Photo courtesy of koonskollegebball.wordpress.com. North Carolina is my pick to cut down the nets this year. In order to do that, expect Harrison Barnes (pictured above) to lead the way.
By Josh Kramer
The most recent edition of March Madness was one for the ages. It was a tournament that kept fans on the edge of their seats from Day 1 all the way to the National Championship Game. And as is typically the case regarding college hoops, the season has started without a bang.
How many of you are aware that real regular season college hoops has been played? Unless your respective team has opened up the season, I am guessing that this is news to you. Why does college basketball always start at such a weird time, amid such a lack of publicity? Nobody knows, but things will heat up. That is a promise.
With all of the insanity going on in sports at the moment, college hoops may be a good release. Either way, as is always the case, come mid-January, college basketball will be at the center of the sporting stratosphere.
Here is my top five: Continue reading
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Tagged Anthony Davis, Arizona Wildcats, Austin Rivers, Big East, Brandon Knight, Connecticut Huskies, DeAndre Liggins, Deshaun Thomas, Duke Blue Devils, Florida Gators, Harrison Barnes, Jared Sullinger, Jeremy Lamb, John Calipari, Jordan Taylor, Kentucky Wildcats, Kyle Singler, Kyrie Irving, Louisvile Cardinals, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Nolan Smith, North Carolina Tar Heels, Ohio State Buckeyes, Perry Jones, Robbie Hummel, Roy Williams, Syracuse Orangemen, Terrence Jones, Tu Holloway, UCLA Bruins, Vanderbilt Commodores, William Buford, Xavier Musketeers
Photo courtesy of boutsportsreport.com. Can Mark Sanchez (pictured above) help the Jets take control in the AFC East with a victory over Tom Brady and the Patriots?
By Josh Kramer
Last week was a wild one to say the least filled with nail-biters and crazy endings. Tim Tebow once again found a way to win. The Cincinnati Bengals continued their improbable run. Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers continued to flex their defending champion swagger. And Joe Flacco had his “One Shining Moment.”
As has become the tradition, we are once again having “TheSportsKraze Pick’em Challenge.”
The participants this season are as follows:
TheSportsKraze (TSK) (defending champion)-Josh Kramer-Founder/Editor-In-Chief of “TheSportsKraze” and former ESPN intern.
CV3-Chad Vordenberge-An elite high school wide receiver and a very successful business owner.
CB-Craig Baker-A former collegiate baseball player and current special education teacher.
DC-David Clark-A dedicated sports fan who was coached by TheSportsKraze on his fraternity flag football team. After playing for TheSportsKraze, he has developed a slow but steady motivation to show his coach who the real pick’em champion is.
After Week 9, here is the scoreboard.
Week 10 Slate: Continue reading
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Tagged Aaron Rodgers, AFC, AFC East, AFC North, Andrew Luck, Bill Belichick, Cincinnati Bengals, Colt Mccoy, Drew Brees, Green Bay Packers, Jay Cutler, Jim Harbaugh, Joe Flacco, Mark Sanchez, Matt Ryan, NFC, NFC South, NFL, Rex Ryan, Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow, Tom Brady