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Zion Williamson: Why He Should Play Again For Duke

A recent knee injury to Zion Williamson the biggest name in basketball who is not currently playing in the NBA has got experts weighing in on his next move. Which in their opinion is that he needs to sit out the rest of his only year at Duke, yet he shouldn't. What an opportunity for Williamson to play for and learn from Mike Krzyzewski arguably one of the greatest coaches
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Duke’s Marshall Plumlee Is A Hero On and Off the Court

Duke isn't just home to the Cameron Crazies. It's also the stomping grounds of one of the more recent college basketball legacies, the Plumlee's. Yeah, it's a stretch to call the Plumlee family a legacy, but considering what the three brothers have meant to Duke over the last decade, you can't argue their significance. The trio of brothers are made up of Marshall, Miles, and Mason. The latter two are
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Snowman’s Take: No Love for Iowa or Florida

You may not agree with what I am about to say.  Which is why I'm gonna say it the way I usually do - with CONVICTION and HONESTY. As far as the College football playoff goes, Iowa and Florida get ABSOLUTELY NO LOVE from ol' Snowman!  NONE! Yeah I said it.  Shall I say it again - okay...NONE! Why you ask?  Because these are two teams that got no attention
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From Bad to Worse, LSU’s Fournette Under Investigation

On Saturday before the Alabama game, LSU's Leonard Fournette was riding high. He was the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy, and had run roughshod on the vaunted SEC and others, rushing for 1,383 yards and 16 touchdowns. Then came the game against Alabama, and Fournette's performance was lackluster at best, with 19 rushes for 31 yards and an inconsequential touchdown. Some people say that it looked like Fournette had something
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NCAAB: Led By Dynamic Backcourt, Tulsa Is Looking To Take Over

The state of Oklahoma is fast becoming a college basketball powerhouse. The Oklahoma Sooners and Oklahoma State Cowboys are two of the nation's most successful collegiate teams of the last decade. Meanwhile, the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes don't have the pedigree of their more established Oklahoma brethren, thus they aren't the main focus of the state's basketball-crazed fan base. But that's about to change. Tulsa is one of the favorites to
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2015 Final Four: Badgers’ Koenig Hopes To Inspire Many With His Play

The Wisconsin Badgers have advanced to their second consecutive Final Four. As a result, they will have the daunting task of trying to upset the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats. This is the second straight year the Badgers and Wildcats have squared off in the national semifinals. While Wisconsin wasn't successful in last year's matchup, they are ready to avenge their defeat. With Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and Nigel Hayes leading the Badgers
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2015 NFL Draft: Project Or Prodigy? The Case For QB Sean Mannion

With big-name quarterbacks such as Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota proverbially hogging a majority of the spotlight in the up-coming 2015 NFL Draft, one promising under-the-radar signal-caller to keep an eye on is former Oregon State Beavers quarterback Sean Mannion. Mannion, a 6’6 229-pound classic drop-back pocket passer with a big arm, threw for  3,164 yards, 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions for the Beavers, a year after setting the single-season
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2015 March Madness: Cleveland The Biggest Winner of Irish-Wildcats 68-66 Thriller

CLEVELAND –  In a nationally-televised nail-biting instant classic between the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats and the sentimental favorites in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday night, the city of Cleveland emerged the biggest winner. With celebrities in attendance such as LeBron James, Golden Globe-nominated actress and Kentucky Wildcats uber-fan Ashley Judd sprinkled through Quicken Loans Arena—or the Q, to the locals—Cleveland proved to be the place to be, as it was
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2015 NCAA Tournament: Kentucky, Duke, Arizona and Oklahoma Favorites To Reach Final Four

With only 16 teams remaining after a wild first weekend of action, it truly appears to be anyone’s tournament to take. There are four teams that are standing out in this reporters mind and will shape up the Final Four nicely. Kentucky. The obvious choice. They soundly defeated both Hampton and Cincinnati to reach the Sweet 16. West Virginia will press them hard to try and force turnovers but Kentucky
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Fred VanVleet vs. Jerian Grant: Why The Shockers-Irish Sweet Sixteen Matchup Should Not Be Missed

The most intriguing Sweet 16 matchup might be Wichita State vs. Notre Dame. It's a matchup of Fred VanVleet and Jerian Grant that has alot of college basketball fans salivating, as the two are considered by many as the best point guards in the country. First, you have VanVleet, who isn't the scorer that Grant is, however there might not be a more well-rounded guard in the NCAA. So far