The UConn Huskies ended Butler's National Championship hopes in perhaps the ugliest National Championship Game from an offensive standpoint of all time.
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53-41. Not your average National Championship game, huh?
In a wild college basketball season in which there has been no clear cut best team, it has finally come to an end, an ugly end in fact. The Connecticut Huskies won their third National Championship Monday night, grinding it out against the feisty Butler Bulldogs in a low scoring, cold shooting battle. You simply do not expect games like this in the National Championship. Continue reading →
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The reigning National League MVP and Red's star 1st Baseman Joey Votto (pictured above) appears determined to lead Cincinnati back to the playoffs. And this time he appears to be playing for keeps.
As I mentioned in yesterday’s “Weekly Nickel,” this is an absolutely wild week in sports. Here are a few things that have been on my mind over the past 24 hours though.
Reds Look Determined to go Wire to Wire Continue reading →
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