Who’s in? Part 2

November 20, 2011

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As I finished writing Part 1, Baylor capitalized on an amazing last minute touchdown drive, handing Oklahoma their second loss, and bringing the BCS closer to a major meltdown. So let’s put a bigger twist to the conclusion of this season. Let’s keep the regular season results the same as well as the final BCS […]

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Who’s In? Part 1

November 20, 2011

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As I came home from the gym, USC had control of the game in Eugene, Oregon. But with a few mistakes, the Ducks were on the verge of making a historic comeback. Unfortunately, a missed field goal as the clock hit 0:00 gave Oregon their second loss of the season. With two teams in the […]

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All Aboard the Memphis Bandwagon

May 4, 2011

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Am I crazy or can the Memphis Grizzlies make the NBA Finals…? At the level they are playing at it’s hard to imagine they could be stopped. They arguably have the best big man tandem in Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol, two outstanding perimeter defenders in Tony Allen and Shane Battier, and a handful of […]

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MVP?

May 3, 2011

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As the MVP is obviously going to be won by Derrick Rose, I question the true merit of the award. What the hell? Derrick Rose.. Really? I mean, Derrick Rose is a hell of a player, and I’m not taking anything away from him. But how can you have the coach of the year and […]

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Closing the First Round

May 3, 2011

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Now, there remains just eight teams with the opportunity to hoist the championship trophy that has solely been touched by the Lakers for the last two seasons. The top team in the West is gone and Jameer Nelson had to send Derrick Rose a text message, apologizing for not being able to make it out […]

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An Unusual Draft Day

April 29, 2011

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As I sat with my buddy D1 in a booth at Taco Mac, I was excited to be surrounded by TVs in every peripheral. On a projector, they were switching back and forth from the NFL Draft and game 6 between Atlanta and Orlando. In a TV right in front of me, the Hawks game […]

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Two Games In

April 21, 2011

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I can immediately begin this by expressing my emotions on how much I have enjoyed watching the NBA playoffs so far. Despite the blowout that the 76ers suffered in Game 2 and the quick knockout that the Nuggets were handed in Game 2, so far the playoffs can be defined with a few words. One […]

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