Posts Tagged ‘ Big East ’

Monday Edition

Here are four Monday topics for you to start the week

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Will Kansas be defeated at KC’s Sprint Center which is 30 miles from campus?

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Seven games scheduled tonight
TNT Monday DH:
3. Warriors @ Thunder, 7 pm
4. Knicks @ Clippers, 9:30 pm

Second Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Five games tonight
3. Teams are starting to clinch playoff spots
4. Monday NBCSN Game: Sabres @ Red Wings, 6:30 pm

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. College basketball scoreboards – men & women
2. The Women’s sweet 16 will be set tonight
3. Men’s sweet 16 break down: B1G, Big XII, PAC-12, SEC (3); Big East (2), ACC and West Coast (2)
4. Will anyone beat Kansas at Sprint Center in Kansas City?

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links

1. Media Circus: Live streaming next big thing for athletes?
2. Our national nightmare is over
3. Sad news about Dwight Clark
4. WBC semifinals

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2017 Posts: 54

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The Wednesday Edition

Halfway through the week


The Women’s Final Four is set for this weekend with new faces

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. NBAtv Wednesday DH: Hawks (45-30) @ Raptors (49-24) 6:30 pm; Heat (43-30) @ Lakers (15-59) 9 pm
3. Division Leaders
EAST: ATL – TOR (49-24), CEN – CLE (52-22), SE – ATL (45-30)
WEST: NW – OKC (52-23), PAC – GSW (66-7), SW – SAS (62-12)
4. 4Q Counter-programming Choice: Warriors (66-7) @ Jazz (37-37), 8 pm

Second Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Wednesday Night Rivalry DH on NBCSN: Capitals (54-16-5, 113 pts) @ Penguins (37-25-13, 87 pts), 7 pm
3. East Division Leaders: ATL – Florida/Tampa Bay (93 pts), MET – Washington (113 pts)
4. West Division Leaders: CEN – Dallas/St. Louis (101 pts), PAC – Los Angeles (95 pts)

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. College basketball scoreboards Men’s/Women’s
2. 2 ACC teams, 1 BIG EAST/Big XII in the Final Four
3. 2 PAC-12, 1 AAC/AAC women;s Final Four
4. Who do you like in either Final Four?

Fourth Quarter: Midweek Links

1. Not dead yet
2. NIT final set
3. Behind the scenes of the Rams move
4. MLB Spring Training scoreboard

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2016 Posts: 63

The Wednesday Edition

Halfway through the week


The BIG EAST and other tournaments start up on Wednesday

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. ESPN Wednesday DH: Grizzlies (38-25) @ Celtics (38-26) 6 pm; Clippers (41-21) @ Thunder (43-20) 8:30 pm
3. Division Leaders
EAST: ATL – TOR (42-20), CEN – CLE (44-18), SE – MIA (37-26)
WEST: NW – OKC (43-20), PAC – GSW (56-6), SW – SAS (54-10)
4. 4Q Counter-programming Choice: Pistons (32-31) @ Mavericks (33-31), 7:30 pm

Second Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Wednesday Night Rivalry DH on NBCSN: Blackhawks (41-21-5) @ Blues (38-20-9), 7 pm
3. East Division Leaders: ATL – Tampa Bay (83 pts), MET – Washington (102 pts)
4. West Division Leaders: CEN – Dallas (88 pts), PAC – Anaheim (83 pts)

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. College basketball scoreboards Men’s/Women’s
2. ACC Tournament: Syracuse v. Pittsburgh, 11 am/ESPN
3. Patriot League Championship: Holy Cross @ Lehigh, 6:30 pm/CBSSN
4. ACC Tournament: Florida State v. Virginia Tech, 8:30 pm/ESPN2

Fourth Quarter: Midweek Links

1. Complete look at NFL FA
2. Gonzaga makes their 18th straight NCAA tournament
3. That’s a lot of money brother
4. MLB Spring Training scoreboard

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2016 Posts: 49

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you ready for the weekend!


David Blatt fired by the Cavaliers, a photo from happier times.

First Quarter: NFL Conference Championship Weekend

1. NFL Scoreboard
2. Who’ll play in Super Bowl 50?
3. AFC Championship: Patriots @ Broncos, 2:05 pm/CBS
4. NFC Championship: Cardinals @ Panthers, 5:40 pm/FOX

Second Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. ESPN Friday DH: Heat (23-20) @ Raptors (27-15), 7 pm; Pacers (23-19) @ Warriors (39-4), 9:30 pm
3. Cleveland fired head coach David Blatt on Friday
4. Standings

Third Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. 4Q Friday Viewing Choice: Blackhawks (68 pts) @ Panthers (57 pts), 6:30 pm
3. Six games, which ae you watching?
4. Standings and Playoff match-ups if they started today

Fourth Quarter: College Basketball

1. College basketball scoreboards Men’s/Women’s
2. Friday’s Viewing Choice: Toledo (12-6) @ Northern Illinois (15-3), 6 pm
3. Saturday’s Viewing Choice: 1 Oklahoma (15-2) @ 13 Baylor (15-3), 11 a,/ESPN
4. Sunday’s Viewing Choice: 16 Providence (16-3) @ 4 Villanova (17-2), 11 am/FOX

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2016 Posts: 16

4Q Bracketology Sure to go Wrong

Today is selection Sunday for the Men’s NCAA Tournament so why not throw out some predictions sure to go wrong. This year I’m going to prediction the field based on the seeds and when they come out tonight we can see how wrong I am.


Who gets in tonight? Here’s my best guess and my best I guess

1-Seed: Kentucky (SEC), Wisconsin (B1G), Duke (ACC), Villanova (BIG EAST)
2-Seed: Arizona (PAC-12), Gonzaga (WCC), Iowa State (Big XII), Virginia (ACC)
3-Seed: Notre Dame (ACC), Utah (PAC-12), Kansas (Big XII), Maryland (B1G)
4-Seed: North Carolina (ACC), San Diego State (MWC), Northern Iowa (MVC), Arkansas (SEC)
5-Seed: Wichita State (MVC), Butler (BIG EAST), SMU (AAC), Michigan State (B1G)
6-Seed: Oklahoma (Big XII), Oregon (PAC-12), VCU (A10), Iowa (B1G)
7-Seed: LSU (SEC), Davidson (A10), Providence (BIG EAST), Louisville (ACC)
8-Seed: Georgetown (BIG EAST), Cincinnati (AAC), Ohio State (B1G), Wyoming (MWC)
9-Seed: Stephen F. Austin (Southland), UCLA (PAC-12), Baylor (Big XII), Purdue (B1G), Temple (AAC)
10-Seed: West Virginia (Big XII), St. John’s (BIG EAST), BYU (WCC),
11-Seed: Xavier (BIG EAST), Boise State (MWC), Colorado State (MWC), NC State (ACC), Mississippi (SEC)
12-Seed: Buffalo (MAC), Valparaiso (Horizon), Georgia (SEC), Indiana (B1G), Dayton (A10)
13-Seed: North Dakota State (Summit), Harvard (Ivy), New Mexico State (WAC), Eastern Washington (Big Sky)
14-Seed: Albany (America East), Coastal Carolina (Big South), Belmont (OVC), Wofford (Southern)
15-Seed: Lafayette (Patriot), UC Irvine (Big West), Northeastern (CAA), North Florida (Atlantic Sun)
16-Seed: Hampton (MEAC), UAB (CUSA), Robert Morris (Northeast), Manhatten (MAAC), Texas Southern (SWAC)

“1st” Round Games in Dayton –
16-Seed: Hampton v. UAB
9-Seed: UCLA v. Temple
12-Seed: Georgia v. Indiana
11-Seed: NC State v. Boise State

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2015 Posts: 52

Thursday w/ 4Quarters

Almost done with the week here are four Thursday topics for you

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I don’t care your political leanings, this is funny. Photo by USA Today Sports

First Quarter: NBA

1) NBA scoreboard
2) 4Q Game of the Night: Oklahoma City Thunder (46-15) @ Phoenix Suns (35-25), 8 pm
3) TNT Doubleheader Game 1: Miami Heat (43-15) @ San Antonio Spurs (44-16), 7 pm
4) TNT Doubleheader Game 2: Los Angeles Clippers (42-20) @ Los Angeles Lakers (21-40), 9:30 pm

Second Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) 4Q Game of the Night: Pittsburgh Penguins (41-16-4, 86 pts) @ San Jose Sharks (39-17-7, 85 pts), 9:30 pm/NBC Sports Network
3) Eastern Conference Game to Watch: Washington Capitals (29-24-10, 68 pts) @ Boston Bruins (39-17-5, 83 pts), 6 pm
4) Western Conference Game to Watch: Vancouver Canucks (28-26-10, 66 pts) @ Dallas Stars (29-23-10, 68 pts), 7:30 pm

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1) Men’s and Women’s scoreboard
2) 6 Villanova Wildcats (26-3, 14-2 Big East) @ Xavier Musketeers (20-10, 10-7 Big East), 6 pm/FS1
3) 20 Memphis Tigers (22-7, 11-5 AAC) @ 15 Cincinnati Bearcats (24-5, 13-3 AAC), 6 pm/ESPN
4) 24 Iowa Hawkeyes (20-9, 9-7 Big Ten) @ 22 Michigan State Spartans (22-7, 11-5 Big Ten), 8 pm/ESPN

Fourth Quarter: 4Q Potpourri (Links and all kind of good stuff)

1) Liz Merrill solid Doug McDermott piece
2) Luke Winn’s excellent rankings
3) GM trend?
4) HOT STOVE

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2014 Posts: 51

2014 College World Series predictions sure to go wrong

Yes, I’m late in putting out my CWS predictions sure to go wrong and I apologize for doing so, the college baseball season began on Friday, February 14 across the country. With that here’s who I think will win their conference, make the Super Regionals and College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska.


Who will take the road to Omaha all the way to a national title?

 Here’s my 2012 edition and 2013 predictions –

Conference Winners:

ACC: Florida State, America East: Stony Brook, American Athletic: Louisville, Atlantic 10: Saint Louis, Atlantic Sun: Florida Gulf Coast, Big Ten: Indiana, Big XII: Kansas State, Big East: Creighton, Big South: Coastal Carolina, Big West: Cal State Fullerton, Colonial: Towson, CUSA: Rice, Horizon League: Illinois-Chicago, Ivy: Columbia, MAAC: Manhatten, MAC: Kent State, MEAC: Florida A&M, Missouri Valley: Wichita State, Mountain West: Fresno State, Northeast: Bryant, Ohio Valley: Belmont, PAC-12: Oregon State, Patriot: Bucknell, SEC: South Carolina, SoCon: Sanford, Southland: McNeese State, Summit: South Dakota State, Sun Belt: Texas State, SWAC: Southern, WAC: Cal State Bakersfield, West Coast Conference: BYU

Super Regional (16 teams):

PAC-12 (5): Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA
SEC (5): Arkansas, Florida, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
ACC (3): Florida State, Virginia Cavaliers, NC State
Big XII (1): Kansas State
Big Ten (1): Indiana
Big West (1): Cal State Fullerton

2014 College World Series (8 teams):

PAC-12 (3): Oregon, Oregon State, UCLA
SEC (2): South Carolina, Vanderbilt
ACC (1): Florida State
Big Ten (1): Indiana
Big West (1): Cal State Fullerton

College World Series Championship Series:

Oregon State over Vanderbilt

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2014 Posts: 40