1. Notre Dame vs. Nevada Preview: The Pistol Offense Invades South Bend

    Much has been made of Notre Dame’s supposedly easier schedule but the Irish won’t get a break in their season opener. Notre Dame’s high expectations will be tested right out of the gates against a tough Nevada squad...

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  2. College Football Preview: 10 Surprise Teams for 2009

    Every year there are surprises in College Football and that's part of what can make the game so fun. Who will be this year’s Texas Tech and which team crashes the BCS party like Utah did ...

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  3. College Football Preview: Five Ranked Teams Likely To Disappoint In 2009

    It’s College Football time again and expectations are running rampant. It’s the time of the year where every team is undefeated and it seems as if the sky is the limit for programs with lofty expectations...

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  4. A Guide to the Indianapolis Colts' Coaching Changes

    The changes in the Colts coaching staff has been the biggest shake-up and attention grabber this off-season. Peyton Manning has already started to grumble and a successful transition could be the key it the Colts are going to win another Super Bowl...

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  5. From Colts Suck to Go Colts! My Journey as a Super Fan

    I was 10 years old when the Mayflower vans rolled out under the cover of darkness. They were headed to Indianapolis with the remnants of a proud franchise packed tightly inside...

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  6. A Mock B/R Interview With Colts Defensive Captain Gary Brackett

    Defensive Captain Gary Brackett made the Indianapolis Colts roster as an undrafted free agent in 2003. He was considered too small for the NFL but proved his critics wrong by leading the team in tackles and becoming a full time starter in 2005...

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  7. Can the Colts return to Miami for Super Bowl XLIV?

    The NFL offseason is a special time of the year when the teams and their legions of followers are invigorated with renewed optimism. Players and coaches endure mini-camps and toil in the hot summer sun, coming together in pursuit of a championship...

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  8. Legendary Indianapolis Colts Coaches Retire and the NFL Machine Rolls On

    Two more coaching legends have officially departed the Indianapolis Colts. Offensive coordinator Tom Moore and offensive line coach Howard Mudd, a pair of the NFL’s finest, have been forced into early retirement...

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  9. Big changes for the Indianapolis Colts in 2009?

    Are large scale schematic changes coming to the Indianapolis Colts this year? As casual and serious football fans will probably agree, quite frankly, no...

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  10. Auburn Spring Football Preview 2009

    Its football time on the plains again and spring practice in on the horizon. This year’s spring gives fans a mix of excitement and anxiety as a new coaching regime is in place and Auburn ...

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  11. UConn-Pitt: Panthers Claim Rematch with Huskies

    Sam Young poured in 31 points and 10 rebounds as No. 4 Pittsburgh defeated No. 1 Connecticut for the second time this year, 70-60. Pittsburgh is now the first team to beat a No...

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  12. UConn-Marquette: Jim Calhoun gets win No. 800 as UConn defeats Marquette, 93-82

    Jim Calhoun became the seventh member of the 800-win club and guard A.J. Price had a career night as No. 2 UConn outlasted No. 10 Marquette 93-82...

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  13. UConn-Syracuse: Huskies Lose Dyson But Steamroll Orange

    Jerome Dyson went down with a knee injury but No. 1 UConn kept rolling, beating Syracuse 63-49 at home. UConn (23-1, 11-1) has brought stability to the No. 1 ranking after a topsy-turvy month that saw four different teams hold the top spot...

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  14. Bob Knight to Prowl the Sidelines at Alabama?

    We have had time to digest the recent rumors that Bob Knight could return to coaching and he has been linked to the Georgia Bulldogs, but could it be another team that Knight has his eye on? ...

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  15. Memphis-Gonzaga: Tigers Destroy Bulldogs, 68-50

    No. 15 Memphis traveled to No. 18 Gonzaga in a rare and tasty Saturday night non-conference treat. The contest was full of intrigue and great match-ups...

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  16. UConn-Michigan: Huskies Survive Battle with Tenacious Wolverines

    The UConn Huskies proved they deserved the No. 1 ranking with a dominant performance against No. 7 Louisville on Monday, and they intended to hold on to that ranking at home in a late-season non-conference match up with Big Ten foe Michigan...

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  17. UConn-Louisville: Cardinals Lay an Egg As Huskies Hold on to No. 1 Ranking

    UConn proved it deserves the No. 1 ranking after dismantling Louisville 68-51. Led by a punishing inside game, the Huskies have bullied their way to the top of a crowded and talent-rich Big East Conference...

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  18. Led by Wolf Man Gregg Popovich, the Spurs Are Playing Scary Basketball

    After a rocky start, the San Antonio Spurs have clawed their way towards the top of the Western Conference, posting a 28-13 record, second in the West to the Los Angeles Lakers, who are 32-8...

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  19. Good-Bye Mr. Dungy, You Will Be Missed

    When Tony Dungy stepped down as coach of the Indianapolis Colts recently, it was a sad day for many people for many different reasons...

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