South Carolina headed to its first Final Four

  At the start of the tournament, the seventh seeded South Carolina Gamecocks hadn’t won a NCAA tournament game since 1972, Now, the Gamecocks are headed to the Final Four for the first time in program history. They continued their rampage through the NCAA Tournament after beating tenth seeded Marquette in the first round, second seeded Duke in the round of 32, third… Read More

Texas dives for redemption against Irish

There was a shootout on the field in Austin, Texas Sunday night and Oklahoma wasn’t one of the participants.  But the pageantry and sense of pride was in the air for the Texas Longhorns, who were looking to avenge an embarrassing loss to Notre Dame from last season. Both coaches were unsure earlier in the week who would start at… Read More

Opening weekend in College Football

It’s been a long time since there has been an anticipation of the college football season like there will be this week.  It’s only Week 1 and the array of Top 25 games coming up this Labor Day weekend, which can help exponentially in the eyes of the CFP Committee to consider when evaluating resumes. #3 Oklahoma vs #15 Houston… Read More

2016 NFL Draft Snapshot: EDGE and Linebackers

In an effort to get through all of the positions before the draft, I’ll be just shortly naming some of the prospects to watch in this draft class, as well as some potential sleepers and maybe busts. I wasn’t able to go as far in depth this year as I did last year, but enough to develop a feel for the… Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Selection Monday with the Maryland Terrapins

Earlier this week, we had the opportunity to spend Selection Monday with the Maryland Terrapins. They finished the year strong by running away with the Big Ten Conference Tournament Championship, for the second year in a row. Like last year, the womens team took the regular season and Conference Tournament titles. With just three losses on the year (30-3), many… Read More

A quick look at the ACC Tournament

In this day and age of college basketball, the attention seems to gravitate towards the 5-star freshman that will make an impact not only in his one year in college but how it will translate on the next level.  The ACC Champions (Regular Season and Tournament) have been led by senior play, and it will be the factor once again… Read More
NFL Redskins 

Potential Redskins Targets Pre-Combine

With the spectacle that is the NFL Scouting Combine coming next week, the Washington Redskins are in a bit of an unique situation. They pick at #21, which is truthfully not the best spot to be in with a class like this. This year’s class, while admittedly deep throughout the middle of the draft, is pretty light on top, reminiscent… Read More

Can North Carolina Make the College Football Playoffs?

It’s not common that we discuss the University of North Carolina football team this time of year. Usually, that talk is about the men’s and women’s basketball teams with football being a distant afterthought. Well this year, both are being discussed as the football program is vying for an ACC championship this Saturday against top-ranked Clemson. Even with a victory,… Read More

No Luck of the ‘Irish’ for the “Rambling Wreck”

With their starting quarterback going down in the third quarter of last week’s game against Virginia with a broken ankle, backup Deshone Kizer was able to come in and lift the Irish to a comeback victory with a last minute touchdown pass to receiver Will Fuller.  Head Coach Brian Kelly reiterates that Kizer fits the system and that is what they… Read More
King's Court NCAAB 

King’s Court: Best First Day of NCAA Tournament Ever

If you are a fan of reality television, but don’t watch sports, especially March Madness, I question what you define as “reality.” Every single March, millions upon millions of people are glued to their television sets, smartphones, tablets, etc. to watch March Madness. Most people who watch the tournament are typically basketball fans who fill out a yearly bracket in… Read More
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