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Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dodgers' Kershaw unhappy with slider, happy with Magic Johnson as owner Despite the struggles with one of his best "out" pitches, Kershaw is ready for the start of the season, and is thrilled with the new ownership group that just bought the Dodgers for a record 2 billion dollars, which includes legendary LA Laker, Magic Johnson... Tyler Zeller talks faith after loss Zeller, a senior, has played his final game for North Carolina. “It all comes back to my faith..." Butler's Nored named high school head coach That didn't take long did it? Butler's senior point guard Ronald Nored, who just played in his final game for the Bulldogs last week, has been named the head coach of Brownsburg High School, where former Butler teammate and Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward attended... Christian Athletes in the Headlines Brother of Ohio State men's basketball player Aaron Craft deploys for Afghanistan (Cleveland.com) Tim Tebow at center of lawsuit by Nike filed against Reebok (NJ.com) Angels' Pujols in no rush for Opening Day to come (Orange County Register)

Today On The Show: - Bryce gives his reasons why it’s bad for college basketball if Kentucky wins it all. - Bryce and Aaron argue about North Carolina missing Kendall Marshall. - Has Harrison Barnes been a disappointment? - Why Bryce roots for Tiger Woods. - The guys yapp about Tebow’s press conference with the Jets. - Does Bryce think Tim Tebow will start? Play in new window | Download | Subscribe in iTunes | Listen on Stitcher

Two more games decided the final two entrants into the Final Four. What did Rick Pitino say would happen to the state of Kentucky if Louisville pulls off the upset? And why North Carolina can't simply blame Kendall Marshall's injury for their loss against Kansas. Oh, and by the way, Jayne S. is now leading the Sports Spectrum bracket challenge. And guess who has crept up to number 3...that's right, your's truly. I was three for four in my Final Four picks, not bad. Let's get to Sunday's games...

TOP 10 YOUNG PLAYERS 1. Craig Kimbrel, Atlanta Braves – The Braves youngster won Rookie of the Year in 2011 and set a rookie saves record...

TOP 10 RELIEVERS 1. Mariano Rivera, N.Y. Yankees – Still the best closer in baseball, despite being 42 years old. Rivera has amassed 603 career saves...

TOP 10 STARTING PITCHERS 1. Justin Verlander (RHP), Detroit Tigers – Won the American League Cy Young by winning pitching’s Triple Crown (24-5 record, 2.40 ERA,...

TOP 10 HITTERS 1. Matt Kemp, L.A. Dodgers – Many thought Kemp should have been the National League MVP after taking two-thirds of the triple crown...

TOP 10 ACQUISITIONS 1. Albert Pujols, L.A. Angels – Biggest acquisition in recent years, for any team. 2. Prince Fielder, Detroit Tigers – Returning to the city where...

TOP 10 MOST INTERESTING PEOPLE 1. Brian Wilson, San Francisco Giants – This generation’s Yogi Berra. Wilson is often over the top with everything he says...

TOP 10 ACQUISITIONS 1. Albert Pujols, L.A. Angels – Biggest acquisition in recent years, for any team. 2. Prince Fielder, Detroit Tigers – Returning to the...

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