1. DREAM 1 Results: Cro Cop Wins

    I am glad to see Mirko Cro Cop Filipovic is out of the octagon and back in the ring. Cro Cop fought Tatsuya Mizuno last night in DREAM 1 (DREAM Heiwa). Cro Cop knocked out Mizuno early in the fight...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,423 reads 3 comments

  2. 2008 National Champs: The Georgetown Hoyas

    The Georgetown Hoyas will make the Final Four and possibly win it all this year. Their play in the Big East Tournament has suggested this. First of all, the Hoyas offense is running better than it has all season...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,039 reads 4 comments

  3. Olsen and Paterno Keep Coaching Despite Age or Money

    Lute Olsen took the 2007-2008 season off because he said he had an undisclosed medical condition, which was not life threatening, and may not have been a medical condition but a marital condition...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 593 reads 3 comments

  4. Big East Men's Basketball Awards

    It is time to pay homage to the Big East Conference, undoubtedly the best in college basketball this year. The following are projections of the Big East awards, which will be announced Tuesday, March 11th...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,760 reads 16 comments

  5. The UFC Needs to Change

    Do not get me wrong—I love the Ultimate Fighting Championship and mixed martial arts. I began viewing the sport in the mid to late 1990s. The early UFC’s "no holds barred," no weight classes, David vs...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,499 reads 16 comments

  6. From Caron Butler to Chris Andersen: How Should We Handle Troubled Athletes?

    Sports at all levels give athletes multiple chances to succeed. Sometimes those chances payoff, other times they do not. Chris "Birdman" Andersen rejoined the New Orleans Hornets yesterday...

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  7. NCAA Tournament Closes In: March Madness Can Be Cruel

    Weeks ago you were walking around with confidence, a new blow-out hair cut, and a popped collar—you were ready to go to the Big Dance...

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  8. NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch: The Atlantic 10

    The Atlantic 10 Conference is probably the most difficult to figure out. When Selection Sunday occurs on March 16th, it is entirely possible that only one team will receive a bid...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,046 reads 4 comments

  9. Bubble Watch: The Big 12

    The Big 12 Conference could receive as many six NCAA Tournament bids, because many of its bubble teams have strong RPI rankings between 31-43. Conference play has now been completed...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,962 reads 6 comments

  10. New York Mets' Starting Pitching is NL's Best

    On paper the New York Mets have arguably the deepest pitching rotation in the National League. If their pitching can stay healthy the Mets will return to the postseason after their embarrassing collapse late last year...

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  11. NCAA Tournament Bubble Watch, Pt. II: The ACC

    The ACC regular season is now complete and only three teams have locked up NCAA bids (North Carolina, Duke, Clemson). The Miami Hurricanes will most likely be the last ACC team that gets into the NCAA tournament...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 1,314 reads 6 comments

  12. Bubble Watch: The Big East

    The Big East has wrapped up its regular season and the conference tournament begins March 12th at the Madison Square Garden. Syracuse and Villanova, both 9-9 in conference play, are still in consideration for an at-large berth...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 785 reads 8 comments

  13. College Basketball: The Sixth Man

    College basketball is all about atmosphere. The unique cheers and fight songs from the pep band and student section make almost any college game exciting to watch...

    Todd Parmelee Written by Todd Parmelee about over 6 years ago 3,417 reads 1 comments

  14. Steroids and Baseball: Some Final Thoughts

    The ‘Governator’ - Yes, Arnold Schwarzenegger admitted to using steroids during the 1970's, while they were still legal...

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  15. UConn Depaul

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  16. Price is Right Now for UConn

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  17. Calhoun's Creations: UConn Boasts Most All-Stars With 3

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  18. UConn-South Florida: Austrie's Buzzer-Beater Spoils Upset Bid

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