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Russ And J.R. Smith: Brothers From Another Mother (And Father)

Through the first three rounds of the Big Dance, Russ Smith has been tap dancing around defenses like Gregory Hines at the Apollo. Smith has a common name, but he does not have a common game. Not much about Smith is generic. Besides, he’s more commonly known as “Buckets by Russ” or Russdiculous. When Peyton Siva committed his second foul

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The NCAA Has A Suge Knight Problem
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After withdrawing from the 2012 NBA Draft to return for his sophomore season, Texas point guard and Preseason All-Big 12 First-Teamer Myck Kabonga anticipated leading the Longhorns on a deep NCAA tournament run while improving his 2013 draft stock. However, on the eve of Midnight Madness, Yahoo! Sports released a report outlining the NCAA’s probe into Kobonga regarding his relationship

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Big Ben Is The NFL’s John McClane

The Steel City’s origins are well known. Manufacturing was once pivotal to the Pittsburgh economy and synonymous with their attitude. The collapse of their manufacturing industry and the accompanying Steel Crisis also coincided with the football team’s 26-year Super Bowl drought beginning in 1979. Fiery, square-jawed disciplinarian Bill Cowher kickstarted the resurgence, but it wasn’t until the ‘Burgh met Roethlisberger

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USC QBs Have Lost The Midas Touch
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If Matt Barkley is fortunate enough to squash Notre Dame’s national championship aspirations in his home finale next Saturday, the senior quarterback should diverge slightly from the routine formula of snatching up Tommy Trojan’s sword and leading the marching band in their traditional victory song “Conquest.” Instead, the Trojans golden boy should pull a Devon Miles and ask them if

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Chicago Bears News: Jay Cutler May Never Win Big With Childlike Attitude

On Wednesday, Jay Cutler was feeling himself.  Fresh off of a 333 yard, three-touchdown performance against the Under-Construction Indianapolis Colts. In response to a question about the Packers secondary getting physical against his receivers, Cutler, who was 1-7 before Thursday night against the Packers, looked in the camera and ssmugly replied, ‘Good luck’. Good luck? Naw. Bad habits and stubbornness

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