1. Top Ten Players from Non-BCS Conferences in the 2010 NFL Draft

    The NFL Draft has become one of the biggest sporting events of the year. It has become so big, that the NFL has spread it out over three days for the first time this year...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about 4 years ago 554 reads 1 comments

  2. The Ten Most Memorable Shots in NBA Playoff History

    Game winning shots are the stuff that legends are made of. Some are iconic players like Jerry West or Michael Jordan. Others were in the right place at the right time and seized the opportunity like John Paxson and Gar Heard...

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  3. Wrigley Field Opens for 2010 Season with Numerous Changes

    Over the years, Cubs fans have clamored to keep Wrigley Field the way it is. It took a monumental leap to have night games, events other than sporting events and making any cosmetic changes to Wrigley Field ...

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  4. Top 10 Players that Should Skip the 2010 NBA Draft and Return to College

    When to enter the NBA Draft for many college basketball players can be a difficult decision. A great performance late in the season can often vault a player's profile higher than his actual talent...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about 4 years ago 4,867 reads 12 comments

  5. The 50 Most Compelling Comebacks In Sports History

    As long as sports have been around comebacks have been romanticized. Many fallen heroes past transgressions are forgotten when they return to do battle again. In some cases, our fallen heroes have regressed and returned more than once...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 22,599 reads 12 comments

  6. The Most Memorable Chicago White Sox Opening Days

    Opening Day brings a new sense of excitement and hope for all 30 teams in baseball. Opening days have been honored with parades, ring ceremonies and Presidents throwing out the first pitch...

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  7. Expect the Unexpected When the Final Four is in Indianapolis

    With Indianapolis getting set to host its sixth Final Four, another unusual quad descends on the Circle City. Every year the Final Four has been in Indianapolis, something memorable or out of the ordinary has occurred...

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  8. The Ten Most Impactful Injuries in NCAA Tournament History

    Injuries that limit a player's effectiveness or knock a player out of the NCAA Tournament will make fans, supporters, and those close to a program to wonder "what if" infinitely...

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  9. The Top 20 Second Round Upsets in NCAA Tournament History

    First round upsets are what define the tournament and put the mad in March Madness. The second round is often more impactful on the outcome of who wins the championship or who goes home early and disappointed...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 4,797 reads 7 comments

  10. The 30 Hottest Women of the 2010 Women's NCAA Tournament

    Most men notice the cheerleaders on the sidelines when they search for eye candy watching a college basketball game. The women who game also provide some nice looks as well...

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  11. The Dozen Biggest First-Round Upsets in NCAA Tournament History

    When the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, upsets became the fuel that helped the tourney grow. Villanova made an improbable run to the championship as an eight seed in the first year of the 64 team tournament...

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  12. Fifteen Unheralded Players to Watch in the 2010 NCAA Tournament

    Every year a player comes out of nowhere to help his team make a deep run in the tournament, has a performance that plays a large part in his team springing a huge first round upset ...

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  13. The 25 Hottest Cheerleaders of the 2010 NCAA Tournament

    With the NCAA set to commence on Thursday, most of the talk will surround Kansas quest to win a second national title in three years, Kentucky trying to reach its first Final Four ...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 1,579 reads 15 comments

  14. Did Pac-10 Basketball Have Its Worst Season Ever in 2010?

    The 2010 season has been one of the worst in Pac-10 history. After many years ranked among the elite conferences in the country, the Pac-10 has fallen quickly in 2010...

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  15. The Top 20 American Stories at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics

    There were many stories at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics that touched us all, inspired us to cheer and instilled nationalistic pride...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 1,142 reads 4 comments

  16. America's 20 Hottest Olympians at Vancouver 2010

    These women prove that you can be beautiful and and also compete at sports highest level. Some like Julia Mancuso, Linsday Vonn and Gretchen Bleiler are stars in their sports...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 28,775 reads 0 comments

  17. 10 Super Bowl XLIV Parties You Won't Be Attending

    Many have suggested that the Monday after the Superbowl should be declared a national holiday. The marriage of the Super Bowl being in one of America's biggest cities to party in with team that ...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 1,297 reads 4 comments

  18. Should the Chargers Have Kept Drew Brees?

    At the conclusion of the 2005 season the Chargers faced a major decision. Keep Drew Brees or hand over the Quarterback position to Philip Rivers who had been waiting in the wings...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 4,179 reads 53 comments

  19. Covering the Announcers: Nantz and Simms Inconsistent on Ravens-Pats

    The AFC Wild-Card game between the Baltimore and New England started off with a bang. The Ravens Ray Rice ran 83 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. CBS' lead announcer Jim Nantz was on the mark right from the start...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 236 reads 5 comments

  20. What Arizona Needs To Do To Extend their NCAA Tournament Streak To 26

    After two years of uncertainty, Sean Miller has finally brought stability to Arizona. The biggest question facing Miller when he took the job in Tucson would be whether or not he could take Arizona to a 26th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance...

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  21. Arizona Shouldn't Be Embarrassed After Losing Holiday Bowl

    Arizona's 33-0 loss to Nebraska in the Holiday Bowl was an exercise in futility. Nebraska dominated from start to finish. The Wildcats set dubious Holiday Bowl records with only six first downs, 109 yards of offense, 51 offensive plays and nine punts...

    Alan Rubenstein Written by Alan Rubenstein about over 4 years ago 638 reads 2 comments

  22. Northwestern Ranked For The First Time in Over 40 Years

    When fall basketball practice began, many were touting the 2010 season as the year that Northwestern would finally make the NCAA Tournament...

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  23. Stoops Prepares To Coach Last Game at Arizona

    Mark Stoops joined his brother Mike at Arizona in 2004. They embarked on a journey to turn around a program that had not had a winning season in six years, had suffered through four consecutive losing seasons, and was coming off a 2-10 season in 2003...

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  24. Chicago's Top Sports Stories of 2009

    The 2009 Chicago Sports landscape has seen new stars emerge, others arrive in town and some that fell flat. There have been amazing games, playoff series that defied logic, awards, injuries, ...

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  25. Agassi Tops Federer for 2009 Tennis Story of the Year

    The story of the year in Tennis should have been Roger Federer finally breaking through and eclipsing Pete Sampras' record of 14 career Grand Slam titles...

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