Posted on: December 11, 2009 6:59 pm

The steelers will fail to make the playoffs.

last night, a 1-11 Cleveland Browns played a 6-6, Super Bowl defending Pittsburg Steelers, and suprisinglly won. This became the 5th straight loss for the Steelers. THe same team that gave Minnesota one of only two losses. They started 6-2, but are now 6-7. Losing five straight including Oakland, Kansas City and Clevland. Making there playoff hopes almost dead  
Category: NFL
Posted on: February 10, 2009 5:18 pm

If the BE Tourny was today...

Than this is what would happen.

West Virginia over DePaul

Senton Hall over Rutgers

Georgetown over St.Johns

Notre Dame over South Florida

Second Round

West Virginia over Providence

Cinncinatti over Senton Hall

Georgetown over Syracuse

Villinova over Notre Dame

Third Round

Pittsburg over Villinova

Louville over Georgetown

Marquete over Cincinatti

Connecticut over West Virginia

Fourth Round

Connecticut over Pittsburg

Louville over Marquette


Connecticut over Louville

Posted on: January 28, 2009 8:44 am

If the BE Tourny was today...

This is how i think it would go. Note: New Tourny is to complicating so ill do it this way.

Marquette over Depaul

Louville over Rutgers

Uconn over Senton Hall

Pitt over South Florida

St. Johns over Providence

Syracuse over Notre Dame

Nova over Cinncinatti

Georgetown over West Virginia

Second Round

Marquette over Georgetown :(

Louville over Nova

UCONN over Syracuse

Pitt over St. Johns

Third Rond

Louville over Marquette

UCONN over Pitt


UCONN over Louville






Posted on: January 18, 2009 8:48 am

Wake, the New #1

After a strong preformance by wake yesterday against Clemson. And a Pittsburg loss against Louville. Wake Forest will probablly be the newest #1 in college basketball.  Wake Forest has been strong all season including a win against a strong North Carolina team.

Late in the game between Wake and Clemson yesterday. Wake had a commanding lead. But Clemson went on a 16-3 run to almost tie the game. Wake came right back thpugh. Returning with a dunk and a pair of free throws to take home victory, again.

Louville's Earl Clark got a really good birthday present yesterday. Him and the rest of the Cardinals knocked of #1 ranked Pittsburg. Terrence Williams led Louville with 20 poins and 7 rebounds. Clark had 16 points and eleven rebounds.

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