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  • May 14, 2017 03:20 PM
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    You might like this then.. check out awkward white guy dancing at 1:29 - 1:40. Very Happy (light blue shirt guy)

  • Apr 13, 2017 01:56 PM
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    We have the chance to see both the Cavs and Warriors walk into the finals without losing a game, at this point. Warriors are 5-0, Cavs 6-0. I think both will handle their current 2nd round matchups without losing. But for the Cavs to blank the Celtics.. I don't see that happening. The Celtics have won 6 in a row right now, so that will be a great East matchup.

    Same is true for the Warriors. Houston is looking really good right now, and will probably go to Game 7 with the Spurs. Will be very hard to see the Warriors blanking either of them.

    Still, could happen. Would make history.

  • May 03, 2017 06:39 PM
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    Certainly isn't bad when compared to others. Does that give you access to the other races too, the prelim ones and whatnot, or just the main and final race?
  • Apr 04, 2017 05:48 PM
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    You gotta think after every sporting news site out there reported on how bad the refs were that the NCAA is having a serious conversation with the officiating crew for next year. Wouldn't be surprised if they institute new rules during the offseason. Stay tuned..
  • Apr 25, 2017 05:20 PM
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    I don't know about this. I can't understand why the Saints can't just rely on Ingram as the main back. He never seems to get the respect he deserves from that team. I guess they are worried about his health long term? Not sure there.

    Would be great to see this being the best running back duo in the league. I guess it has that potential. But there are too many factors stopping the Saints from doing that. They are pass first. AP is old in running back years. And both Ingram and AP work best when given the chance at 15-20+ carries a game. So I have more doubts than not. Here's an interesting read:

    Dombeck: Adrian Peterson should have retired

  • Apr 27, 2017 11:33 PM
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    I really like the Texans trading up to get QB Deshaun Watkins at #12 from the Browns. Osweiler was a major disappointment last year, and I really don't think Tom Savage or Weeden could get them through a full season if they have any hopes to go to the playoffs next year.

    I bet DeAndre Hopkins is smiling big right now.

  • Apr 13, 2017 01:56 PM
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    Hard to see any 3-8 seeds making it out of the eastern conference. A team like Houston or OKC could surprise the Spurs, but I've thought before. Think the same will be true for the West.

    That would leave the usual suspects: Warriors and Spurs playing for the West. And then Boston and the Cavs trying for the east title.

    Think any team can actually take one of these 4 teams down early? I honestly am all for yet another Warriors/Cavs showdown. That is still the most interesting West/East matchup to me, especially with the addition of Durant.

    Here's the bracket breakdown:

    2017 Playoff Bracket

  • Apr 05, 2017 07:31 AM
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    Hard to believe this story actually. Tony Romo retires. That's understandable enough. I thought he might have landed on say Denver and play another 1-2 years. But he's 37 and has a lot of injuries under his belt. So makes sense.

    What shocked me to read this morning is that Romo will now be replacing Phil Simms as the main CBS analyst for NFL games. What?! For real? I thought maybe he would go into coaching. Or maybe he would become an analyst after some time, and work his way up, something like what Tony Hernandez did.

    But no. He landed one of, if not THE biggest NFL announcing jobs possible, basically the same day he retired. This is especially shocking when you consider that Peyton Manning is out there doing commercials and.. I'm not sure what else. Not that Romo wouldn't be good at this, I'm sure he will be, at least with time. It's just a little bizarre to read the headline. And it will be especially weird to see him calling actual Cowboy games this next season. Mark your calendars for the Thanksgiving Day game!

    What do you make of this? Think it'll be odd seeing Romo sitting next to Jim Nantz calling games from now on, or does it makes sense to you?

  • Mar 26, 2017 05:52 PM
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    Anyone think South Carolina stands a chance against Gonzaga? The way GU handled Xavier makes me think they will do the exactly same to SC, without much issue. Gonzaga has looked like the team to beat the entire tournament (and most of the regular season actually too). I would be shocked if they didn't win it all at this point.

  • Mar 16, 2017 09:53 PM
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    PowerPlay Wrote:
    Do you know of anywhere that has which games had the most destruction? I'd be interested to see what kind of impact Duke, Michigan, etc had as a whole.


    Yeah. Seems like Villanova losing was the worst of it:

    This year, in the Capital One NCAA March Madness Bracket Challenge game, 22 brackets made it to Saturday unscathed, but when 8-seed Wisconsin downed overall No. 1 Villanova in the 34th game of the tournament, all seven remaining perfect brackets were busted.

    The biggest upset of the day, Wisconsin's win over 1-seed VIllanova, impacted more than just the perfect brackets. In NCAA.com's game, Villanova was the third-highest picked team to win the title, with 10.45 percent of our users picking the Wildcats to repeat as national champions. What's more, 40.2 percent had the 1-seed in their Final Four.