1. Kentucky Derby TV Schedule: Times and Channel Listings for 138th Derby

    The race day schedule for the Kentucky Derby will commence with Derby Day Coverage on Horse Racing TV at 9:30 a.m. ET. The coverage will move to the NBC Sports Network for five hours of the Derby Undercard and Stakes Race Coverage at 11 a...

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  2. Kentucky Derby 2012 Post Positions: Where the Top Contenders Are Slotted

    Mike Battaglia has been setting Derby Odds since 1975 said this is one of his toughest derbies to set. He was quoted in the Sporting News as saying the Derby is usually between two ...

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  3. Kentucky Derby 2012: Current Betting Odds from Favorites to Longshots

    Mike Battaglia, who has been making odds for the Kentucky Derby, has called this year perhaps his toughest yet in terms of setting them...

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  4. Kentucky Derby: A Look at the Historically Best Post Positions

    A lot is made over the post position a horse draws in the Kentucky Derby, but how important is it when determining who will win? Securing a position in the first 10 gates greatly increases your chance of victory—it's happened 90 times, in fact...

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  5. 2012 NFL Schedule: Which Games to Watch Every Week

    The NFL has become appointment TV every Sunday. Fans don't have to sit on the couch anymore to watch a game. Laptops, tablets and cell phones make it possible for us to get our NFL fix wherever we are...

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  6. The 25 Best Teams That Didn't Win the NCAA Championship

    It takes a special team, and often a lot of luck to win an NCAA championship. The best team doesn’t always win. Even at the best programs, their best team isn’t necessarily the one that won a title...

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  7. Anthony Davis and the Top 25 Freshman Performances in Final Four History

    Anthony Davis' performance in the 2012 NCAA tournament will become legendary. As a freshman he dominated as Kentucky won its first NCAA championship in 14 years, a 67-59 victory over the Kansas Jayhawks...

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  8. NCAA Tournament 2012: Ranking Top 25 Greatest Final Four Games Ever

    The Final Four is arguably the second biggest sporting event annually in the United States. When the last four teams standing converge for college basketball 's final weekend, anything can happen...

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  9. McDonald's All-American Game 2012: Live Score, Results, Highlights and Analysis

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  10. 10 Coaches Whose Stocks Have Risen During the 2012 NCAA Tournament

    NCAA tournament appearances and success can often define a coach's tenure at a school and his career in total. Most coaches start at mid-majors or smaller and then work their way up...

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  11. NCAA Tournament 2012 TV Schedule: Previewing the Midwest Region

    Top-seed North Carolina and No. 2 Kansas highlight the play as the Midwest region commences play in the 2012 NCAA tournament. North Carolina is out to improve on its loss in the ACC championship game to Florida State...

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  12. The 25 Greatest Games in NCAA Tournament History

    We all remember where we were during the greatest games in NCAA Tournament history. From Bird vs. Magic, Laettner shot and Mario Chalmers game tying three. Many of these moments define a player, coach, school or generation...

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  13. The Top 25 NCAA Tournament Upsets of the 21st Century

    The turn of the century has changed the college landscape forever. The one-and-done rule was instituted by the NBA in 2005, making high school players ineligible to be drafted...

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  14. Todd Bozeman and 12 Coaches Who Have Been Fired or Whose Jobs Are in Jeopardy

    This is the time of year college basketball fans live for. Selection Sunday is one of the most anticipated days on the American sports landscape and it has been estimated that the loss of income on "Bracket Monday" is over one billion dollars...

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  15. The 10 Best Wild-Card Games in NFL History

    Wild-Card weekend gives eight teams a new beginning to the season. It features teams like the Saints, who had a great season yet have to play one extra game, to teams like the 2007 ...

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  16. Players to Watch on Every NBA Team for the 2012 Season

    With the lockout-shortened NBA season, the league will face a sprint to the playoffs as each team will play 66 games in four months. Having a deep team will take on more importance than ever, so each team will have a player to watch...

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  17. Chris Paul and 10 Trades That Changed NBA History

    There has been a lot of discussion about whether or not Chris Paul should have been allowed to be traded to the Lakers. Paul would have teamed with Kobe Bryant to form one of the best backcourts in NBA history ...

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  18. Chris Paul and 10 Acquisitions That Changed the Los Angeles Lakers

    The Lakers always seem to get their man. From Wilt to Kareem, Magic to Shaq, Kobe to Pau and now possibly Chris Paul . The Lakers have been a part of some of the biggest free-agent acquisitions and trades in NBA History...

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  19. A Look Back at Entourage Sports Guest Stars and Cameos

    Ever since its creation, Entourage has leaned heavily on its guests stars. Sports have been a big part of that. The first sports guests occurred on the show's third episode in its first season...

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  20. The 10 Greatest Men's Grass Court Players During the Open Era

    Although the grass court season is short, the discussion about the greatest grass court player ever can inspire lively debates. The US and Australian Open used to be contested on Grass...

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  21. Top 25 Women in the Open Era

    When discussing the Greatest Male Players in the Open Era , the top of the list usually begins and ends with Pete Sampras and Roger Federer . Some might throw in Rod Laver, but the list is short...

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  22. The Top 25 Men's Players During the Open Era

    Rafael Nadal ’s win over Roger Federer for his record tying sixth French Open title has put him in the discussion for the greatest player ever. The win was his tenth grand slam title, which is the fifth most in the Open Era...

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  23. Why the 2011 French Open Men's Semifinals Are the Best in Grand Slam History.

    With upsets dominating the women’s side in 2011, it has been the men generating the star power. The top four men’s seeds advanced the to semifinals...

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  24. Ten Reasons Why Maria Sharapova Is the New Favorite to Win the French Open

    After years of battling injuries, Maria Sharapova seems to be the healthiest she has been in years. The draw seems to be falling in place for her to make a run for her first grand slam title since 2008...

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  25. 2011 French Open: How Kim Clijsters Loss Affects the Women's Draw

    Kim Clijsters 3-6, 7-5,6-1 loss to Arantxa Rus in the second round of the French Open has created a creator in the bottom half of the draw. Clijsters entered the 2011 French Open with a 27-2 record in her last five Grand Slams...

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