1. London 2012 Olympics: 8 Major Storylines Heading into the Games

    The 2012 Olympics in London are right around the corner, and I myself couldn’t be happier. There is plenty of intrigue heading into London, as these are the most highly anticipated Games ever...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about almost 2 years ago 259 reads 0 comments

  2. Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Handles Aggies: Sets Sights on Border War Matchup

    Kansas defeated Texas A&M 66-58 Wednesday night, in a somewhat ugly game. The Jayhawks got off to a fast start leading by as many as 18 points midway through the second half...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about over 2 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  3. BracketBusters: Who Gained and Who Lost in Weekend Action

    Another year and another great BracketBusters weekend. The thing that came out of this year's edition was that there may be more good mid-major teams this year than in any other...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about over 2 years ago 1,348 reads 6 comments

  4. NCAA Tourney: 5 Teams Playing Their Way Backwards into Bubble Status

    The bubble talk for the NCAA Tournament is really starting to heat up as we hit mid-February. This is the point in the season when teams need to buckle down and show the selection committee they are one of the 68 teams who belong in the dance...

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  5. BCS Projections After Week 11

    Week 11 saw some of the favorites in contention for the BCS title game fall, and fall hard; while others won, and won big...

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  6. Pac-12 Biggest Surprises and Disappointments Thus Far

    You could say that the Pac-12 has had a quieter year than some of the other BCS conferences to this point...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about over 2 years ago 1,447 reads 1 comments

  7. 2011-12 Men's College Basketball Preview: Pac-12 Looks to Climb Back to Top

    The 2011-2012 college basketball season officially gets underway tonight! Haven't we all waited for this day to come around. One of the games being played tonight involves last year's surprise Elite Eight performer, the Arizona Wildcats...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about over 2 years ago 2,814 reads 0 comments

  8. U.S. Open Tennis: 8 Guys, You Don't Want to See Early in Your Section

    Some of the top players say they don't look at their draws, and just go out and play their next match. How much stock you put in that is all up to you, but don't you think they have ...

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  9. Arizona Cardinals' Depth Chart Starting to Take Shape

    The Arizona Cardinals released their first depth chart a few days ago, and there aren't too many real surprises to speak of...

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  10. College Football 2011: Pac-12 Quarterback Power Rankings

    The Pac-12? Yes, it may take some time to get used to, but the Pac-10 is gone, and the Pac-12 is here with the additions of Colorado and Utah. With two more teams joining the conference, that means two more teams for us to analyze...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about almost 3 years ago 1,160 reads 7 comments

  11. NFL Trade Speculation: 6 Teams That Would Welcome Chad Ochocinco with Open Arms

    Chad Ochocinco has been quite the busy man this offseason. He first tried out for a Major League Soccer team. That didn't work out. He then tried to ride a bull. That went worse than his soccer tryout...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about almost 3 years ago 174 reads 0 comments

  12. Tennis Power Rankings: The Sport's 10 Biggest Underachievers Since 2000

    It happens quite often in tennis, the young stud in juniors who is labeled as the next big thing to hit the ATP tour. Sometimes, they pan out but not often. Most likely, the youngster gets to the tour with too big a head or is overwhelmed...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 21,428 reads 44 comments

  13. Wimbledon 2011: 7 Performances That Disappointed Us at the Championships

    Overall Wimbledon 2011 was pretty good to us tennis fans. We saw some really good matches and some really stellar play from the best players in the world...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 342 reads 2 comments

  14. 6 Trades Even the NFL Elite Would Have to Consider

    It's never really happened. Two or more big stars in the NFL getting traded for one another. Trades don't happen as much in the NFL as they do in the NBA or Major League Baseball, and if they do happen, it rarely involves a huge name...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  15. Wimbledon 2011: Maria Sharapova Rolls into Semifinal Looking Like Clear Favorite

    Maria Sharapova looked absolutely dominating in her 6-1, 6-1 victory over Dominika Cibulkova today, advancing herself to the Semifinals...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 240 reads 1 comments

  16. Wimbledon 2011: Power Ranking Federer, Nadal, Djokovic & the Players Still Alive

    The first week of Wimbledon has been stopped countless times due to the lovely summer-time London weather. Despite the stoppages, the tournament is completely caught up with all round of 16 matches to be played Monday...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 566 reads 3 comments

  17. Wimbledon 2011: Top 5 Up-and-Comers to Keep an Eye on at Wimbledon and Beyond

    It's a little late to get this article out, but these kids deserve the publicity. There seems to be a new crop of talent coming up to the top level of men's tennis. These guys will have tons of success within the next five years...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 351 reads 0 comments

  18. Caroline Wozniacki: Why World's No. 1 Won't Win at 2011 Wimbledon

    The question of when will, or sometimes can, Caroline Wozniacki win her first major title is always brought up before every major tournament. That same question was brought up coming into this year's Wimbledon Championships...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 1,410 reads 7 comments

  19. Wimbledon 2011: Some Top Contenders Struggle but All March onto Second Round

    All top contenders at this year's Wimbledon Championships were able to march through to the second round. Some were tested along the way though...

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  20. Wimbledon 2011: Power Ranking Maria Sharapova and the 12 Hottest Seeded Women

    Play begins tomorrow at the All England Club where 256 players will begin their quest to win the title at Wimbledon. Picking a winner on the men's side is not extremely difficult with guys like Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic all capable of winning...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 6,746 reads 1 comments

  21. Roger Federer: Why Wimbledon 2011 Will Forever Define His Career

    Roger Federer 's career is set in the history books of tennis. Nearly 800 career wins, 67 titles, 23 Major finals, 16 Major titles and 237 consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the world will do that for you...

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  22. Wimbledon 2011: Five Men Who Won't Advance as Far as They Did in 2010

    Yesterday I outlined the five men's players who will advance further this year at Wimbledon than they did last year. Today we will go over the five players who will not get as far this year as they did in 2010...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 1,256 reads 21 comments

  23. Wimbledon 2011: The Top 10 Men's Players Never to Win Wimbledon

    The Wimbledon Championships are the titles most players want to win over any others. Many players have won Wimbledon multiple times, including Pete Sampras (seven times), Roger Federer (six times), and Björn Borg (five times)...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 1,908 reads 4 comments

  24. Wimbledon 2011: Five Men Who Will Advance Further Than They Did in 2010

    Wimbledon 2010 saw its fair share of surprises. Whether that was Roger Federer losing to Tomas Berdych in the quarters, Andy Roddick losing to Yen-Hsun Lu in the fourth round, or the marathon that was John Isner-Nicolas Mahut...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 752 reads 5 comments

  25. Wimbledon 2011: Why Serena Williams Can Make a Deep Run in Her First Major Back

    Serena Williams will make her long anticipated return to the WTA tour this week at Eastbourne. However, it is her return to Wimbledon next week that everyone is looking forward to...

    Sean Clair Written by Sean Clair about 3 years ago 371 reads 0 comments