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Podcast Audio: ‘The Sports Watchdog’ Radio Show Features NFL’s Marques Colston, MLS’s Jack Elliott & MLB’s Steve Wightman

This weekend’s edition of The #SportsWatchdog Radio Show on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 – Phoenix was full! In addition to exclusive interviews with former Super Bowl champion NFL wide receiver Marques Colston, center back for the MLS Philadelphia Union Jack Elliott and MLB Hall-of-Fame groundskeeper Steve Wightmen, it also featured commentary on the recent acquisition by the LA Galaxy ... Read More »

Podcast Audio: ‘The Sports Watchdog’ Radio Show Features MLB’s Ferguson Jenkins & NFL-Related Author Michael McCormack

This weekend’s edition of The Sports Watchdog Radio Show on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 – Phoenix was stacked! In addition to exclusive interviews with MLB Hall-of-Fame pitcher Ferguson Jenkins as well as NFL-related author of “Born Fanatic: My Life in the Grip of the NFL” Michael McCormack, it also featured commentary on the beginning stages of the NFL offseason ... Read More »

Podcast Audio: ‘The Sports Watchdog’ Radio Show Features NFL’s Aeneas Williams & CEO Brandon Steiner

This weekend’s edition of The Sports Watchdog Radio Show on NBC Sports Radio AM 1060 – Phoenix was loaded! In addition to exclusive interviews with NFL Hall-of-Famer Aeneas Williams as well as the Founder and CEO of Steiner Sports Memorabilia Brandon Steiner, it also featured commentary on the NFL and the Los Angeles Rams recent off-season moves, the possible free ... Read More »

March Madness Stats & Facts + 2018’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans – WalletHub Reports

With March Madness just over a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its NCAA Tournament Stats & Facts infographic as well as its report on 2018’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. To find 2018’s top spots for NCAA hoops, WalletHub crunched the numbers on more than 280 U.S. cities ... Read More »

New York Is 2018’s 5th Best Large City for College Basketball Fans – WalletHub Report

With March Madness just over a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its NCAA Tournament Stats & Facts infographic as well as its report on 2018’s Best Cities for College Basketball Fans to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. To find 2018’s top spots for NCAA hoops, WalletHub crunched the numbers on more than 280 cities using ... Read More »

Duke rallies to beat Wisconsin for 5th title

Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) – Mike Krzyzewski celebrated with his players on the makeshift Lucas Oil Stadium court after a game that looked lost until it wasn’t. Duke’s fifth national championship came largely on the backs of two freshmen, just not the ones everyone expected. First-year guards Tyus Jones and Grayson Allen scored 29 of Duke’s 37 points in the second ... Read More »

NCAA Tournament Game Capsules from March 29

(Sunday, March 29) Final Score: Michigan State 76, Louisville 70 (OT) Syracuse, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – Tom Izzo and Michigan State are heading back to the Final Four, this time as a No. 7 seed. The unheralded Spartans survived Louisville 76-70 in overtime on Sunday to cut down the nets at the Carrier Dome as champions of the East Region. Mangok ... Read More »

NCAA Tournament Game Capsules for March 29

(Saturday, March 28) Final Score: Wisconsin 85, Arizona 78 Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) – Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and the Wisconsin Badgers are headed back to the Final Four. Once again, it came at the expense of Arizona. Kaminsky’s dominance inside, Dekker’s clutch shooting and a plus-30 differential from 3-point range helped Wisconsin beat Arizona 85-78 in Saturday’s West Region ... Read More »

NCAA Tournament Game Capsules for March 26

(Thursday, March 26) Final Score: Notre Dame 81, Wichita State 70 Cleveland, OH (SportsNetwork.com) – Mike Brey called a timeout early in the second half after Wichita State took its first lead of the night. Whatever was said in the huddle apparently provided a spark, as Notre Dame took over and rolled to an 81-70 win that ended its long ... Read More »

How Sweet (16) it is

By Scott Haynes After six exhilarating days of basketball, the NCAA Tournament field has dropped to 16 participants. While reaching the Sweet 16 is certainly satisfying, all the teams still alive in the tournament know there is a golden opportunity staring them in the face. Whether they can take advantage is what will make this week’s action so much fun ... Read More »