1. Jenn Brown: On a Journey To Be ESPN's Next Great Storyteller

    ESPN’s hit new college football sideline reporter Jenn Brown connects with Journey’s hit single, “Don’t Stop Believing,” but it’s not the iconic ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about almost 4 years ago 1,621 reads 3 comments

  2. ESPN's SportsNation Turns One after a Successful First Year

    BRISTOL, Conn. — Pioneers? Well, by their own admissions, the producers of ESPN's SportsNation don't consider themselves pioneers, but they are onto a new concept of television that keeps viewers involved throughout the show...

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  3. Wes Johnson Was a Superstar, but Andy Rautins Was Syracuse's MVP

    Each year, the Syracuse Orange Blogging Community organizes a series of awards for the past basketball season. These awards include "Best Freshman," "Best player/coach featured video," "Most Valuable Player," and many more...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 4 years ago 477 reads 2 comments

  4. Kris Joseph Finishes Season as Orange's Top Sophomore

    Each year, the Syracuse Orange Blogging Community organizes a series of awards for the past basketball season. These awards include "Best Freshman," "Best player/coach featured video," "Most Valuable Player," and many more...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about 4 years ago 480 reads 1 comments

  5. Gordon Hayward's Halfcourt Heave: Reaction to the Shot from Both Teams

    INDIANAPOLIS—The clock read 3.6 seconds. Duke led by one, and the Blue Devils' worst free throw shooter was on the line...

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  6. Duke Blue Devils Silence Doubters to Define Greatness in a Different Way

    INDIANAPOLIS–Defining greatness the past three seasons was practically as easy as it gets: Florida repeated as champions; Kansas won the toughest Final Four ever; and North Carolina throttled the NCAA Tournament field...

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  7. 2010 Final Four: Butler Isn't Butler If It Isn't Black and Blue

    INDIANAPOLIS— After Butler beat Michigan State, the Bulldogs looked like they each got in a fight with their mascot that watched on from the sideline. As Butler guard Ronald Nored said, "Everyone had scratches and bruises...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 154 reads 2 comments

  8. 2010 Final Four: Duke's Offense Will Cut Down the Nets on Monday Night

    INDIANAPOLIS— It's time to throw the old adage "defense wins championships" out the window because Duke's offense will cut down the nets Monday...

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  9. 2010 Final Four: Butler Prepares to Do What Michigan State Has Already Done

    INDIANAPOLIS—It's not every day that one of the final four remaining college basketball teams has to attend class and then take a bus ride across town to prepare for the biggest game in school history...

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  10. Final Four 2010: West Virginia Has a New Weapon Named Joe Mazzulla

    SYRACUSE, NY -- West Virginia had a plan to stop Kentucky that you could call "Operation Pestering DeMarcus...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,368 reads 9 comments

  11. Kentucky, West Virginia Prepared for Elite Eight Bloodbath

    SYRACUSE, N.Y.—The winners of the two East Regional semifinals set up an equation simple enough you don't need the boys from Cornell to solve it: What happens when you mix the ...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,368 reads 4 comments

  12. NCAA Sweet Sixteen: West Virginia Mountaineers Win With Old Fashioned Toughness

    SYRACUSE, N.Y.—Not too often does the style of a basketball team reflect the hardworking, tough nature of the state it represents...

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  13. NCAA Tournament 2010: No Truck Bryant? No Problem for West Virginia

    SYRACUSE, N.Y.—It was a bit startling to see how cheery the West Virginia players acted Wednesday during the pre-Sweet 16 media sessions after learning Darryl "Truck" Bryant would miss the rest of the season with a fractured foot...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 535 reads 0 comments

  14. NCAA Sweet 16 2010: Scott Drew Responsible for Making Baylor Relevant

    It's fitting that the Baptist Church is considered the Protestant denomination with the largest number of "born-again Christians" because Baylor, a school desperately in need of a rebirth in the early 2000s, is the largest Baptist university in the world.

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,530 reads 11 comments

  15. Sweet 16 Bracket: The 20 Top Sharpshooters Left in the 2010 NCAA Tournament

    Need a big shot? Need multiple three balls to complete a rally or simply just a rainmaker to halt a comeback? The following 20 players have you covered. Almost every team has a shooter, some have two or three, another has six as you'll find out...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 4,441 reads 9 comments

  16. 2010 NCAA Sweet 16: The 20 Most Important Players Remaining

    The 2009-2010 College Basketball season started with approximately 3500 scholarship student athletes competing for a national title. Now about 160 remain to fight for the right to be the kings of Indianapolis...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,040 reads 11 comments

  17. NCAA Tournament 2010: Kentucky, Syracuse New Favorites With Kansas Gone

    It shouldn't come as a shock that the other two no-brainers for No. 1 seeds, Kentucky and Syracuse are now the tournament favorites...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,224 reads 7 comments

  18. NCAA Tournament Scores and Results: Live Blogging the Second Round

    Cover It Live cannot be embedded in a Bleacher Report article, so I welcome you to click the link below, which will take you to my live blog of the final five games tonight. On the docket: Northern Iowa vs...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 538 reads 8 comments

  19. NCAA Tournament 2010: Power Ranking the 48 Teams Left

    With one day of the NCAA Tournament in the books, there's just 48 teams left battling to have their own "One Shining Moment." Here's a look at how the remaining 48 teams stack up after seeing 16 of them win on day one of the tournament...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 2,932 reads 14 comments

  20. Bobby Gonzalez Fired: Why He's Gone and What's Next For Seton Hall

    Bobby Gonzalez certainly took risks during the 2008-2009 season, accepting several high risk-high reward transfers in Herb Pope, Keon Lawrence, and Jeff Robinson...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 1,330 reads 11 comments

  21. NCAA Tournament 2010: The Top 65 Storylines and Reasons to Be Excited

    With the field set, Cinderella's slippers polished, and the Goliaths ready to wage war with each other, the 2010 NCAA Tournament is upon us...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 2,842 reads 19 comments

  22. NCAA Tournament 2010: Sorting Out Who Will Make up the Sweet 16

    The NCAA Tournament 2010 Bracket is out which means the debate to who will cut down the nets in Indianapolis can officially begin...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 2,893 reads 1 comments

  23. NCAA Bracket 2010: Final Projections for the 2010 NCAA Tournament

    My Final Bracket: Midwest (St. Louis) Oklahoma City 1 Kansas vs. 16 Arkansas Pine-Bluff/Robert Morris 8 Notre Dame vs. 9 Florida State San Jose 4 Vanderbilt vs. 13 Wofford 5 Wisconsin vs...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 599 reads 14 comments

  24. NCAA Tournament 2010: Champions' Characteristics & Teams That Have Them

    While basketball is a game won and loss because of perfectly executed back-cuts, flawless outlet passes, and technically sound box-outs, the game can also be broken down analytically...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 2,218 reads 5 comments

  25. NCAA Tournament 2010: What the Field Would Look Like if Nobody Went Pro

    Following the 2010-2011 NBA season, the collective bargaining agreement is set to run out. If that happens, the NBA could be headed towards a lockout...

    Jameson Fleming Written by Jameson Fleming about over 4 years ago 9,005 reads 67 comments