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  • Posted by Jeff Allen on March 30, 2018

    We’re down to just three games left in the college basketball season with the National Championship semifinals being played on Saturday. The early game features the upstart 32-5 Chicago Loyola Ramblers taking on the 32-7 Big Ten champion Michigan Wolverines. Loyola is this year’s Cinderella feel good story but make no mistake, the Ramblers are […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 30, 2018

    The 2018 MLB season started with a bang on Thursday as Cub outfielder Ian Happ hit the first pitch of the game into the right field seats for a home run. Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber also went yard for the Blue Bears who beat the stripped down Marlins 8-4 at Marlins Park. Twenty teams […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 29, 2018

    Today’s Opening Day matchup between the Cardinals and the Mets will be a bit subdued today as the Mets announced early Thursday morning the passing of New York icon Rusty Staub. “Le Grande Orange” as he was known around baseball had been battling health severe problems in recent years, finallly succumbing to organ failure today, […]

    Posted by Mark Franco on March 28, 2018

    When Marvin Menzies took over the UNLV job almost two years ago, he came in with a big time reputation as a recruiter who could bring in big time talent. Menzies didn’t disappoint in his first full year on the recruiting trail bringing in 2017 McDonald’s All-American Brandon McCoy, a 7′ foot 250 lb. C/PF […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 27, 2018

    Markelle Fultz, last year’s No.1 pick in the NBA draft, returned to the 76ers lineup last night after a 68-game absence and was impressive in Philadelphia’s 123-104 win over the Denver Nuggets. Fultz played just 14 minutes but scored 10 points on 5-13 shooting and dished out 8 assists to go along with four rebounds. […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 25, 2018

    The San Francisco Giants hope of contending with the arch-rival Dodgers in the NL West took a major hit Friday when ace and opening day starter Madison Bumgarner sustained a fracture to his throwing hand after getting hit by a line drive in a Cactus League game vs. the Royals. The injury originally had Bumgarner […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 25, 2018

    The insanity that has been 2018 March Madness takes a two-hour break on Sunday with the back end of the CBS Elite Eight double-header when the No.2 seeded Duke Blue Devils meet the No.1 seed Kansas Jayhawks. Duke is here by virtue of a four-point win over Syracuse, a game they were dictated to throughout. […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 23, 2018

    Kentucky and Gonzaga bit the dust Thursday and Syracuse hopes to continue this year’s rash of upsets as it meets Duke in the semifinal of the Midwest region in Omaha Friday night. The teams met in ACC play in late February with Duke taking down a 60-44 (-13.5, 142) home win in a brick fest […]

    Posted by Mark Franco on March 22, 2018

    It’s been a magical season for the expansion Las Vegas Golden Knights. At 47-21-5, the Knights are enjoying the most successful inaugural season in professional sports history. With just nine games left in the NHL regular season, VKG is in second place in the Western Conference and lead the Pacific Division by a full eight […]

    Posted by Jeff Allen on March 22, 2018

    Lost in the hoopla of tonight’s first four Sweet 16 games is a CBI semifinal matchup between the 18-15 Campbell Camels and the 2015 San Francisco Dons. Campbell is out of Buies Creek, North Carolina and were mid-pack this year in the Big South which was won by Radford. The Camels scored wins over Miami, […]