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The Men's NCAA basketball tournament is upon us. Here's my preview of what's going to happen.
17 Mar 2008
Mark Nichols 
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I just e-mailed The Sports Guy on ESPN.com the following:

I was watching the Georgetown-Syracuse men's basketball game on Saturday. It strikes me that Syracuse has the most complete "name" team I've seen in a long time. Get a load of these guys:

Starting:
Donte Greene
Kris Ongenaet
Arinze Onuaku
Jonny Flynn
Paul Harris

And coming off the bench are:
Rick Jackson
Scoop Jardine

Not only are their names universally cool, they match their on-court personalities perfectly! There's the Americana Enforcers (Paul Harris, Rick Jackson), slash guys (Donte Green, Jonny Flynn), the European mix-it-up guy (Kris Ongenaet), the beat-down center (Arinze Onuaku), and, to top it off, the coming-off-the-bench point guard (Scoop Jardine).

Has there ever been a team where names match personality so closely? Does this mean good things ahead for this Syracuse squad?
17 Feb 2008
Paul Nichols 
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ESPN's fantasy baseball league is up and ready to create. I don't know who is going to be commish, but please email me at kpod(at)psu(dot)edu with details.
15 Feb 2008
Ken 
Sports Guy - 2 Cents
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I'm worried about The Sports Guy on ESPN. He usually doesn't go a week without posting. I hope everything is okay with him and his family.
30 Jan 2008
Mark Nichols 
Tennis - 2 Cents
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Roger Federer will be facing Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open tennis semifinals... I want Federer to break every record in the book that relates to tennis grand slams. But I think he has a real test in front of him with this Djokovic guy. Just like I want Nadal to continue to be that tough competition for Federer in the French Open, I think Djokovic can prove to be that tough competition on hardcourt for him - so that when Federer's name comes up in the debate of the greatest ever, he'll be able to name these great players as his rivals. I just hope Federer ends up being a little better than Djokovic this year so his Slam run can continue.
23 Jan 2008
Mark Nichols 
I was reading an article on The Mitchell Report about steroids in baseball. At the bottom of the article was a post from a reader ranting about, well, I'm not sure.
13 Dec 2007
Paul Nichols 
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If you're not reading this guy at ESPN.com, you're missing some solid intellectual writing. Seriously, he covers football, too, but also physics, creation, and anything else he fancies that week. I wrote him some fan mail.
28 Nov 2007
Paul Nichols 
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Is anyone else sick of Al Michaels totally missing a call? Time and again, he seems totally intent on not seeing in a replay what everyone at home is seeing. For example, he loves saying how people are out of bounds when they're clearly in (or didn't even catch the ball, making his entire argument irrelevant). Or he loves saying how receivers had control of a ball, even though they weren't even inbounds when they caught it.
25 Nov 2007
Paul Nichols 
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The Yanks recently hired Joe Girardi. The press poo-pooed Don Mattingly because he supposedly has no coaching experience. The Yanks made the right decision, but the press got the Mattingly angle wrong.
31 Oct 2007
Paul Nichols 
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This probably deserves its own article, but anyone notice that the Red Sox came back to win against Cleveland after being down 3 games to 1... after enjoying a day off? The day off came between games 4 and 5 at Cleveland when normally they wouldn't have had a day off. But scheduling quirks gave them the rest and may have helped shift momentum back to the Sox. Days off allowed the Sox to beat the Yanks in '04 (rain out) and Detroit to beat the Yanks in '06 (rain out again). That's my theory and I'm stickin' to it.
22 Oct 2007
Mark Nichols 

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