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What Gives With Kentucky?

What Gives With Kentucky?

It was during the midst of ESPN’s Tuesday Big Ten game, with Purdue putting the screws to Wisconsin, that TV analyst Dan Dakich, began talking about the network’s next game, Kentucky-South Carolina. Dakich said that

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Sparty Hits The Skids

Sparty Hits The Skids

This is a year of great expectation for the Michigan State basketball team, even by the standards of a program that has become accustomed, under Tom Izzo, for having high expectations. But after three straight

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The Craziest Endings In NFL Playoff History

The Craziest Endings In NFL Playoff History

In the wake of Stefon Diggs’ stunning walkoff touchdown that enabled the Minnesota Vikings to beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, the question immediately arose from a friend of mine—is this the craziest ending

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The Best College Football National Championship Games: Where Does Alabama-Georgia Fit?

The Best College Football National Championship Games: Where Does Alabama-Georgia Fit?

Alabama’s 26-23 overtime win over Georgia last night to win the College Football Playoff has been granted immediate status as an “instant classic.” Where does this game rank in the larger pantheon of the best

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The College Football Postseason’s Existential Crisis

The College Football Postseason’s Existential Crisis

There were a lot of fun things you could take away from the run of college bowl games that just completed last night and set the stage for next Monday’s national championship game, but none

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