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College football is back, so Anthony and Austin talk about what they're looking forward to as the season starts up. Also, they ask a very, very important question -- is the Alabama dynasty finally dead?
Celtics coach Brad Stevens and Red Sox manager John Farrell joined Dale & Holley in studio at the 2016 Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon, and Bruins coach Claude Julien called in.
marginalizing the Nutmeg State as the Romulan Neutral Zone between us and New York, a collection of casinos and college basketball programs where you go to pick up speeding tickets on your way to some other place. But when they’ve got the
5, 2016 . Well, you knew this was coming the moment Villanova’s Kris Jenkins drained the 3-pointer that won the NCAA basketball tournament and put a dagger into the heart of North Carolina. The Internet already had been putting the Crying Michael Jordan face
squared circle, but I’ve moved onto other things. (Women, for example.) So Sunday I’ll be watching college basketball and the season finale of “The Walking Dead” and am ill-equipped to do the event the justice it deserves. Fortunately I know someone who can. So
are purposely scheduling their vasectomies for March so they can watch college basketball in peace. (Fox Photos/Getty Images) NY Post – Some college - basketball fanatics got vasectomies right before the March Madness tournament so they can take their
I’ve loved the NCAA basketball tournament almost as long as I can remember. I’m talking about even when I was a kid ..... when Ed O’Bannon talks about his image being used in the NCAA basketball video game, but he didn’t make a nickel off it. And to
browser does not support iframes. TRIVIA ANSWER: 30 SOOTHING SOUNDS: The late John Phillips, of the Mamas and the Papas, was born on this day in 1935 . He’s the tall one (he played college basketball at Hampden-Sydney College).
represented everything that was good in a human being. He was all about family and helping people,” said ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale. “He was as good as it gets and he had deep loyalty and love for others. His work with The V Foundation
League and show the Boston Celtics fans what I can do.” Maybe it’s the fact that he played his one year of college basketball in the backyard of the Golden State Warriors but Brown believes his versatility will make him a big-time contributor, even in his rookie
Big East defensive player of the year honors while establishing himself as one of the most explosive guards in college basketball at the basket. Dunn has rocketed up the mock draft boards of late, despite not working out for teams. The speculation around the Celtics includes
decided by the accused student’s dean.” — Dick Vitale signed an extension that will keep him calling college basketball games on ESPN for a 40th season, the network announced Thursday, on Vitale’s 77th birthday. The extension takes Vitale through the 2018