Kansas State Assumes Underdog Role At No. 6 Kansas Saturday Night

January 29, 2011 – By Scott The No. 6 Kansas Jayhawks have been through a grueling time this past week. Last Friday, the team learned that that forward Thomas Robinson’s mother had died unexpectedly from a heart attack. Then on the following day, they suffered their first loss of the season to then ranked No. … Read more

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No. 14 Texas A&M Favored By 4 1/2 Over No. 15 Missouri On Saturday

January 15, 2011 – By Scott Both No. 15 Missouri and No. 14 Texas A&M have a lot riding on their huge Big 12 matchup in College Basketball on Saturday afternoon. For the Aggies, they will look to keep their record unblemished in conference play while the Tigers will look to get above .500. As … Read more

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No. 19 Texas A&M Gets 9-6 Upset Win Over No. 8 Nebraska

November 21, 2010 – By Scott No. 19 Texas A&M has been on a roll in their previous four games before No. 8 Nebraska came to visit them on Saturday. It was a huge opportunity for the Aggies to beat a top 10 team in College Football and more importantly, get the program back to … Read more

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FC Dallas And Colorado To Battle In MLS Cup Finals On Sunday

November 20, 2010 – By Scott The Major League Soccer season will be ending this Sunday as Colorado faces FC Dallas in Toronto in the finals. Both teams are looking for their first MLS Cup and this matchup is surprising considering how they both began the season. They also were seeded in the bottom half … Read more

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Stanford Cardinal Football Team Ready To Win Pac-10, Online Sportsbooks Think Otherwise

August 11, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell Stanford head football coach Jim Harbaugh isn’t messing around when he says he expects his Cardinal football team to win the Pac-10 in 2010. With many of the teams in the conference on the down-swing, Harbaugh is ready to take his team to a BCS bowl game. Online gambling … Read more

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Shaun White’s Tomahawk Stamps Men’s Half Pipe Gold At 2010 Winter Games

February 18th, 2010 – By John Ritter There were plenty of questions surrounding Americans heading into the Olympics, but not for the Flying Tomato. As close as a lock to at least medal as could be, Shaun White dominated the snowboarding halfpipe on Wednesday with the day’s two biggest runs that gave him back-to-back golds … Read more

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