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  • This Day In Sports History (January 8th) — NCAA Tourney

    This Day In Sports History (January 8th) — NCAA Tourney

    It was on this day in 1984 when the NCAA announced that they would be adding an additional nine teams to the March Madness basketball tournament. The previous team total for the tournament had been 53 teams, meaning five play-in games had to be played before the start of the tournament.  The increase to 64 […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/7/2014 — Gordon Hayward

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/7/2014 — Gordon Hayward

    How do you beat the Oklahoma City Thunder when Kevin Durant puts up a game-high 48 points?  Simple.  Just score 37 points of your own and add another 11 rebounds, seven assists, two steals, and one block for good measure. That’s exactly what Utah Jazz shooting guard Gordon Hayward did during last night’s game against […]

  • The 15 Winningest Playoff Coaches in NFL History

    The 15 Winningest Playoff Coaches in NFL History

    Don’t look now, but if the New England Patriots make it to the Super Bowl to this year, Bill Belichick will tie Cowboys legend Tom Landry for most playoff wins by a coach. Then, obviously, if they win, he’ll sit in the top spot all by himself. However, that wouldn’t necessarily make Belichick the winningest playoff coach […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 7th) — Los Angeles Lakers

    This Day In Sports History (January 7th) — Los Angeles Lakers

    It was on this day in 1972 that the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Atlanta Hawks 134-90 for their 33rd straight win.  Their winning streak began over two months earlier with a win over the Baltimore Bullets. The 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers are considered one of the greatest teams in NBA history, led by Wilt […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2014 — John Tavares

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2014 — John Tavares

    Had Auburn held onto its 18-point lead during last night’s BCS National Championship Game against Florida State, we’d probably be talking about Tigers running back Tre Mason and his 237 total yards and two touchdowns.  Unfortunately for him and the rest of his Auburn teammates, they couldn’t hold onto their lead and ended up losing […]

  • The 7 Biggest Playoff Comebacks in NFL History

    The 7 Biggest Playoff Comebacks in NFL History

    On Saturday, as you’ve surely heard a couple dozen times by now, Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts pulled off the second-biggest playoff comeback in the history of the NFL. However, what you might not have heard yet is anything about those other epic playoff comebacks, including the one that was even bigger than Colts’ […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 6th) — Lenny Wilkens

    This Day In Sports History (January 6th) — Lenny Wilkens

    It was on this day in 1995 that Atlanta Hawks head coach Lenny Wilkens recorded his 939th career victory.  Wilkens broke the record that was previously held by legendary Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach. At the time of his retirement, Wilkens was the all-time leader in both wins and losses as a head coach in […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/5/2014 — James Neal

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/5/2014 — James Neal

    With Canada set to name their men’s Olympic hockey roster on Tuesday, one of the biggest questions remaining is whether or not they’ll be taking James Neal to Sochi.  And if Steve Yzerman and company haven’t already made that decision, the Pens’ winger may have helped his cause with his performance during Sunday’s game against […]

  • 4 Reasons The Broncos Won’t Make The Super Bowl (And 5 Reasons They Will)

    4 Reasons The Broncos Won’t Make The Super Bowl (And 5 Reasons They Will)

    With this piece, we seek to provide definitive evidence as to why the Denver Broncos will absolutely, definitely not make the Super Bowl this year. Then we’re going to offer up several other reasons why they definitely will. It’s a pretty hard-line stance we’re taking, insisting that the Broncos both will and won’t make the […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 3rd) – Ohio State Buckeyes

    This Day In Sports History (January 3rd) – Ohio State Buckeyes

    It was on this day in 2003 that the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl took place in Tempe, Arizona at Sun Devil Stadium.  The Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Miami Hurricanes 31-24 in double overtime to be crowned BCS National Champions. The Miami Hurricanes entered the game as 11.5 point favorites and were expected to repeat as […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/2/2014 — Trevor Knight

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/2/2014 — Trevor Knight

    If you’re one of the many who gave the Oklahoma Sooners no chance in their Sugar Bowl match-up against the Alabama Crimson Tide, you probably learned the same lesson as the rest of us last night: Never doubt Trevor Knight. Despite facing a seemingly impossible task, the Sooners quarterback was still able to guide his […]

  • 9 Biggest Bowl Upsets of All Time

    9 Biggest Bowl Upsets of All Time

    With the best in bowl games behind us, it’s time to take a look back at some of the most heartbreaking, shocking and/or downright unfathomably quizzical bowl games in the history of college football. It’s pretty much impossible to make one of these lists without the inclusion of big guns like The Ohio State University, […]

  • The World Series of Beer Pong Actually Exists (Video)

    The World Series of Beer Pong Actually Exists (Video)

    What does it take for an event to get a World Series? Are there forms to fill out, signatures to collect, bribes to be passed? Well, whatever has to be done, the Beer Pong people have done it.  In fact, they did it back in 2006, when the inaugural World Series of Beer Pong took […]