I’ve done extensive research and we all know the only power rankings that
really matter are the LPP’s. Here you go.
Both teams are off to great starts. As of today, the Nats trail the Braves by a half and Baltimore has a 1 game edge on TB. Both are surprising and I don’t think any baseball fan could say with a straight face that they could have predicted their success this early.
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read it: MOYER MAKES ROCKIES AS NO.2 STARTER.
This is Lurch’s favorite time of the year as conference tournaments get started, the NCAA tournament is just around the corner. Jason knows the field is soft though, especially after going to 68 teams.
This will be the eighth post-season meeting since 1981 between San Francisco and New York and they have had some epic battles in the playoffs on both coasts. Here are some of the memories of the previous seven games.
Monday night’s offensive performance may be the worst in championship history. I won’t blame this loss on the Tiger defense, not one bit. They were put in bad spots all night.
There are four great days in sports in my opinion. Opening day in baseball, first round of the NCAA Tournament, Sunday at the US Open and Wildcard Weekend in the NFL. Freakin love it!!! Here’s how it will go down.
Saturday’s brawl between Cincy and Xavier was ugly, inexcusable, unpardonable and intolerable. Kids who throw punches on the college basketball court need a stiffer penalty than 6 games.
Remember the criticism Gary Williams took for years because he wouldn’t go out to the AAU tournaments? He didn’t like to play the games with coaches and handlers who have infested hoops recruiting the last 15 years or so. It’s a different world and Mark Turgeon understands it.
This isn’t exactly the worst case scenario for the BCS, but it’s a close second. The worst case would be three top power conference unbeatens, but this could turn real ugly real fast.