1. Aaron Craft Lane Violation: Officials Make Correct Call Against Ohio State

    This sure has been the NCAA tournament of costly late-game lane violations, with Ohio State the latest team penalized after guard Aaron Craft crossed the free-throw line too early during a crucial last-ditch phase of the Buckeyes' tilt with Kansas...

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  2. Los Angeles Clippers Not a Championship Team as Long as Negative Thoughts Exist

    Though the Los Angeles Clippers have won four straight, looks can be deceiving: this is not an NBA Finals-caliber team—not yet. This isn't to say the Clippers aren't capable of performing well in waning months of the 2012 season, far from it...

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  3. Tiger Woods Masters: Win at Arnold Palmer Will Do Wonders for PGA at Augusta

    The Tiger Woods saga is tailor-made for television soap operas and made-for-TV movies. Once a golfer who had it all, Woods lost it all just as quickly, and is now trying to claw ...

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  4. NIT 2012: Stanford Cardinal Sure to Head Home with Tourney Title

    When third-seeded Stanford takes on sixth-seeded Minnesota Thursday at Madison Square Garden, the Cardinal will use its many advantages to claim victory and take the NIT championship back to Palo Alto, California...

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  5. Final Four Schedule 2012: Kansas vs. Ohio State Sure to Be an Instant Classic

    Kansas and Ohio State are ready to combine for a 2012 NCAA Tournament first when they hit the floor during this Saturday's Final Four in New Orleans—the Buckeyes and Jayhawks ...

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  6. Louisville vs. Kentucky: Cardinals' Momentum Won't Top Wildcats' Size

    The Louisville Cardinals have had a nice run in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, but that journey will come to an end Saturday at the hands of the Kentucky Wildcats. When the Cardinals and Wildcats first met on Dec...

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  7. CBI 2012: Why the NCAA Would Be Wise to Look at CBI's Championship Series Format

    The NCAA tournament's 68-team format is flawed and college's forgettable postseason tournament of inconspicuous repute has the answer. For those wondering what "CBI" might stand for, follow along—NCAA tournament, NIT, CBI...

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  8. Masters 2012: Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson Will Give Tiger Trouble at Augusta

    Tiger Woods might have won the Arnold Palmer Invitational—his first PGA Tour win since the BMW Championship 923 days ago—but don't expect Woods to sail smoothly to victory at Augusta next week...

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  9. Nike NFL Uniforms: Why Now Is the Best Time for Apparel Giant to Take over Unis

    After 10 years of Reebok, the NFL will finally up its style game by changing uniform and apparel sponsorship, adding Nike and New Era to replace Reebok and Adidas...

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  10. MLB Trade Scenarios: 5 Teams Who'll Go After Matt Cain If He's Available

    Matt Cain may leave San Francisco in 2012. Though both Cain and the Giants have indicated a mutual desire to agree on a contract extension prior to April's Opening Day, sources have ...

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  11. Tim Duncan: Does Spurs' Franchise Player Have a Referee Problem?

    Spurs power forward/center Tim Duncan picked up a technical Sunday for chipping at NBA referee Josh Tiven. This is hardly Duncan's first rodeo...

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  12. March Madness 2012: What Top Experts' Brackets Look Like Now

    The 2012 NCAA tournament, like many before, has had its fair share of upsets and surprises. From No. 15 Lehigh's 75-70 victory over No...

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  13. LA Angels: From Morales to Trumbo, Everything Falling into Place for Halos

    Los Angeles Angels fans should feel very fortunate. In a city that features one professional sports franchise with a head coach on his way out and another with an owner slated ...

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  14. NCAA Tournament 2012: Live Reaction, Scores and Highlights for West Region

    Today was the first day any region experienced all upset wins during the 2012 NCAA Tournament. Ah, it must be the Sweet 16. Read on for a transcript of Thursday's live blog: Welcome to Phoenix, Arizona and the West Region for today's Sweet 16 games...

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  15. Arizona Diamondbacks: 5 Shortstops They Could Acquire to Replace Stephen Drew

    With last week's news that Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew will likely start the 2012 regular season on the disabled list, the club is left with the precarious question of how to field Drew's replacement...

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  16. Kendrys Morales: What LA Angels Slugger's Spring Training Return Will Show Us

    When Los Angeles Angels first baseman Kendrys Morales donned a Halos uniform for the last time during the 2010 season, no one expected he would miss almost 22 months before appearing in another MLB game...

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  17. Nick Young Trade Sets Clock Ticking for Clippers Forward Bobby Simmons

    When the Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Bobby Simmons to his second 10-day contract of the 2012 season on Mar. 9, the team bought itself some time to make a trade prior to last Thursday's deadline...

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  18. NCAA Lane Violation: Referees Must Always Be Fair, Analysts Must Know the Rules

    Two rounds into March Madness, some fans have been crying foul over NCAA Tournament officials' consistent enforcement of NCAA basketball's lane violation rule, first in Thursday's UNC-Asheville vs...

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  19. NCAA Live Stream: How to Watch Today's Matchups

    After Friday's flurry of upsets headlined by No. 2 seeds Duke and Missouri falling prey to No. 15 seeds Lehigh and Norfolk State, respectively, it is time for Round 3 of the NCAA tournament...

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  20. NCAA Scores 2012: 5 Outcomes That Obliterated March Madness Brackets

    After our first 16 games of the NCAA tournament's bracket bedlam, most games played out as expected—No. 3 Marquette's 88-68 defeat of the No. 14 play-in BYU Cougars came as a surprise to no one...

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  21. Arizona Diamondbacks: 10 Prospects Who Will Impact MLB by 2015

    As the Arizona Diamondbacks continue their 2012 spring training preseason, fans of the 2011 NL West champs will note that at 4-9, the D-Backs aren't exactly tearing it up in the Cactus League...

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  22. Syracuse vs. UNC-Asheville: Analysis of Referee's Calls

    UNC-Asheville had hoped to make history Thursday evening by becoming the first 16th seed to defeat a No. 1 seed during the NCAA Basketball Tournament otherwise known as March Madness...

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  23. NCAA Tournament 2012: Live Scores, Highlights and Analysis for West Region

    Welcome to the most wonderful times of the sports year, March Madness and the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Day One—or the Second Round, as it's officially known—starts now, with the West Region...

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  24. Barack Obama Bracket: Breaking Down the President's Picks

    In what has become an annual tradition, United States President Barack Obama has once again unveiled his March Madness bracket to ESPN's Andy Katz as part of Wednesday's morning edition of the network's flagship program, SportsCenter...

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  25. NCAA Bracket 2012: Last-Minute Expert Bracket Predictions

    March Madness is here and by now, you've probably ingested enough NCAA bracket material to last until 2017. From ESPN to Fox Sports, NBC and beyond, it seems as if there is an expert from every imaginable corner of the country...

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