Notre Dame Favored By 10 At Home Against South Florida

September 3, 2011 – By Scott     When starting the football season, high expectations are something that Notre Dame is familiar with on a yearly basis.  The tradition that accompanies the program is one the most storied in all of college football.   As the Fighting Irish begin their 2011 campaign, the expectations for this year’s squad … Read more

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No. 4 Pittsburgh Hosts No. 19 Villanova As 9-Point Favorites

March 5, 2011 – By Scott At the beginning of the 2010-2011 college basketball season, the season finale game for the Pittsburgh Panthers facing Villanova was thought to be a deciding game in the Big East Conference. It is a much bigger game for only one of these two schools however. When No. 4 Pittsburgh … Read more

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St. Johns Looks To Take Down Another Top 10 Team Saturday Against No. 4 Pitt

February 19, 2011 – By Scott The No. 4 Pittsburgh Panthers have been hot recently in college basketball action. The have won fourteen of their last fifteen games, including a hard-fought win over South Florida on Wednesday. Not only have they played well over this recent stretch, but they remain the only undefeated team on … Read more

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Auburn Leaps Past Oregon To No. 1 In This Week’s AP College Football Poll

December 5, 2010 – By Scott The top 2 teams in the Associated Press college football poll had been the same the past few weeks. Oregon had control over the No. 1 ranking for the past seven weeks and Auburn began the season ranked 22nd had climbed all the way to No. 2. But after … Read more

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A Few College Football Conference Races Still Unsettled

November 28, 2010 – By Scott Now that the 2010 College Football regular season in coming to a close, after Saturday’s games, the conference races have become much clearer. Conference championship games are now set and for a few conferences, teams will need to wait until the BCS rankings come out to find out their … Read more

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Florida’s Offense Struggles In 34-12 Win Over Miami (Ohio)

September 5, 2010 – By Scott The No. 4 ranked Florida Gators were looking forward to continuing their dominance on offense heading into the 2010 College Football season without Tim Tebow at quarterback. Their first test began Saturday as they faced Miami (Ohio) at the Swamp in their season opener. After the first half of … Read more

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Onuaku Among Casualties In Big East Tournament Quarterfinals

March 12, 2010 – By John Ritter In the scheme of things, Syracuse losing in the Big East quarterfinals didn’t do whole lot to disrupt it’s chances of losing a no. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The body of work is too big, and beating the Georgetown Hoyas twice in the regular season is … Read more

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Connecticut Headed For NIT, Seton Hall Still Alive In Big East Tournament

March 10, 2010 – By John Ritter The argument for Connecticut is over. The Huskies ended it themselves, and it wasn’t even close. Without so much as a spirited run, UConn is out of the Big East tournament and presumably out of the NCAA Tournament just two weeks after it appeared it was a lock … Read more

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Has UConn Basketball Done Enough To Make The Big Dance?

February 23rd, 2010 – By John Ritter Just a month ago, it appeared two of college basketball’s most storied programs were on their way to their worst seasons in a long time. On the heels of reaching the Final Four in 2009, North Carolina was 13-8 as of Feb. 1, and Connecticut was 13-9. But … Read more

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