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Ohio State Releases Awesome National Championship Hype Video

The Buckeyes make us miss football season even more
Ohio State Releases Awesome National Championship Hype Video

College football season has been over for 52 days. A long, cold 52 days.

 

Thankfully, Ohio State is giving us the warm fuzzies as we all try to climb out of winter and into spring.

 

The national champion Buckeyes released their national championship hype video Thursday, and hit the spot.

 

Give it a look. It’s awesome.

 

(at least until Coldplay starts playing.)

 

Pac-12 North 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Athlon previews the storylines in the Pac-12 North this spring.
Pac-12 North 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Spring practice is already underway for a handful of college football teams, and the offseason workouts and scrimmages provide the first glimpse of how all 128 teams will look in 2015.

 

Pac-12 South 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Athlon previews the storylines in the Pac-12 this spring.
Big 12 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Spring practice is already underway for a handful of college football teams, and the offseason workouts and scrimmages provide the first glimpse of how all 128 teams will look in 2015.

 

The Pac-12 South Division was viewed by some as the best in college football a year ago. At this stage of the year, it's not unreasonable to predict five of the six teams to be ranked in the preseason. A legit case could be made for any of the top four — USC, Arizona State, UCLA, Arizona — to win the division. Buckle up, it's going to be a fun year out West.

Big Ten 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Athlon previews the key spring storylines.
Big Ten 2015 Spring Preview and Power Rankings

Spring practice is already underway for a handful of college football teams, and the offseason workouts and scrimmages provide the first glimpse of how all 128 teams will look in 2015.

 

12 Unlikely Players Who Could Be 2015 NCAA Tournament Heroes

These role players are in position for a memorable March
12 Unlikely Players Who Could Be 2015 NCAA Tournament Heroes

 

Every team that makes a run in the NCAA Tournament needs a role player to become the hero for a game or two.

 

For 2014 national champion Connecticut, it was DeAndre Daniels. The forward was a solid player entering the tournament, but he exploded for 27 points in the Sweet 16 against Iowa State and then 20 in the Final Four against Florida?

 

And who could have expected that lightly used Marcus Lee would have stepped in for 10 points and seven offensive rebounds to send Kentucky to the Final Four.

 

Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh's Twitter is a Delight

Wolverines new coach tweets at Madonna, congratulates Judge Judy, hangs out with Garth
Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh's Twitter is a Delight

Let’s face it: College football coaches’ Twitter accounts are mostly hit or miss.

 

Most are full of inspirational quotes, coded recruiting announcements and a general excitement to “get after it.”

 

Thankfully, Jim Harbaugh has returned to college football to spice up social media.

 

Texas Longhorns Have Sights Set on Strong Finish in Hopes of Making NCAA Tournament Field

Rick Barnes’ team has failed to live up to preseason expectations
Rick Barnes’ Texas Longhorns Have Sights Set on Strong Finish in Hopes of Making NCAA Tournament Field

Other than which player will line up under center for Charlie Strong’s football team in the season opener against Notre Dame on September 5th, there isn’t a hotter topic in Austin than the future of the Texas Longhorns’ basketball program – on multiple levels.

 

This is Prince's High School Basketball Picture

A Minneapolis reporter shares these gems from the archives
This is Prince's High School Basketball Picture

Prince is pretty much the coolest dude on the planet. Seriously, even cool people bow to the coolness that is Prince.

 

Before Purple Rain, before Sign “O” the Times, before changing his name to an unpronounceable symbol, Prince Rogers Nelson was a sometimes disgruntled high school basketball player in his hometown of Minneapolis.

 

Minnesota Twins 2015 Preview and Prediction

Joe Mauer and the Twins have posted four straight seasons of 70 or fewer wins
Minnesota Twins 2015 Preview and Prediction

When Phil Hughes signed a three-year, $42 million contract extension just before Christmas, the veteran righthander insisted he could see signs of hope for a Twins franchise that has fallen on hard times.

 

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