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NCAA Basketball

NCAA Tournament Final: Kentucky vs. UConn Score, Odds

April 7, 2014NCAA Basketball
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The NCAA Tournament wasn’t supposed to end like this – with two clubs that didn’t even make the Tournament last year fighting it out in the finals – but that’s the beauty of this matchup between the Kentucky Wildcats and UConn Huskies. Kentucky Wildcats In one corner, you have the upstart Wildcats, who opened the […]

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March Madness Bracket Results: Andrew Wiggins, NCAA Basketball Live Scores

March 21, 2014NCAA Basketball
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Check out Frank Doyle’s NCAA Tournament live blog for Thursday’s action. It’s just like the NCAA to make us wait a whole day to celebrate Andrew Wiggins’ NCAA Tournament debut. I mean sure, yesterday was great and all, but all I want is for Wiggins to stick it to everybody saying he can’t put Kansas […]

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March Madness Bracket Results: NCAA Tournament Live Scores, Updates

March 20, 2014NCAA Basketball
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  Looking for FRIDAY’S March Madness blog? Right this way: LIVE BLOG FOR FRIDAY’S ACTION HERE.   There is no other sporting event on the planet that seems more like Christmas morning to me than the NCAA Tournament. It’s the emotion and team spirit of college basketball that really gets me. Then, of course, you […]

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NCAA Tournament Odds: Gators Overtake Andrew Wiggins, Jayhawks

March 20, 2014NCAA Basketball
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If Andrew Wiggins and the Kansas Jayhawks win the NCAA Tournament, they’ll have to defy the odds to do so. Earlier this month, the Kansas Jayhawks were set as a +450 favorite to win the NCAA Tournament, but things have changed in a hurry. First, Kansas’ 7-foot freshman centre Joel Embiid hit the shelf with […]

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Canadian Ballers in March Madness Spotlight at NCAA Tournament

March 18, 2014NCAA Basketball
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If you haven’t noticed already, basketball is blowing up in Canada. You’ll hear all about it this week at the NCAA Tournament. It doesn’t seem that long ago that the only thing Canadian hoops had going for it was Steve Nash and his two MVP trophies. The Grizzlies couldn’t cut it in Vancouver and the […]

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Canadian Andrew Wiggins to Carry Kansas Jayhawks at Big 12 Tournament

March 13, 2014NCAA Basketball
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The spotlight has focused on Andrew Wiggins since the moment he joined the Kansas Jayhawks, but they’ve never needed him to play the leading role more than they do now. Wiggins and the Jayhawks open Big 12 tournament play this afternoon against a tough Oklahoma State team. The Jayhawks are also missing 7-foot freshman centre […]

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Andrew Wiggins’ Kansas Jayhawks Are NCAA Tournament Favorites

March 6, 2014NCAA Basketball
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It doesn’t seem all that long ago that the Internet blew up when Andrew Wiggins set foot on campus as a member of the Kansas Jayhawks. Everybody knew he wasn’t going to be a Jayhawk for long, but that didn’t make the final home game of the season any easier for him. Wiggins will almost […]

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Canadian Andrew Wiggins hits the Sports Illustrated cover

October 9, 2013NCAA Basketball
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It was only a matter of time before Andrew Wiggins had his first Sports Illustrated cover and that time has come weeks before he debuts as a freshman for the Kansas City Jayhawks. As the most sought after college recruit American basketball has seen since possibly LeBron James, the buzz around Andrew Wiggins is hitting […]

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Andrew Wiggins begins his Kansas Story

June 21, 2013NCAA Basketball
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Canada’s Andrew Wiggins gave fans in Kansas a sign of things to come at a team scrimmage. Al Dannity says this could turn into one of the most memorable one-and-done seasons ever. Everything seems to be falling into place. After a lengthy courtship from College Basketball royalty, Andrew Wiggins eventually decided on attending Kansas. Much […]

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Andrew Wiggins Decides to Join the Kansas Jayhawks

May 14, 2013NCAA Basketball
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The best basketball prospect in years has made his decision. Andrew Wiggins, the 6-foot-8, 200-pound native of Vaughn, Ontario, has opted to join the University of Kansas Jayhawks. Now the real pressure begins. It’s somewhat of a surprise that the 18-year-old small forward announced Kansas as his destination. Both of his parents had attended Florida […]

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