1. The West Region: Can UConn Survive?

    If you are looking for poetic justice, look no further than the West Region. Memphis was lobbying for a No. 1 seed since they wrapped up yet another Conference USA Tournament. After UConn, the region’s No...

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  2. The Midwest Region: Previewing Louisville's Potential Run to Detroit

    The Midwest Region is pretty cut and dry. Headlined by the No. 1 overall seed Louisville, there are few matchups that appear to have upset potential...

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  3. Ohio State Tops Michigan State, Purdue Awaits In Big Ten Championship

    "I'm trying to decide, am I more disappointed with us or more impressed with the way they shot the ball?" Michigan State coach, Tom Izzo said. "The better team won today. It's disappointing, because I don't think we gave it our best shot...

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  4. Missouri Tigers: Big XII Champs Set Sights On Big Dance

    The Missouri Tigers have won their first Big XII Tournament Championship. After up-ending Baylor 73-60, the Tigers are now turning their attention to the NCAA Tournament. This will be the first time since 2003 that Mizzou will be in the “Bid Dance

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  5. Syracuse-UConn: What Did We Learn?

    There will be a lot written about the historical significance of last night’s thriller between the UConn Huskies and Syracuse Orange...

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  6. Blake Griffin: Ready to Take Over The NCAA Tournament

    He is the best player in college basketball. He is a lock to be a lottery pick in the NBA draft, and will most likely go No. 1 overall. In a long list of one and done college players, Blake Griffin is the latest, and maybe the greatest, to come along...

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  7. DeJuan Blair: Poised To Lead Pitt to Detroit

    DeJuan Blair may be the most important player to his team in the country. He is certainly the toughest, strongest, and nastiest player in the paint. He comes up big in important games, and may even body slam the opposition...

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  8. Do the Louisville Cardinals Deserve a Number One Seed In The NCAA Tourney?

    The Louisville Cardinals, not the Pitt Panthers or UConn Huskies, are the Big East regular season champions. By defeating West Virginia 62-59, they improved to 16-2 in the Big East, one game better than Pitt and UConn who finished 15-3...

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  9. Billy Guerin Records 800th Point As Penguins Tie For Sixth in Conference

    Billy Guerin’s debut with the Pittsburgh Penguins could not have gone any better. He recorded his 800th career point on a beautiful chip pass to Sidney Crosby that allowed the Penguins ...

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  10. The Third Best Hitter in Baseball: Part Four of a Six-Part Series

    Grapefruit and Cactus League play is in full swing. The rumors as to who is on the juice, and who is not, are picking up as well. Yep, you guessed it; the start of the Major League season is right around the corner...

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  11. Ranking the Top Three Players in the NHL: Pt. 3 of a Six-Part Series

    They are currently one, two, and three in the NHL scoring race. Between the three of them they won the last two MVP awards, as well as the last two scoring titles. There is absolutely no question as to who the three best hockey players in the world are.

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  12. The Third-Best Player In Tennis: Part Two of a Six-Part Series

    Since Wimbledon of 2003, there have been 23 majors played on the ATP Tour. Only four times in those 23 contests has a winner not been named Roger Federer or Rafael Nadal...

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  13. The Third-Best Player in the NBA: Part One of a Six-Part Series

    An Introduction to the Series Since LeBron James' and Kobe Bryant's historical performances at Madison Square Garden, the debate as to who is the best player in the NBA has escalated dramatically...

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  14. Joe Calzaghe: The Greatest Champion You Never Heard of

    He was quick, powerful, relentless, and technically sound. Pound-for-pound, he was rated by ring magazine as one of the top 10 fighters in the world. He defended his titles successfully 21 times in a row of the course of 11 years...

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  15. Santonio Holmes: Big Plays in Big Games Pay Off for Super Bowl MVP

    Six Wide Receivers have now been named Super Bowl MVP. Three of them have been Pittsburgh Steelers. Santonio Holmes joins Lynn Swann (Super Bowl X) and Hines Ward (Super Bowl XL) as the third Steelers wide out to win the Super Bowl MVP award...

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