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  1. Marshall Henderson Is College Basketball's Newest Madman

    Shane Ryan

    If you were lulled into a stupor watching Bo Ryan run slow, agonizing circles around Tom Crean as the eleven o'clock hour approached last night, you might have missed the hidden gem on ESPNU. And that's too bad, but I'm here to help. Because while In...

    Blog | January 16, 2013
  2. MLB Playoff Hate Primer: The Best Player to Despise on Each Team

    Shane Ryan

    The playoffs are a time for triumph and joy, and in a month our lasting image for the season will be some team celebrating a World Series win with champagne and goggles. But it would be wrong to ignore the flip side of that coin. Wayyyy more teams wi...

    Blog | October 02, 2013
  3. The Triple Crown and the Death of Alydar

    Shane Ryan

    On Saturday afternoon, I'll Have Another will try to follow up his Kentucky Derby win by out-dueling Bodemeister (the odds-on favorite) and the rest of the field in the Preakness Stakes. If he can do it, he'll be the 12th horse in three decades to wi...

    Blog | May 18, 2012
  4. The Eight Factors: NC State-Kansas

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 11-seed NC State (24-12) vs. 2-seed Kansas (29-6). Factor 1: Better Colleg...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  5. The Eight Factors: Indiana-Kentucky

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 4-seed Indiana (27-8) vs. 1-seed Kentucky (34-2). Factor 1: Better College T...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  6. The Eight Factors: Ohio-North Carolina

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 13-seed Ohio (29-7) vs. 1-seed North Carolina (31-5). Factor 1: Better Col...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  7. The Eight Factors: Xavier-Baylor

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 10-seed Xavier (23-12) vs. 3-seed Baylor (29-7). Factor 1: Better College ...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  8. The Eight Factors: Florida-Marquette

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. Eight factors for the Elite Eight? It just feels right. In this installment: 7-seed Florida (25-10)...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  9. The Eight Factors: Cincinnati-Ohio State

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 6-seed Cincinnati (26-10) vs. 2-seed Ohio State (29-7) in the Ohio Derby. ...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  10. The Eight Factors: Louisville-Michigan State

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 4-seed Louisville (28-9) vs. 1-seed Michigan State (29-7). Factor 1: Better ...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  11. The Eight Factors: Wisconsin-Syracuse

    Shane Ryan

    The Eight Factors measures four basketball criteria along with four non-basketball criteria to take the measure of who will win each Sweet 16 game. In this installment: 4-seed Wisconsin (26-9) vs. 1-seed Syracuse (33-2). Factor 1: Better Colleg...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  12. Andrew Luck Should Not Win the Heisman (Then or Now)

    Shane Ryan

    Before we get started, here are two criteria that should never determine the winner of the Heisman Trophy: 1. The player everyone thought was going to win the Heisman before the season began. 2. The player everyone thinks will be the best in the ...

    Blog | November 17, 2011