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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

NCAA Tournament Elite Eight Scores

Posted on 27 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

The first half of the Elite Eight round is finished, with the number two seeds beating the number one teams to make it into the Final Four: Villanova over Kansas with some fantastic defense, while Oklahoma let Buddy Hield do most of the offensive work against Oregon. More

NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen Scores

Posted on 26 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

The ACC swept the second day of the Sweet Sixteen, with North Carolina, Virginia, Notre Dame and Syracuse advancing into the Elite Eight, as all the higher seeds won their games for a second straight night. More

NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen Scores

Posted on 25 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

In what might be remembered as no-upset Thursday, all four higher seeds advanced in the first round of Sweet Sixteen games, with Kansas, Oregon, Oklahoma and Villanova advancing into the … More

NCAA Tournament – Sweet Sixteen Predictions (Miami vs Villanova, Texas A&M vs Oklahoma, Maryland vs Kansas, Duke vs Oregon)

Posted on 24 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

After a few days to rest from the drama, the 2016 NCAA Tournament is back in full March Madness form. The first night of the Sweet Sixteen gives us two number one teams: Kansas against Maryland and Oregon facing Duke, while the day begins with two number three seeds against the number two teams: Miami playing Villanova followed by Texas A&M against Oklahoma. More

The Sorry State of My NCAA Tournament Bracket

Posted on 23 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

The few days that serve as a break from March Madness and the NCAA Tournament are an opportunity to forget about how badly my Bracket is at the moment, and it might get even worse after the Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight are over. More

Conference Championships: UCLA in the Pac 12, Iowa State in the Big 12

Posted on 16 Mar, 2014, by in NBA

March Madness is asocciated with the NCAA tournament, but it’s also about conference championships, which begins with minor teams and goes on to the big boys. The first two champions from the five major conferences are UCLA, beating the favored Arizona to claim the Pac-12 title, and Iowa State, going through Baylor to win the tournament of the Big 12. More

NCAA Tournament – Two Cinderellas in the Sweet Sixteen

Posted on 25 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

We do have plenty of favorites, including Indiana and Kansas, not having too many problems in advancing to the Sweet Sixteen, but some favorites have fallen along the way, as Florida Gulf Coast continue their incredible run by knocking off San Diego State, while La Salle left out the SEC champions, Ole Miss, out of the competition as well, making everyone remember they used to be one of the best teams in the nation 60 years ago. More

NCAA Tournament – The First Number One Seed to Say Goodbye

Posted on 24 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

If there was one number seed everyone was predicting to make an early exit, it had to be Gonzaga. So according to the script, the Bulldogs fell against ninth seed Wichita State, leaving Ohio State as the favorite in the West Regional. Other than that, upsets weren’t really a popular thing on day 3 of the tournament, as Louisville had no problem excreting their top seed status, while both Michigan and Michigan State enjoyed easy games in their Round of 32 games. More

Upsets in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament

Posted on 23 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

The second day of the NCAA tournament was an even bigger stage of some incredible upsets, including the shocking win by Florida Gulf Coast, appearing in the tournament for the first time ever, beating a number 2 seed and Big East champions, Georgetown, stealing most of the spotlight from others like Ole Miss and La Salle. More