1. An Interview With East Tennessee State's Play-By-Play Voice, Jay Santos

    Normally I do a preview of the team that Kentucky is playing and try to act like I know what I’m talking about. Well, today we are going to do things a little differently. On St...

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  2. An A-To-Z Preview Of The East Region Of The NCAA Tournament

    A is for “Alford” Steve Alford, the former IU Standout and Iowa head coach, took over the New Mexico Lobos entering the 2007 season...

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  3. 2010 Men's NCAA Tournament: A-to-Z Preview of The South Region

    A is for "Aggies." A pair of Aggies will do battle in the first round as the fifth-seeded Texas A&M goes up against the 12-seed Utah State...

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  4. 2009 Louisville Football Positional Preview: Wide Receivers

    If Louisville Cardinal Football fans are looking for some hope in a team with low expectations, this is it. The wide receiver position is by far the position with the most experience and most depth...

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  5. 2009 Louisville Football Positional Preview: Running Backs

    There is little doubt the strength of the 2009 Louisville Cardinals football team is the running backs. Featuring the 2008 Big East Rookie of the Year Vic Anderson, the Cardinals have a stable ...

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  6. 2009 Kentucky Football Positional Outlook: Wide Receivers

    When I think back to the 2007 season, when the University of Kentucky fielded the most balanced offensive team that the school had put together, well, ever, I think about a running game and passing ...

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  7. 2009 Kentucky Positional Football Outlook: Tight Ends

    Following in the footsteps of Jacob Tamme, last season was really the first time that T.C. Drake, Maurice Grinter and Ross Bogue got to see the field consistently. As the offense struggled in the 2008, so did the tight ends...

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  8. Calipari Forced to Vacate Two Final Fours? Thoughts from UK Perspective.

    If Memphis are forced to vacate their final four appearance in 2008, it will be the second time that Calipari has been forced to vacate a final four. He also was forced to do so in 1996 with Massachusetts...

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  9. 2009 Kentucky Football Positional Outlook: Running Backs

    Entering the 2008 season, the perceived strength of the Kentucky offense was its running game. Sure, they lost Rafael Little to the Tennessee Titans, but Derrick Locke had showed signs of brilliance ...

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  10. Both Sides of the Rick Pitino Mess

    The This Thing Is a Big Deal, Now What? Side Pitino Steps In It Big Time; What Happens Next? Rick Pitino has really stepped in it...

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  11. 2009 Kentucky Football Positional Outlook: Quarterbacks

    Over the past few months, we’ve been focusing intently on Kentucky basketball after the hiring of John Calipari...

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  12. 2009 Louisville Football Positional Outlook: Quarterbacks

    Chris Redman. Dave Ragone. Stefan LeFors. Brian Brohm. Hunter Cantwell. The depth of the University of Louisville quarterbacks over the last 13 seasons has arguably been the most consistent in all of college football...

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  13. Kragthorpe's Last Stand? 2009 Louisville Football Preview

    The Louisville football program enters the 2009 season with a bunch of questions on the field, but the biggest question mark involves embattled head coach Steve Kragthorpe...

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  14. How Is UK's Momentum Affecting UofL Fans' Outlook?

    As the University of Kentucky dominates the headlines with their hiring of John Calipari, the return of star big man Patrick Patterson, and inking the top recruiting class of 2009, ...

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  15. Why Kentucky 2009-10 Is the Most Marketable Team in America

    Optimism regarding the 2009-2010 Kentucky basketball team could not be more abundant at the moment. People are throwing around “preseason No. 1″ about as frequently as John Calipari tweets...

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  16. From That to This: A Whirlwind Month-and-a-Half For Kentucky Basketball

    Following the loss to Notre Dame in the N.I.T. Quarterfinals, many wondered what would transpire with the University of Kentucky basketball program...

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  17. Game 12 Recap: Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati Reds 2

    Jay Bruce returned to the Reds lineup with a YAK EM!!! to put Cincinnati up 1-0 in the second inning. Micah Hoffpauir immediately answered with a bomb of his own to lead off the Cubs half of the inning and tie it right up at one run a piece...

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  18. Cubs-Cardinals: Chicago's Game 11 Recap

    For the second consecutive game, the Chicago Cubs used a late home run to take down the rival St. Louis Cardinals...

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  19. Cubs-Cardinals: Cubs 8, Cardinals 7

    Well, that was the most frustrating Cubs win I can ever remember watching. Chicago jumped on the hated Cardinals early with two runs in the first courtesy of a Hoffpauir double and Ramirez single...

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  20. Game 7 Recap: Cubs 4, Rockies 0

    Theodore Roosevelt Lilly III. That about sums up Opening Day 2009 at Wrigley Field. Rain delayed the start of today’s game for an hour and 12 minutes, but couldn’t put on a damper ...

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  21. Colorado Rockies-Chicago Cubs: Series Preview

    The Chicago Cubs (4-2) will host the Colorado Rockies (3-3) today at 2:20pm ET in their 2009 home opener. After winning their first two series against the Astros and Brewers, the Cubs will look to do the same against the Rockies...

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  22. Game Six Recap: Cubs 8, Brewers 5

    There are really two things that defined the Cubs 8-5 victory over the Brewers on Easter Sunday to win their second series in a row to start 2009: 1) Reed Johnson’s catch, 2) Brewer walks...

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  23. Game 4 Recap: Brewers 4, Cubs 3

    The Chicago Cubs opened a three-game homestand in Wrigley North with a 4-3 loss to last year’s Wild Card squad, the Milwaukee Brewers...

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  24. Cubs-Brewers: Series Preview

    In 2008, the Chicago Cubs' mindset was about winning series. It seemed every interview with a Cubs player included the phrase, “We’re just trying to win the series and go from there...

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  25. Game Three Recap: Cubs 11, Astros 6

    That’s the idea, just keep winning series. Going undefeated is obviously ridiculous, as is winning every series, but taking two out of three from opponents on a consistent basis is the best way to prepare for playoff baseball...

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