FSU Begins New Era Under Head Coach Jimbo Fisher

August 22, 2010 – By Scott After 34 years of leading the Florida State football program, Bobby Bowden has stepped down and handed the controls over to new head coach Jimbo Fisher. There have been so many changes made that the legendary head coach would not even recognize what the program is like now. The … Read more

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San Francisco Giants Slam Milwaukee Brewers Behind Buster Posey

July 8, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell The San Francisco Giants made the trip to Milwaukee to face the Brewers and have taken three of the four games so far from the hometown team.  Rookie Buster Posey hurt the Brewers early, and gave the Giants the opportunity to sweep Thursday. The former Florida State standout knocked … Read more

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Gonzaga Getting 7 1/2 Against Syracuse

March 20, 2010 – By John Ritter The shenanigans are over. Now it’s time to get down to business. After a first round blowout to avenge their first-round loss to Vermont from five years ago, the Syracuse Orange now set their sights on Gonzaga on Sunday. The Bulldogs overperformed their scouting report on Friday in … Read more

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Kansas Giving Up 11 1/2 To Northern Iowa In Second Round

March 19, 2010 – By John Ritter After breezing through the Missouri Valley tournament, many college basketball forecasters has Northern Iowa on their map as a potential bracket buster. But the Panthers were dealt a brutal nine-seed, setting them up with top-seeded Kansas in the second round, and their Cinderella status has since lost a … Read more

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Duke Gets Biggest Spread Of NCAA Tournament’s Opening Round

March 18, 2010 – By John Ritter It is of the opinion in most college basketball circles that Duke was given an unwarranted favorable draw in the NCAA Tournament, landing a top seed in a relatively easy bracket despite underwhelming results in the regular season. Their quest to prove their worth starts Friday afternoon as … Read more

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Christian Ponder Out For Season Backup E.J. Manuel To Get Start For Seminoles

Christian Ponder’s interception late in the fourth quarter against Clemson effectively ended the game, down nine points with 3:34 left to play. Little did he know, it also ended his season. On the return, he made a jarring collision to tackle cornerback DeAndre McDaniel, and the hit popped his shoulder in-and-out of place. He was … Read more

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