruiting: New ACC Coaches Already Making Their Mark

    Anyone who was doubting the recruiting abilities of two new hires in the ACC was served a reality check this week, as Maryland's Mark Turgeon and North Carolina State's Mark Gottfried ...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about 3 years ago 1,911 reads 2 comments

  8. College Basketball: Momo Jones Deciding to Transfer, 5 Potential Landing Spots

    In a decision that was a little bit surprising to myself and other Arizona fans, the Wildcats' 2010-2011 starting point guard Lamont "Momo" Jones has decided to transfer, in order to be closer to his ailing grandmother, who lives in New York...

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  9. Giants Quarter-Season Report: San Fran Has Issues but Is in Position to Repeat

    If I told you that a quarter of the way into the 2011 season, the Giants were last in the National League in runs, second to last in on-base percentage, their best hitter was on ...

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  10. Texas A&M Coaching Search: Aggies Hire Billy Kennedy

    Texas A&M has hired Murray State coach Billy Kennedy, according to an article on espn.com. Kennedy will replace Mark Turgeon who took the Maryland head coaching job, following Gary Williams' retirement...

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  11. Indiana Basketball: 2011-2012 Could Be Make or Break Season for Tom Crean

    It doesn't seem all that long ago that Indiana was playing Maryland for the 2002 national championship. At the time, the Hoosiers were still one of the premier basketball programs in the country...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about 3 years ago 1,354 reads 10 comments

  12. College Basketball: Miller's Extension Proves Arizona Is Elite

    For three days, all I heard from many sportswriters and people who had sources "close to the situation" was that there was a good chance Arizona's head coach Sean Miller would be leaving Tucson to go to Maryland...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about 3 years ago 717 reads 5 comments

  13. Los Angeles Dodgers Taken over by Major League Baseball

    Once considered one of the most stable sports franchises in America, the Los Angeles Dodgers are now being run by Major League Baseball, due to the financial problems of owner Frank McCourt...

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  14. College Basketball 2011: Season in Review

    The college basketball season has officially ended, meaning it is time to look back on one of the most memorable years of hoops in recent memory...

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  15. Final Four: UConn Is America's Premier Basketball University

    When someone thinks of the top destinations to play college basketball, the towns Lawrence, Lexington, Chapel Hill, and Durham usually come to mind...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about over 3 years ago 1,065 reads 9 comments

  16. Arizona Basketball: How a Road Trip To Tulsa Turned Unforgettable (Part 2)

    Afternoon of March 18 Following the end of Arizona's 77-75 victory over the Memphis Tigers, my dad and I head to the local DoubleTree Hotel where the team and majority of Arizona fans are staying...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about over 3 years ago 436 reads 1 comments

  17. How a Road Trip to Tulsa Turned into an Unforgettable Experience (Part 1)

    Through a trip to Tulsa, I went from never seeing Derrick Williams play in-person, to having met him, while watching the future NBA lottery pick lead Arizona to a remarkable Sweet 16 run...

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  18. NCAA Tournament: How Does Your Bracket Fare Against These Celebrities' Picks?

    Following the conclusion of Saturday's final NCAA tournament game, most people's brackets are either looking pretty good or have been busted. The same is true for celebrities who publicly posted their tournament picks online...

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  19. March Madness 2011 Bracket: President Obama Has a Near Perfect "Baracket"

    While Barack Obama was dealing with multiple international crises, he also must have been watching a whole lot of college basketball...

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  20. Arizona Basketball: Making a Case for Derrick Williams as Player of the Year

    Would you believe me if I told you that there is a 6'8" power forward that averages 19 points and eight rebounds a game while making a ridiculous 60 percent of his 3-pointers? Meet Derrick Williams ...

    Ezra Amacher Written by Ezra Amacher about over 3 years ago 884 reads 3 comments

  21. NCAA Tournament: Why Memphis vs. Arizona Is the Most Intriguing Game

    Living in St. Louis, it is not very often that I get to watch quality basketball first hand. So in November 2009, when I saw that the defending national champion, the Kansas Jayhawks, ...

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  22. March Madness 2011: Predictions for Every Play-in Game

    The field of 68 is set, and after a long weekend of debating who would make the Big Dance and who would be left out, it is time for us to turn our attention to the actual games...

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  23. March Madness 2011: The Blind Resume Test

    Selection Sunday is upon us and in a few hours, we will know the fate of every bubble team. But for now, it is time to look at each bubble team's blind resume, meaning that you will see the team's stats without knowing who they belong to...

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  24. Big East Tournament: Refs Miss Obvious Calls, Red Storm Win in Dramatic Fashion

    When St. John's Dwight Hardy possibly stepped on the baseline while scoring the winning basket for the Red Storm against Pittsburgh on February 19, many basketball fans around the ...

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  25. March Madness: Predicting the Outcomes of the First Week of Conference Tourneys

    March Madness is under way, with most of the low to mid major conferences having already began their tournaments...

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