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Time to Be Done with the One-and-Done?

March Madness is one of the most thrilling times of the year for sports fans.  However, those talented young athletes that fans admire during March Madness have a tendency to bolt for the NBA draft come June.  Players are turning down an education and the fundamentals of competitive college basketball in …

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SEC Championship Marks the End of Verne’s SEC Journey

Saturdays in the fall belong to college football. And when 3:30 p.m. rolls around, televisions get switched to CBS, and it’s the Verne Lundquist show. Last Call For the final time on Saturday, the SEC on CBS broadcast will feature Verne’s smooth calls, historic stories, and the relationship with color commentator Gary …

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College Basketball Powerhouses Top AP poll

Days are getting shorter and the college basketball season is coming closer and closer. The Associated Press released their preseason men’s Division I basketball poll Monday and at the top there are not many surprises with the top of the chart including notable basketball powerhouses. The Duke Blue Devils, the 2015 …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship Preview

Top overall seed Connecticut and No. 4 seed Syracuse will battle for the national title in Indianapolis tonight at 8:30 p.m.  Holding a perfect record of 37-0 the UConn girls will compete for an NCAA-record 11th national championship (4th straight). Syracuse (30-7) clawed their way to the national championship game by beating the Washington …

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