January 04, 2008

Cat Got Your Tongue

Or is that catch a Tiger by the tail?

Either way, Auburn has hit a snag. One of their nine lives has been drained by a nasty two-game losing streak against two teams who, frankly, they should be beating.

First, they lose a two-point closely contested battle on the road against St. Joseph's. St. Joe's is losing to teams like Northern Illinois by double digits...need I say more?

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December 09, 2007

More Rebounds Than Years Living

Xavier freshman Ta'Shia Phillips had a big afternoon against Louisville in Kentucky Sunday.

Her Musketeers ultimately took the loss to the Big East's Cardinals, but in the process, Phillips pulled down a whopping 20 rebounds.

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December 05, 2007

Musical Top 25

The Associated Press and Coaches Polls have been released, meaning another week of musical chairs among the Top 10 and bottom portion of the Top 25.

With all the nation's elite squads beating up on each other in big preseason battles, and all the bottom-Top-25 teams proving they don't belong ranked at all, there has certainly been a lot of turnover in the early season.

As always, I have some bones to pick with the voters. And the Maryland Terrapins should too.

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November 28, 2007

No Mercy For The Patriotic

Our nation's first president suffered a major beat down Tuesday at the hands of the country's fourth Commander-in-Chief.

That's right, James Madison chopped down George Washington's cherry tree and punched him in his wooden teeth, in upset fashion, I might add.

I'm not talking about the No. 4 seed (presidential term) over the No. 1 seed, the upset I'm referring to is the No. 14 Colonials of GWU losing to the unranked Dukes of James Madison. All presidential puns aside.

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November 12, 2007

Historical Mascots Never Lie

When No. 14 George Washington travels the short distance to Charlottesville to meet the ACC's Virginia, the young NCAA season could see its second big upset in as many Knights -- err, nights. You'll see where I got confused.

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