1. NCAA Tournament: Stone Cold Locks & Bubble Talk, February 21st, 2011 Edition

    Welcome back to another year of Stone Cold Locks & Bubble Talk. I had planned on starting this article a little earlier than I did last year by writing the first one in early ...

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  2. The Official 2010 Division-by-Division Picks for This NFL Season

    Well, the last week of the preseason wrapped up on Thursday, and that means that it's time for me to make a fool of myself in my Official NFL Predictions for the 2010 season...

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  3. History Made: Philadelphia Flyers' Comeback a Set of Unbelievable Stories

    As a Flyer fan, I sat in my room watching the post-game interviews, agog at the events that had unfolded. "How did we get here?" I asked aloud...

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  4. NCAA March Madness: Breaking Down the Brackets

    Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks earned the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament. But how does their path to the Final Four compare to the other No...

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  5. NCAA Tournament Projections: Stone Cold Locks and Bubble Talk

    Do any of these bubble teams actually WANT to make the tournament? In the past two days alone, we have seen a number of teams' bubble runs end, and the only ones who seem to be holding form are the ones who haven't had the chance to play yet...

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  6. NCAA Tourney Projection: Stone Cold Locks And Bubble Talks—Third Edition

    Now that Championship Week is getting underway, I'm going to be doing more regular updates to Stone Cold Locks and Bubble Talks...

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  7. NCAA Tourney Projection: Stone Cold Locks & Bubble Talks, Second Edition

    A week has passed, and now it's time to take another look at the likely field for the NCAA Tournament. I'm going to skip the thorough introduction I did for my initial piece and just get into the groupings...

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  8. NCAA Tournament Field Projection: Stone Cold Locks and Bubble Talks

    With only one week left to go before March and its inevitable Madness, I think it's a good time to start looking at who's likely in and out of the NCAA Tournament...

    Tom Davis Written by Tom Davis about almost 5 years ago 166 reads 2 comments

  9. The Best and Worst of the Super Bowl Commercials

    Super Bowl Sunday brought us great drama, punishing hits, suspense, feel-good stories, and even a couple of laughs. Oh, and they also apparently played a football game...

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  10. A 96-Team NCAA Tournament: Boon Or Folly?

    There has been a great deal of talk about the NCAA expanding the men's basketball tournament, either to 68 or 96 teams. Apparently it is becoming more than just talk; Sports by Brooks reports that a 96 team-tournament is a "done deal...

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  11. Is Halfback a "Need" Position for Green Bay?

    For the second straight year, Ryan Grant ran for more than 1,200 yards in 2009. As a matter of fact, his 1,253 yards finished seventh in the league, despite averaging only 17...

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  12. How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Pro Bowl?

    The Pro Bowl is upcoming this week, being played both before the Super Bowl and out of Hawai'i for the first time since its inception. Already, there have been many complaints by fans and players alike...

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  13. Does the Super Bowl Matchup Definitively End the Rest vs. Rust Debate?

    For only the third time since the NFL adopted the twelve-team playoff format in 1990, both the AFC and NFC's top overall seeds have made it to the Super Bowl...

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  14. The Packer Fan's Quandary: Saints or Vikings This Weekend?

    For those of you who are wondering, no, this will not be a Brett Favre love fest-related argument. As much as I love the guy and everything he did for the Green Bay Packers organization over ...

    Tom Davis Written by Tom Davis about almost 5 years ago 456 reads 7 comments

  15. Packers-Cardinals: It's the Schedule, Stupid

    The most common argument I've heard to diminish the accomplishments of the Packers, and to back up the Cardinals, is the following: "Yeah, the Packers are 11-5, but they haven't played anyone all year...

    Tom Davis Written by Tom Davis about almost 5 years ago 616 reads 4 comments

  16. The Case Against the BCS

    I'm here to present the prosecution's case in Football Fans of America vs. The BCS . Many arguments have been made against the BCS by my fellow prosecutors, most having to do with the fairness ...

    Tom Davis Written by Tom Davis about 5 years ago 1,036 reads 0 comments

  17. Hate the Yankees? Then Do Yourself a Favor, and Root For the Yankees!

    It may be the second-most often heard phrase in professional sports, trailing only "Brett Favre is considering (un)retiring": "The Yankees win the World Series!" All together, the Yankees have ...

    Tom Davis Written by Tom Davis about 5 years ago 276 reads 2 comments

  18. Looking Back at The U.S. Open

    I chose to write an article about tennis, specifically the U.S. Open, since I have played tennis since I was very young, and it is still one of my favorite sports both to play and to watch...

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  19. Fragile Ground: Packers Win in Spite of Running Woes

    The three most important stats from the Packers-Bears game on Sunday night: 1. The Packers' defense held Chicago's offense to 13 points. 2. The Packers were plus-4 in turnover margin. 3...

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  20. Strong Preseason Makes Green Bay Look Like a Contender

    Only one thing is certain when it comes to predicting how the NFL season: no one, not even the "experts," have a clue. There will always be the team that is the popular sleeper pick that goes nowhere, (e...

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  21. Out Of Bounds: Fallout From The Prince Fielder-Guillermo Mota Dust-Up

    Now I don't follow baseball too closely (mainly because with the exception of last year, the team of my heritage, the Milwaukee Brewers, haven't made the playoffs while I have been ...

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  22. Green Bay Suffers Huge Loss On and Off The Field

    Not only did Green Bay lose its first game of the season to Dallas 27-16 in a game that was not nearly as close as the score indicates, but first string cornerback Al Harris may be done for the year as well...

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