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A Bruins discussion becomes a discussion of their current talent, and whether or not there is even the possibility of being a better team based on the way they are currently constituted.
There isn't a clear favorite as March Madness gets closer, so who do we trust? Anthony Vitale and Austin Gaquin break down a few of the top teams and let you know who to trust and who needs to be concerned.
age an inexperience factors he’ll likely fall much lower than that. ALSO APPEARING IN THIS BREAKDOWN ... John Miller, Louisville , 6-foot-2, 303 pounds, 5.33 40 time Miller is another road-grader type, kind of a lower-rent A.J. Cann for a team
to focus solely on basketball. He returned to football as a senior, and ended up playing so well, he ended up going to Louisville . He started as a tight end with the Cardinals, but moved to tackle. A fifth-round pick of the Packers in 2008, the 6-foot-7
represented not only terrific draft value (he was taken 65th overall) and overall ability over the last 12 years than Branch. The Louisville product played his first four seasons with New England (2002-2005), and had three years where he caught at least 40 passes
Facebook) injury to Kevin Ware has shifted all sentiment toward Louisville , the very best team in college basketball this season. And ..... away out of jealousy. No other explanation. So root for Louisville on Saturday and keep rooting on Monday if they get past Wichita
schools like West Virginia, Cincinnati, Louisville , and Notre Dame . The Big East turned ..... Madison Square Garden last weekend with Louisville beating Syracuse. Yuck. I grew up ..... college programs: Kentucky, Indiana, Louisville and Ohio State. From December
Hawks, 8 p.m. (NBA TV) College basketball : Women, UConn at South Carolina, 7 p.m. (ESPN2) College basketball : Louisville at Duke, 7 p.m. (ESPN) College basketball: St. John’s at Georgetown, 7 p.m. (FS1) College basketball: Oklahoma
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nicely as a second option in the Miami passing game over the last couple of months. The 6-foot-3, 218-pounder out of Louisville is still really raw at times — he had multiple drops last week in the loss to the Colts — but has the ability to make some game-changing plays