College Basketball National Championship Game Exact Match Up Odds

We are approaching one of the most-exciting weekends of the year in sports, as the Final Four is about to get underway. The Kentucky Wildcats will match up with the Louisville Cardinals in one national semifinal, while the Ohio State Buckeyes will face the Kansas Jayhawks in the other. It’s Kentucky that continues to be … Read more

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Novak Djokovic Snaps Streak, Uphends Roger Federer In U.S. Open Semifinal

Sept. 11, 2010 – John Ritter One half of Rafa vs. Roger was already set Saturday morning when Rafael Nadal beat Mikhail Youzhny in the U.S. Open semis. One half it will stay. Roger Federer failed to join him in the finals at Flushing Meadows, falling to Novak Djokovic 5-7, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2, 7-5 on … Read more

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Rondo’s Big Day Pulls Celtics Past Cavaliers In Game Five

May 8, 2010 – John Ritter Rajon Rondo completed a triple-double, leading the Boston Celtics in four categories, on Sunday and single-handedly drew his team even with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the second-round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs on Sunday. Rondo’s 29 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists drew “MVP!” chants with a dazzling performance … Read more

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San Diego State In Line For Tourney Bid After Stunning No. 8 New Mexico

March 13, 2010 – By John Ritter Tournament Week went relatively uneventful through the first four days – at least in terms of the NCAA Tournament. There were a few shockers like Georgetown toppling Syracuse and Villanova losing to Marquette. But bubble teams had played their way out of the tournament more so than in … Read more

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West Virginia Favored To Win First Big East Tournament

March 13, 2010 – By John Ritter West Virginia could make a strong case for a one-seed in the NCAA Tournament. Georgetown is hoping to cap a remarkable turnaround from middle of the pack to conference champion. One will be crowned king of the Big East Saturday night as the conference tournament comes to a … Read more

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Serena Fined, Put on Probation For U.S. Open Tirade

By John Almost three full months since her tirade at the U.S. Open, Serena Williams was sentenced with an $82,500 fine and put on two years probation effective immediately. Grand Slam administrator Bill Babcock said that Williams could be suspended from the tournament and the fine would increase to $175,000 if she has one more … Read more

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