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Archive for April 3rd, 2012

Joe Flacco on Being a Top-Five Quarterback: “I don’t Think I’m Top Five, I Think I’m the Best”

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

More than 11 weeks have now passed since Bill Cundiff shanked a last-second field goal attempt to bring an abrupt end to the Baltimore Ravens' 2011 season. Had that 32-yarder gone through the uprights, a stellar Joe Flacco performance might not have gone to waste. Flacco had taken so much ...

Anthony Davis: “I told Darius (Miller) at the beginning of the year you’re not leaving Kentucky without a ring”

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

When John Calipari arrived in Kentucky he had one goal in mind and that was to bring the Kentucky basketball program back to prominence and compete for National Championships. Mission accomplished. After falling short a few times recently, this year belonged to the Wildcats. They were the best team in ...

Matt Cain takes a Non-Confrontational Approach to Contract Negotiations and Becomes Highest Paid Right-Hander in Baseball History

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

The San Francisco Giants locked up a major piece of their young pitching core this week by working out a contract extension for All-Star Matt Cain. The right-hander has now signed a contract that is for six years, $127.5 million, with a player option for 2018 that would bring the ...

With Multiple Offers on the Table, Bruce Weber Picks Kansas State

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

It didn't take Bruce Weber long to find a new home. In fact, it sounds like he had his pick of the litter. The Illinois coach was fired immediately after his team bowed out of the Big Ten tournament last month, but he says calls starting heating up about new ...

Brendan Haywood on alleged cheap shot of Dwight Howard: “I thought it was a big April Fools’ joke. There’s nothing to it.”

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Stan Van Gundy is evidently claiming that Brendan Haywood "double punched" Dwight Howard in the back during the 3rd quarter of the Magic's tough luck loss to the Mavericks last Friday night. The footage begs to differ. Take a look at it for yourself if you are not familiar to ...