The NFL has one Sunday left of play until much of the nation turns their attention to college basketball. Each conference has begun conference play, and each school in the Southeastern Conference has at least four conference games under their belts.
Hitting To All Fields: Cheaters, Murderers, & Racists – Another Banner Week In The WILD World Of Sports
“A FRAUD” Alex Rodriguez has been suspended 211 Games by Major League Baseball for using Performance Enhancing Drugs Again…Yet, because of his appeal and the collective bargaining agreement with the MLBPA which is the “Strongest Union in the World”, Rodriguez will play rest of this season…In case you were wondering, “A ROID” makes a cool 175,000 Dollars per game
Last week I posted my entire NCAA Tournament Bracket for the whole world to see for the second straight year. I did fairly well the first four days and a lot better than last year. I still have 10 of the Sweet 16 teams left, 7 of the Elite 8 teams left, and all 4 Final Four teams.
The Big dance is right around the corner and teams are making strides towards being part of it. It all started this weekend with a buzzer beater, Kentucky barely holding on and Belmont joining the tourney. A wild weekend indeed!
The sports talk around the water cooler this morning probably isn’t about college basketball, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t an exciting weekend for the sport.
Now that conference play has started let us take a look at the biggest questions lingering in college basketball.
This is it, today is the day. College football is finally here.
A complete list of the 20 players from the ACC & SEC taken in the 2012 NBA Draft
The world needs another mock draft so here is mine!
After watching Anthony Davis lead the Kentucky Wildcats 67-59 over the Kansas Jayhawks to the NCAA Mens Basketball Championship this past Monday night, I began to think about the Southeastern Conference and their dominance in college sports right now.