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Added October 14th, 2014 by Ian

Georgia football fans ask President Obama to overturn player’s suspension

College football star Todd Gurley of the University of Georgia was an early season favourite for the Heisman Trophy this year, that was until he was suspended by the school on October 9 for allegedly breaking NCAA rules. An investigation is still underway and Gurley will have to sit out until it’s been completed. It’s believed that the running back took a small amount of money earlier this year during a memorabilia-signing event and could now be banned for the remainder of the 2014 season.

Georgia fans aren’t happy with this turn of events and have decided to do something about it. The entertaining Gurley was leading the SEC in rushing with 773 yards at the time of the suspension and also had eight touchdowns, which ranked him as number six in the nation.

 
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Added May 25th, 2012 by Matt

Reese’s Puffs Art: The Anthony Davis Uni-Brow Edition

Danny Palmer is a self-professed “die-hard Kentucky Wildcats, BBN and Dallas Cowboys fan” that loves to draw anything & everything. He can even do it with breakfast cereals.

Danny took that love of art and Kentucky Wildcats, grabbed some boxes of Reese’s Puffs and Kix and crafted this portrait of soon-to-be #1 pick Anthony Davis, complete with uni-brow.

Anthony Davis cereal art

His art has garnered him a lot of attention. His art was seen on SportsCenter and Twitter is re-tweeting his portrait like crazy. You can see more of his work on Facebook, at his Palmer’s Portraits page.

 
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Added April 3rd, 2011 by Ryan

2011 NCAA National Championship: UConn (3) vs. Butler (8)

2011 NCAA National Championship: UConn Huskies (3) vs. Butler Bulldogs (8) Mon. April 4, 2011 9:23 p.m. EST

The Final Four is officially in the books as both the VCU Rams and the Kentucky Wildcats have been sent packing after what was an amazing run throughout the 2011 NCAA Tournament. Even though the best matchup left has already come and gone with the Kentucky Wildcats taking on the UConn Huskies, the NCAA National Championship game could be a surprisingly good one as the Butler Bulldogs (8) will look to cap off yet another Cinderella season with a NCAA title.

 
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Added March 29th, 2011 by Ryan

Final Four: Butler (8) vs. VCU (11)

Butler Bulldogs (8) vs. VCU Rams (11) Sat. April 2, 2011 6:09 p.m. EST

Every single year during March Madness there is one or two teams in the NCAA Tournament that shocks the world and is able to defy the odds in every single game they play. Not only are these kind of underdogs the main reason for this time being called March Madness, but it is also the reason why this tournament is so popular in this country as America loves Cinderella stories.

This season it has been the VCU Rams (11) that have been able to defy the odds in the 2011 NCAA Tournament as they are officially the first team in college basketball history to advance to the Final Four from the new First Four round of the NCAA Tournament. Not only have the Rams already made history by pulling off this amazing feat, but they have been able to win games in convincing fashion over some of the best teams in the country like the Georgetown Hoyas, Purdue Boilermakers and most notably against the Kansas Jayhawks.

 
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Added March 29th, 2011 by Ryan

Final Four: UConn (3) vs. Kentucky (4) The 2011 NCAA Tournament is down to just four teams with the UConn Huskies (3) taking on the Kentucky Wildcats (4) going head-to-head in the Final Four.

 
Added March 27th, 2011 by Ryan

Elite Eight: Kansas (1) vs. VCU (11) The Kansas Jayhawks (1) will look to keep up their winning ways and advance to the Final Four with a win over the VCU Rams (11).

 
Added March 27th, 2011 by Ryan

Elite Eight: Kentucky (4) vs. UNC (2) Roy Williams and company will try to advance to the Final Four by trying to take down John Calipari's Kentucky Wildcats (4) in the Elite Eight.

 
Added March 26th, 2011 by Ryan

Elite Eight: UConn (3) vs. Arizona (5) There is no question that the UConn (3) are the best team in this tournament, but they could have their work cut out for the against the Wildcats.

 
Added March 25th, 2011 by Ryan

Sweet 16: Ohio State (1) vs. Kentucky (4) Jared Sullinger and company have been able to live up to their number one seed billing and will now look to advance once again against the Wildcats.

 
Added March 25th, 2011 by Ryan

Sweet 16: Marquette (11) vs. UNC (2) The Tar Heels (2) will look to stay hot as they will take on the Golden Eagles (11) in the Sweet 16.

 
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