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College Basketball

Title Game for the Dogs

If you stayed up to watch the NCAA Title game between UConn and Butler, you probably woke up with a big, fat hangover sans the booze. For one of the most exciting, entertaining NCAA Tournaments in recent history, this game was for the dogs. ESPN’s Jay Bilas offered the perfect summation.  ”If Tom Rinaldi read the […]

College Basketball

Hoops and the Harm?

Forget  Thanksgiving, Christmas or Super Bowl Sunday. The best day of the year (in my opinion) is the first day of the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament. The buzz of being in a newsroom that day is pretty special. All games are on, and despite trying to be unbiased journalists, everyone is cheering for their alma mater or […]

College Basketball

UConn Women Streak Past UCLA, But Who’s Looking?

I live a mere three miles from the XL Center in Hartford, where the the UConn women’s basketball team won their record-setting 89th straight game Tuesday night.  The Huskies destroyed Florida State  93-62; surpassing the previous streak set by the UCLA men in 1974. Back in May, I paid good money to see Pearl Jam at the same venue.  […]

College Football

BCS Tickets Spell BS for True Fans

We are getting close to bowl season, and I can’t wait to talk about the 34 meaningless games to be played from Shreveport to San Diego. Good seats still available. Now if you are hoping to attend the one game that means something, good luck. Glendale, Arizona is the site of the BCS Championship game […]


Ratings for King’s Return beat King of Sports

It is very rare for NBA TV ratings to beat NFL ratings in our current sports landscape, where the NFL is king. But for LeBron James’ return to Cleveland Thursday night, TNT’s telecast garnered a 5.0 overnight rating. That earned 22% higher viewership than NFL Network’s showing of the Eagles vs Texans – this according […]

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