Photo courtesy of al.com. No player has been more exciting this season than LSU's Tyrann Mathieu (pictured above). Will he lead his team to a National Championship on Monday night?
By Josh Kramer
Welcome to the thunder dome. All eyes will be on the mythical “Superdome” come Monday night as the National (SEC) Championship game transpires. SEC West rumble. Old coach versus new coach. Honey Badger versus Richardson. “Game of the Century Part Deux.” Grab your popcorn, because this game is poised to be far better than any movie.
The majority of the country tuned in to the “Game of the Century Part 1” back on November 5th. And unfortunately, many were disappointed by Round 1 of the heavily hyped game (I was not). Well have no fear, the points will be here on Monday night. With a month to prepare, despite phenomenal defenses, the O’s will at least put up one touchdown apiece (no touchdowns on November 5th). Continue reading
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Tagged AJ McCarron, Alabama Crimson Tide, BCS, Eric Reid, Georgia Bulldogs, Jordan Jefferson, Les Miles, LSU Tigers, National Championship Game, Nick Sabin, SEC, Spencer Ware, Superdome, Trent Richardson, Tyrann Mathieu
We are waiting for the "Grand Finale" of the "Kemba Show." Expect Kemba Walker (pictured above) to win a National Championship in his last College Game tomorrow night.
The best Saturday of the year in College Basketball is complete. We are down to the Final 2. The last game of the Men’s College Basketball team is set. By midnight tomorrow night, the 2010/2011 season will be in the books. The featured matchup pits a team out of the Horizon League (yes the Horizon League) that was ranked 18th preseason and a team out of the almighty Big East Conference, that was unranked to start the season. Anybody who claims to have seen this coming, is full of it. This may be the most improbable Championship matchup of all time. So who is going to take it home? Continue reading
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Tagged Big East, Brad Stevens, Butler Bulldogs, Connecticut Huskies, Elite Eight, Final Four, Georgia Tech, Horizon League, Jeremy Lamb, Jim Calhoun, Joey Rodriguez, Kemba Walker, Kentucky Wildcats, Matt Howard, National Championship Game, NCAA March Madness, Shelvin Mack, Virginia Commonwealth Rams, West Virginia
Finally, I am going to give credit to where credit is due. I am going with Brad Stevens (pictured above) to coach his Butler Bulldogs to a 2nd consecutive National Championship Game appearance.
We are down to the final weekend of the Madness. This is it folks. Your next National Champion will be crowned on Monday Night. This year’s Final Four participants are probably the most improbable foursome in the history of the NCAA Tournament. If people tell you that they saw this coming. They are lying.
Remember that in the ESPN Bracket Challenge, only 2 of 5.9 million participants guessed the Final Four correctly. You do not need to be a math major to understand how unlikely this outcome was. But none of that matters. There are 3 more basketball games left this season. At the end of the 3rd, the 2010-2011 National Champion will be crowned. Continue reading
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Tagged ACC, Alex Oriakhi, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Brad Stevens, Brandon Knight, Butler Bulldogs, Colonial Athletic Association, Connecticut Huskies, ESPN, Final Four, Horizon League, Jamie Skeen, Jeremy Lamb, Joey Rodriguez, Josh Harrelson, Kemba Walker, Kentucky Wildcats, March Madness, Matt Howard, Maui Invitational, National Championship Game, NCAA Tournament, Ohio State Buckeyes, Pac 10, Shaka Smart, Shelvin Mack, Terrence Jones, Virginia Commonwealth Rams