2011 College Football Season Kicks Off Thursday Night

August 28, 2011 – By Scott     After all the drama in college football that has taken over the spotlight in the news here recently, it is finally time to hopefully put all this behind us as this week marks the opening of the 2011 College Football Season.  A great lineup of games are … 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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San Diego State Makes NCAAs, But Four-Point Underdog To Tennessee

March 18, 2010 – By John Ritter San Diego State would have been happy to just reach the NCAA Tournament last season, winners of 23 games and a runner-up in the Mountain West Conference tournament. But the Aztecs’ bubble inevitebly burst after being shunned by the Selection Committee, the now have a vendetta to prove … Read more

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Mid-Major Match-Up Favors UNLV Over Northern Iowa

March 17th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The Midwest Region of the NCAA tournament bracket hosts an intriguing match up between No.8 seed UNLV, taking the floor against No.9 seed Northern Iowa, in a battle of mid-major conferences. UNLV (25-8) enters the tournament as an at-large bid from the Mountain West conference, following their loss in … Read more

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Lehigh Mountain Hawks Not Likely To Present Much Of A Challenge For Kansas Jayhawks

March 17th, 2010 – by Dan Scantlan The top seed Kansas Jayhawks will be playing against the 16th seed Lehigh Mountain Hawks in the first round of the Midwest region. Many believe this will be a blow out game for the Jayhawks, but that’s not bothering the Mountain Hawks. The Hawks won the Patriot Conference … 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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