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Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

This is our NCAAB College Basketball rankings of each team. 1. Ohio State Buckeyes (27-2) – The Buckeyes took back their top spot in the country. Now Ohio State will look to beat both Penn State and Wisconsin in their final two games to seal an out right Big Ten title. 2. Kansas Jayhawks (27-2) […]

You thought it was gonna be Dickie V? Nah. This guy is back and more irritating than ever. Definitely the worst part of March Madness. Can’t we get the Enterprise “Class of ’94…here I come!” guy back?

I love how they say that Barkley is about 300 in this video. If that is the case then he goes about 4-450 now. And Bobby Knight wanted to get him down to 215 for the olympics. Yeah, OK. Best quote: “I have trouble playing defense.”

Villanova 77, Dukies 54 photo h/t: InGameNow

Do you ever remember 2 ejections on any one day in March Madness? First was Terrence Oglesby from Clemson ejected for an elbow (right before 1 min. mark): Watch CBS Videos Online and the there was Ameer Ali’s Judo-like throw of Blake Griffin: [tags]Blake Griffin, Terrence Oglesby, March Madness, NCAA[/tags]

If you haven’t yet, don’t forget to vote in the “Best Sports Blog Name” tourney! Some other tourney stuff for ya: Zoner Sports was invited to the InGameNow “March Madness Bloggers’ Fantasy League”. I’m totally stoked about it. Each person gets to pick any 5 players. Then you get that player’s points/boards/dimes for every round. […]

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