Can the NFL solve their issues by late Thursday night? NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell (pictured above) is doing all in his power to ensure that their is no labor strike.
Tomorrow marks the beginning of March. Hard to believe. But anybody who does not live in the South or on the West Coast is begging for spring time. You know what March means though. “Its the most wonderful time of the year.”
Here is a look at the top 5 for this upcoming week though. Continue reading →
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At a school dance, you either get asked to dance or you do not. Those who are asked to dance are generally much happier than those who are not. Well 68 teams will be asked to dance come Selection Sunday (March 13th). 68 schools will be thrilled to accept the invitation. While 279 teams will be disappointed and pray to receive an invitation to either the NIT or the CBI. Only 19.6% of teams in the entire country get a shot to showcase their abilities on College Basketball’s biggest stage, and arguably the best sporting event in American sports. Continue reading →
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