Posted on: February 3, 2008 5:32 am

Recap of Saturday's Games in the A-10

There was 6 games on the schedule for Saturday in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Here is a recap of the game in the A-10.

St. Louis 71 Massachusetts 59

Leading Scorers

St. Louis - Kevin Lisch - 16 points, 2 reb, 4 ast
St. Louis - Tommie Liddell - 16 points, 9 reb, 1 ast
Massachusetts - Gary Forbes - 20 points, 4 reb

Rhode Island 82 Dayton 70

Leading Scorers

Rhode Island - Jimmy Baron - 20 points, 2 reb, 5 ast
Rhode Island - Joe Mbang - 21 points, 8 reb
Dayton - Brian Roberts - 17 points, 2 reb, 1 ast

Richmond 64 Charlotte 58

Leading Scorers

Richmond - Kevin Anderson - 17 points, 4 reb, 3 ast
Richmond - Gaston Moliva - 12 points, 5 reb, 2 ast
Charlotte - C. Coley - 13 points, 7 reb

St. Bonaventure 74 Duquesne 59

Leading Scorers

St. Bonaventure - Michael Lee - 16 points, 10 reb, 2 ast
St. Bonaventure - Tyler Benson - 15 points, 5 reb, 5 ast
Duquesne - Gary Tucker - 13 points, 4 reb, 3 ast

St. Joseph's 70 Fordham 55

Leading Scorers

St. Joseph's - Ahman Nivins - 15 points, 7 reb
St. Joseph's - Pat Calthes - 14 points, 2 reb, 1 ast
Fordham - Marcus Stout - 19 points, 2 reb, 3 ast

Xavier 75 LaSalle 62

Leading Scorers

Xavier - C.J. Anderson - 16 points, 7 reb
Xavier - Derrick Brown - 11 points, 7 reb, 2 ast
LaSalle - Rodney Green - 18 points, 2 reb, 3 ast
Posted on: February 2, 2008 5:09 am

Bullpen's Top 30 College Basketball Rankings

It's that time of the week fans, it is time for my Top 30 College Basketball Teams in the Country. This rankings will be for the week beginning Feb. 2nd 2008. Let's get started and see where your favorite team falls in my rankings.

Top 30 as of Feb. 2nd 2008

1. Memphis
2. Duke
3. North Carolina
5. Kansas
6. Georgetown
7. Tennessee
8. Michigan State
9. Wisconsin
10. Stanford
11. Xavier
12. Indiana
13. Butler
14. Washington State
15. Texas
16. Marquette
17. Florida
18. Drake
19. Kansas State
20. St. Mary's
21. Pittsburgh
22. Texas A&M
23. Vanderbilt
24. Mississippi State
25. Connecticut
26. Mississippi
27. Arizona State
28. Notre Dame
29. Arizona
30. Dayton
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: February 1, 2008 5:30 am

Sports Saturday: What To Watch For

Here it is another Sports Saturday, and I got your Sports listings for the games played Saturday on T.V. Just a reminder there are only 44 days until March Madness and Selection Sunday.

College Basketball

12:00PM - Syracuse at Villanova  (ESPN)
12:00PM - Maryland at Georgia Tech  (ESPN2)
1:00PM - Kentucky at Georgia  (CBS)
2:00PM - Oklahoma State at Texas Tech  (ESPN)
3:30PM - #2 Kansas at Colorado  (ABC Regional)
3:30PM - Miami (Fla) at #3 Duke  (ABC Regional)
6:00PM - DePaul at Notre Dame  (ESPN Classic)
9:00PM - Arizona at #5 UCLA  (ESPN)


7:30PM - Clippers at Cavaliers
9:00PM - Bobcats at Nuggets
10:00PM - Bulls at Kings

To listen to these games for FREE just go to NBA.COM.


2:00PM - Islanders at Canadiens
7:00PM - Red Wings at Bruins
7:00PM - Senators at Maple Leafs

To listen to these games for FREE just go to NHL.COM.
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 31, 2008 5:23 am

Super Bowl XLII: Let the Betting Begin

Have you ever wonder, What you can bet on for Super Bowl XLII? Well. I was and I printed out 40 pages of things that have odds on it. Anything from who will win the coin flip to how many completions Tom Brady will have during the game? Here are some odds that I found for Super Bowl XLII.

The Patriots are 12 point favorites over the Giants. The odds are subject to change up until or around kickoff.

Super Bowl MVP

Tom Brady 1-2
Randy Moss 11-2
Laurence Maroney 5-1
Eli Manning 7-2
Brandon Jacobs 10-1
Plaxico Burress 8-1

Player to score the first touchdown

Tom Brady 20-1
Randy Moss 4-1
Laurence Maroney 5-1
Eli Manning 25-1
Brandon Jacobs 10-1
Plaxico Burress 8-1

First scoring play of the game

Patriots Touchdown Pass 7-4
Patriots Touchdown Run 4-1
Patriots Field Goal 7-2
Giants Touchdown Pass 4-1
Giants Touchdown Run 8-1
Giants Field Goal 5-1
Category: NFL
Tags: Super Bowl
Posted on: January 30, 2008 5:30 am

Super Bowl XLII Preview

Giants vs Patriots - The biggest question going into Super Bowl XLII is weather Tom Brady will play or not? Just Kidding!!!! We all know that when the Patriots Offense take the field Sunday that Tom Brady will be leading the way. I think the Patriots need to keep on running the ball like they have been doing like  the other 2 Playoff Games, then pop a couple Play Action Passes on the Giants Defense. I see a big game for Patriots RB Laurence Maroney and the injured Tom Brady. I see either of those 2 players winning Super Bowl MVP Honors.

As for the Giants it all come down to turnovers, if the Giants do not turn the ball over they have a great shot of beating the Patriots. Will we see the Eli Manning we have been seeing in the 3 other Playoff games or will Bad Eli Manning show is ugly face in Super Bowl XLII? I hate to keep on bring this up, but it is like a Horror Movie you know the Monster is out there but, you do not know where he is going to pop up.

My pick

Patriots 28 Giants 17

My record for predicting games in the 2007 Playoffs stand at 6-4
Posted on: January 29, 2008 5:44 am

Super Bowl XLII Tidbits

With Super Bowl XLII 5 days away and counting until the Giants and the Patriots take the Field. I came up with a few tidbit  I have heard the last couple of days.

_ Tom Brady - This just in to the newsroom, Brady will start Super Bowl XLII, Well DUH we all knew this when all the stuff came out about the Boot on Brady's foot. This is the Media at its best trying to make a story out of a non story and just keeps it up until we all get sick of the whole story.

_ Don Shula and the "72" Dolphins - Here is a surprise for everyone, Don Shula is pulling for the Giants in the Super Bowl, I guess that means that the rest of the Grumpy Old Men are doing the same thing. This is why I am pulling for the Patriots to win the Super Bowl, to shut up the Grumpy Old Men forever. That goes double for Mercury Morris everytime he opens his mouth he sounds like a moron.

_ Joe Namath - Joe Namath is pulling for the Giant just like Shula, Namath said this is the first time he has pulled for a NFC team. This is just another case of somebody hating on the Patriots. When the Patriots win on Sunday,  I guess it will stut everybody hating on the Patriots.

_ Super Bowl Ticket Price - Did anybody see the price of a Super Bowl Ticket? On Stub Hub they are going for between $2450 - $19446. The average price of a ticket is $4300 and the NFL originally price those tickets at $700 - $900.
Posted on: January 28, 2008 5:12 am

Atlantic 10: The Week Ahead

The Atlantic 10 Conference schedule for the week beginning Jan. 28th though Feb. 3rd 2008. This conference does not get the attention I think it should so, this is my way of giving the conference some attention.

Wednesday Jan. 30th

St. Joseph's  at George Washington
Richmond at Rhode Island
St. Louis at Dayton
Massachusetts at Duquesne
St. Bonaventure at LaSalle

Thursday Jan. 31st

Temple at Fordham

Saturday Feb 2nd

Massachusetts at St. Louis
Dayton at Rhode Island (A-10  Game  of the Week)
Richmond at Charlotte
Duquesne at St. Bonaventure
Fordham at St. Joesph's
LaSalle at #22 Xavier

Sunday Feb. 3rd

George Washington at Temple
Category: NCAAB
Posted on: January 26, 2008 5:04 am

My Top 30 College Basketball Rankings

Here is my Top 30 College Basketball team as they stand as of now Jan. 26th 2008.

My Top 30  starting week that beginnings Jan.26th 2008

1. Memphis
2. Kansas
3. Duke
4. North Carolina
5. Indiana
7. Georgetown
8. Tennessee
9. Wisconsin
10. Michigan State
11. Vanderbilt
12. Washington State
13. Pittsburgh
14. Texas
15. Stanford
16. Mississippi
17. Marquette
18. Drake
19. Xavier
20. Butler
21. Arizona State
22. Baylor
23. Dayton
24. Villanova
25. St. Mary's
26. Texas A&M
27. West Virginia
28. Rhode Island
29. Clemson
30. Kansas State
The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or