Why the Heat Will Take the East

By Dewayne Gage On Wednesday night at the Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana Pacers guard George Hill stepped to the line to ice the game and missed both free throws. With two seconds left, the Miami Heat had a chance to still the game. In a blur, LeBron James got the ball and dished it out to Chris Bosh , who

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Champions League Quarterfinal Preview

By Grant Becker The first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals kicks off Tuesday, April 1st and we have four great matchups waiting for us. I correctly predicted the results of all eight matchups from the first stage of the knockout round when all eight group winners moved on to the quarterfinals. Let’s get to it. Bayern Munich versus Manchester

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Pioneers Rising: Ty Loney and the Hottest Team in College Hockey

By: Wesley Uhler While basketball usually dominates the collegiate landscape this time of year, March Madness is happening all across the NCAA, not just on the hardwood. The NCAA Men’s Hockey Championship, nicknamed the “Frozen Four,” begins March 28th with 16 teams all competing for the goal of being crowned National Champions in Philadelphia on April 12th. The most unlikely

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NHL Playoffs: Who’s In and Who’s Out

By John Deighton In 2012, the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Kings brought Lord Stanley’s Cup to Los Angeles for the first time in their franchise’s 51-year history. In 2013, the top-seeded Chicago Blackhawks hoisted their second Stanley Cup in the past four years. Whether an eight seed or an undisputed favorite, each team advancing to the National Hockey League playoffs has

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Not Having The Winter Classic In Minnesota Makes the NHL Look Stupid

Minnesota is the State of Hockey. Minnesota is the North Star State. Minnesota is the home of legendary coach and American hero Herb Brooks. Minnesota is the home of eight players from this year’s Olympic Hockey team. From late November to early March, Minnesota transforms from the Land of 10,000 lakes to the Land of 10,000 rinks. Hockey Day Minnesota

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Are the Eagles Flying in the Right Direction?

By Hayley Keith The Philadelphia Eagles have been making some serious moves in the off-season. For one the Eagles have acquired running back Daren Sproles. Previously with the New Orleans Saints, Sproles averages about 5 yards a carry- something the Eagles could definitely use. It would be nice to give LeSean McCoy a breather and the quarterback (whoever that may

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Sweet 16 Matchup Previews

By Henry Greening After what was probably the wildest opening weekend of March Madness in years, we have reached the Sweet Sixteen.  Perennial contenders like Duke, Kansas, and Syracuse knocked out and three double-digit seeds remaining (Dayton, Stanford, and Tennessee) we’ve seen that anything can happen and still have lots of basketball to play.  But who’s here to stay and

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Why You Should But Probably Have Not Learned to Play Golf

By Zach Dammel I’ve been an avid golfer for nearly a decade now. With my golfer friends, I talk about golf. With my non-golfer friends, I try to talk about golf and then end up getting an earful about why golf is the worst. Most sports can be made to sound pretty silly when boiled down to their essence. But

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Embrace the Madness

By Wesley Uhler Here’s the scenario: down 2 points with less than 5 seconds remaining in the game, Wofford guard Karl Cochran takes an inbound pass, dribbles, gets a screen from his teammates, and fires a potential game winning shot from beyond the arc. Time momentarily stands still while the ball hangs in the air, ready to bust thousands of

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Why I Hate Basketball

It’s pretty simple, I hate basketball. Always have and probably always will. Now let’s set the record straight – I don’t have anything against basketball players in terms of their athletic abilities or choice in sport, however I don’t have the desire to see them make squeaky noises all over a hardwood floor. My hatred for the sport started when

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