We all knew this was coming for some time, but the news was made official today: The BIG EAST Conference and Syracuse University today announced that both organizations have reached an agreement on Syracuse’s departure from the BIG EAST and move to the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). Under the terms of the agreement reached between the BIG EAST and Syracuse, the BIG EAST … [Read more...] about Syracuse officially leaving Big East for ACC in 2013
NBA draft scenarios for Indiana Pacers
The Indiana Pacers are staring the end of the Larry Bird era in the eyes right now. The 2011-12 NBA Executive of the Year announced his decision to step down as team president Thursday, but he's not quite done yet. Bird will conduct the Pacers' draft alongside Donnie Walsh, who returns to Indiana as president, and newly promoted GM Kevin Pritchard. The trio could go … [Read more...] about NBA draft scenarios for Indiana Pacers
Minnesota Timberwolves “luck” might be turning around?
I know the last few years have been down-right dreadful for fans of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Our last few draft picks (Wes Johnson and Derrick Williams) haven't panned-out, so far or yet. But, Ricky Rubio brought a spark this season before his ACL injury. He lit-up Target Center with his maestro passing skills and non-matador-esque defensive ability that most of his … [Read more...] about Minnesota Timberwolves “luck” might be turning around?
2012 NFL Draft – Top Defensive Backs
2012 NFL Draft – Top Defensive Lineman
Defensive End 1. Melvin Ingram, South Carolina (6-2, 264): One of the most versatile defensive lineman in the draft, Ingram could play in both the 3-4 as an OLB or speed DE, as well as play the traditional 4-3 defensive end. Ingram has pro-ready hand technique and frequently gets his man off balance. Prediction: Top-15 … [Read more...] about 2012 NFL Draft – Top Defensive Lineman