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Clayton Kershaw is clearly the top arm in the majors, but when it comes to ranking the best one-two punch in baseball, the nod goes to the Nationals.
Heading into the NCAA tournament, South Carolina had the third-best defense in the nation. It’s been even better since.
If No. 3 Oregon is going to have any chance at an upset it must slow Kansas down and force the Jayhawks into bad shots.
The Hoyas were once a top-20 program under John Thompson III. Here’s why they faltered.
Since 2011, there have been 91 games that required overtime; only 16 featured a drive in the final five minutes of overtime and only three of those teams played the following Thursday. What are we doing here?
Teams that finish with better records are not being rewarded, because this system makes sense to someone who apparently doesn’t like logic.
Since 1985, a top-three seed has a 70 percent win rate in the Sweet 16. All four of Thursday’s games feature upset odds above 30 percent, however.
The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook lists the Cavaliers as the second choice to win the 2017 NBA title (9-to-4 odds) behind the Golden State Warriors (4-to-7 odds).
Only three times in the past 32 years have two teams seeded No. 7 or worse beaten top-four teams in the Sweet 16 in the same tournament.
Charting the best (and worst) Super Bowls in NFL history