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Michigan beat Oklahoma State

2017 NCAA Tournament Round 1, Day 2 Scores

Posted on 18 Mar, 2017, by in College Basketball

The second day of the 2017 NCAA tournament concluded the first round and didn’t include any major upsets. Kansas and North Carolina eased through, as expected from number one teams, as did Duke and Kentucky in their games. Wichita State, Rhode Island and USC were the three lower seed teams that advanced in their games, although it wasn’t too big of a surprise. More

Northwestern beat Vanderbilt

2017 NCAA Tournament Round 1, Day 1 Scores

Posted on 17 Mar, 2017, by in College Basketball

The first day of the NCAA Tournament didn’t have a Cinderella feel to it. Both Villanova and Gonzaga won their matchups, while the lower seeds who did win, Xavier and Middle Tennessee, weren’t causing major shocks while doing so. Northwestern, playing their first ever Big Dance game, beat Vanderbilt and advanced to the round of 32. More

NCAA Elite 8: North Carolina Tar Heels v Oklahoma Sooners

Active College Basketball Coaches Who Have Won the NCAA Tournament

Posted on 22 Feb, 2017, by in College Basketball

As the NCAA Tournament and the whole concept of March Madness draws nearer, we went over the list of current NCAA head coaches, highlighting the ones who have already experienced … More

Ohio State 2015 Championship Game

Highest TV Ratings for the College Football Championship Game in BCS/Playoff Era

Posted on 15 Feb, 2017, by in College Football

  Since the beginning of the BCS era, we’ve had 19 games over the years to determine the national champion of college football. The BCS made way for the College … More

Ahmed Hill, Matt Galloway

Longest Active NCAA Tournament Droughts for Power Conference Teams

Posted on 15 Feb, 2017, by in College Basketball

We’re not too far from the day a committee sits down and chooses who makes it into the NCAA Tournament. There are quite a few teams who have gone for quite some time without taking part of College Basketball’s biggest festival. There are also quite a few teams in 2017 that seem to be on the verge of breaking a very long drought. More

4 Sporting Events to Look Forward to in 2017 After the Super Bowl

Posted on 8 Feb, 2017, by in College Basketball, MLB, NBA, NHL

The Super Bowl coming and going leaves some American Football fans wondering what to do with their lives in 2017. There’s plenty to look forward to, with the conclusion of the seasons in college basketball, the NBA and NHL coming in the next few months. And it’s not just ending; Baseball season is almost upon us, with opening day in April, kicking off the 2017 season which will last through October. More

14 NFL Super Bowl Quizzes to Prepare You for Sunday

Posted on 3 Feb, 2017, by in Miscellaneous, NFL

A great way to impress people at Super Bowl parties is trivia knowledge, especially about the NFL and football history, rules and stats. So in order to help you brush up … More

Federer Ends ‘Best of All-Time’ Uncertainties, Finally Slays the Nadal Dragon

Posted on 29 Jan, 2017, by in Tennis

With his 18th Grand Slam title, Roger Federer proved once more he’s the greatest ever to play the game of Tennis. It was fitting that to end his long drought in the Australian Open and in major tournaments in general, he had to beat Rafael Nadal in five grueling, epic sets. More

Federer vs Nadal in Grand Slam Finals Over the Years in Photos

Posted on 27 Jan, 2017, by in Tennis

In the eptimore retro final, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will play in the final of the 2017 Australian Open, making a surprising final chapter (probably) to their immense rivalry, … More

Akil Mitchell, New Zealand Breakers Basketball Player, Has Eye Come Out of Socket in Freak Injury

Posted on 26 Jan, 2017, by in Miscellaneous

In a scene usually exclusive to sports films, basketball player Akil Mitchell suffered a horrific injury, as his eye came out of its socket in a game between the New Zealand Breakers against the Cairns Taipans. More