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Thursday w/ 4Quarters

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

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Dwayne Wade with an incredible shot to beat Golden State last night night at the buzzer

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Six games tonight, non-TNT: MIN @ IND, GSW @ ORL, CLE @ NYK, MIA @ HOU
3. TNT Thursday DH GM1: 76ers @ Thunder, 7 pm
4. TNT Thursday DH GM2: Jazz @ Nuggets, 9:30 pm

Second Quarter: College Basketball

1. College Basketball scoreboard
2. Robert Morris (15-14, 10-6 NEC) @ Sacred Heart (13-16, 9-7 NEC), 6 pm/CBS Sports
3. Old Dominion (22-6, 12-3 CUSA) @ UTSA (15-12, 9-5 CUSA), 8 pm/CBS Sports
4. UC Irvine (23-5, 11-1 Big West) @ UC Davis (10-16, 6-6 Big West), 10 pm/ESPNU

Third Quarter: AAF

1. Which week four match-up has your attention?
2. What of the four games do not
3. 3-0 teams:  Birmingham and Orlando
4. 0-3 teams: Atlanta and Memphis

Fourth Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Seven games tonight!
3. NHL whiffs on another suspension for Zdeno Chara
4. NBCSN Thursday: Lightning @ Bruins, 6:30 pm

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2019 Posts: 44

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Thursday w/ 4Quarters

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

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St. John’s defeated number one Villanova on Wednesday night in Philadelphia

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. TNT DH (GM1): Celtics @ Knicks, 7 pm
3. TNT DH (GM2): Thunder @ Lakers, 9:30 pm
4. Six games tonight

Second Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. Nine games tonight
3. Best game tonight?
4. Worst game?

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1. College basketball MBB/WBB scoreboards
2. 9 Duke (19-4, 7-3 ACC) @ 21 North Carolina (17-7, 6-5 ACC), 7 pm/ESPN
3. UC Santa Barbara (18-5, 7-2  Big West) @ UC Davis (16-7, 7-2 Big West), 9 pm
4. Washington (17-6, 7-3 PAC-12) @ Oregon (15-8, 5-5 PAC-12), 9:15 pm/FS1

Fourth Quarter: Thursday Links

1. Hey here’s a link about a subject that all might care about
2. Upset in college basketball on Wednesday night
3. How the Nasser story was reported
4. Winter Olympics start and here’s how team USA looks

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2018 Posts: 29

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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This will be Nebraska’s look this weekend against Northwestern. They’ll be honoring the 1911-12 Missouri Valley championship team. Photo from Huskers.com

First Quarter: NBA

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Four games tonight, Milwaukee at Indiana and Washington at Toronto
3) TNT Doubleheader Game 1: New York Knicks (21-36) @ Miami Heat (40-14), 7 pm
4) TNT Doubleheader Game 2: Brooklyn Nets (26-29) @ Denver Nuggets (25-31), 9:30 pm

Second Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) 4Q Game of the Night: Chicago Blackhawks (35-11-14, 84 pts) @ New York Rangers (32-24-3, 67 pts), 6 pm/NHL Network
3) Eastern Conference Game to Watch: Detroit Red Wings (27-20-12, 66 pts) @ Ottawa Senators (26-22-11, 63 pts), 6:30 pm
4) Western Conference Game to Watch: Phoenix Coyotes (27-21-10, 64 pts) @ Winnipeg Jets (28-26-6, 62 pts), 7 pm

Third Quarter: College Basketball

1) Men’s and Women’s scoreboard
2) Stony Brook Seawolves (20-8, 12-2 America East) @ Vermont Catamounts (19-9, 13-1 America East), 6 pm/ESPN3
3) UC Santa Barbara Gauchos (18-7, 9-3 Big West) @ UC Irvine Anteaters (18-10, 9-3 Big West), 9 pm/ESPN3
4) Oregon Ducks (18-8, 6-8 PAC-12) @ UCLA Bruins (21-6, 10-4 PAC-12), 10 pm/ESPN2

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

1) Back in time this weekend in Lincoln
2) New Washington head coach Chris Peterson Q&A
3) The Masked Man’s latest offering
4) HOT STOVE

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2014 Posts: 46

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

4Quarters 2013 NCAA Baseball Super Regional Results

Saturday the College World Series begins but here is how we arrived at eight teams.


Who will celebrate at the 2013 College World Series?

Chapel Hill Super Regional (Boshamer Stadium): 1 North Carolina Tar Heels (55-9/ACC) v. South Carolina Gamecocks (42-18/SEC)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Game 1 PPD to June 8 due to rain
Game 1 (6-8-13) – South Carolina 5 v. 1 North Carolina 6, North Carolina 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 1 North Carolina 0 v. South Carolina 8, Super Regional Tied 1-1
Game 3 (6-10-13) – Game 3 PPD to June 11 due to rain
Game 3 (6-11-13) – South Carolina 4 v. 1 North Carolina, North Carolina wins Super Regional 2-1

North Carolina advances to its 10th College World Series all-time (1960, ‘66, ‘78, ‘89, 2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11, ’13) and sixth in seven years

Raleigh Super Regional (Doak Field): North Carolina State Wolfpack (47-14/ACC) v. Rice Owls (44-18/CUSA)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Game 1 PPD to June 8 due to rain
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Rice 3 v. North Carolina State 4, NC State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – North Carolina State 5 v. Rice 4 F/17, NC State wins Super Regional 2-0

North Carolina State (49-14) advances to their second College World Series all-time (1968)

Fullerton Super Regional (Goodwin Field): 5 Cal State Fullerton Titans (51-8/Big West) v. UCLA Bruins (42-17/PAC-12)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – UCLA 5 v. 5 Cal State Fullerton 3 F/10, UCLA 1-0
Game 2 (6-8-13) – 5 Cal State Fullerton 0 v. UCLA 3, UCLA wins Super Regional 2-0

UCLA (43-17) advances to its 5th College World Series all-time (1969, ’97, 2010, ’12, ’13) and third in four years

Baton Rouge Super Regional (Alex Box Stadium): 4 LSU Tigers (55-9/SEC) v. Oklahoma Sooners (43-19/Big XII)
Game 1 (6-7-13) – Oklahoma 0 v. LSU 2, 4 LSU 1-0
Game 2 (6-8-13) – 4 LSU 11 v. Oklahoma 1, 4 LSU wins Super Regional 2-0

LSU (57-9) advances to its 16th College World Series all-time (1986, ‘87, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91, ‘93, ‘94, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, 2000, ‘03, ‘04, ‘08, ‘09, ’13) first since 2009 when it won the programs sixth National Championship (1991, ‘93, ’96, ’97, 2000, ’09)

Nashville Super Regional (Hawkins Field): 2 Vanderbilt Commodores (54-10/SEC) v. Louisville Cardinals (49-12/Big East)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Louisville 5 v. 2 Vanderbilt 3, Louisville 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 2 Vanderbilt 1 v. Louisville 2, Louisville wins Super Regional 2-0

Louisville (51-12) advances to their second College World Series all-time (2007)

Tallahassee Super Regional (Dick Howser Stadium): 7 Florida State Seminoles (47-15/ACC) v. Indiana Hoosiers (46-14/B1G)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Indiana 10 v. 7 Florida State 9, Indiana 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 7 Florida State 6 v. Indiana 11, Indiana wins Super Regional 2-0

Indiana (48-14) reaches the programs first College World Series and are the first Big Ten school since 1984 (Michigan)

Charlottesville Super Regional (Davenport Field): 6 Virginia Cavaliers (50-10/ACC) v. Mississippi State Bulldogs (46-18/SEC)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Mississippi State 11 v. 6 Virginia 6, Mississippi State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 6 Virginia 3 v. Mississippi State 5, Game PPD in the bottom of the seventh resumed June 10
Game 2 (6-10-13) – 6 Virginia 5 v. Mississippi State 6, Mississippi State wins Super Regional 2-0

Mississippi State (48-18) advances to the programs ninth College World Series all-time (1971, ‘79, ‘81, ‘85, ‘90, ‘97, ‘98, 2007, ’13) and first since 2007

Corvallis Super Regional (Goss Stadium): 3 Oregon State Beavers (48-10/PAC-12) v. Kansas State Wildcats (44-17/Big XII)
Game 1 (6-8-13) – Kansas State 6 v. 3 Oregon State 2, Kansas State 1-0
Game 2 (6-9-13) – 3 Oregon State 12 v. Kansas State 4, Super Regional Tied 1-1
Game 3 (6-10-13) – 3 Oregon State 4 v. Kansas State 3, Oregon State wins Super Regional 2-1

Oregon State (50-10) advances to their fifth College World Series all-time (1952, 2005, ’06, ’07, ’13) and first since 2007 which they won the programs second straight National Championship (2006, ’07)

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2013 Posts: 154

2013 NCAA College Baseball Tournament Primer


The Road to Omaha begins later this week so here are the basics.

Friday the NCAA baseball tournament begins so here is the field and the needed information.

National Seeds:
North Carolina (52-8), Vanderbilt (51-9), Oregon State (45-10), LSU (52-9), Cal State Fullerton (48-8), Virginia (47-10), Florida State (44-15) and Oregon (45-14)

Regional Host:
Baton Rouge, LA – LSU Tigers (52-9) /Alex Box Stadium, Blacksburg, VA – Virginia Tech Hokies (38-20)/English Field, Bloomington, IN – Indiana Hoosiers (43-14)/Bart Kaufman Field, Chapel Hill, N.C. – North Carolina Tar Heels (52-8)/Boshamer Stadium, Charlottesville, VA – Virginia Cavalier (47-10)/Davenport Field, Columbia, S.C. – South Carolina Gamecocks (39-18)/Carolina Stadium, Eugene, OR – Oregon Ducks (45-14)/PK Park, Fullerton, CA – Cal State Fullerton Titans (48-8)/Goodwin Field,
Los Angeles, CA – UCLA Bruins (39-17)/Jackie Robinson Stadium, Louisville, KY – Louisville Cardinals (46-10)/Jim Patterson Stadium, Manhattan, KS – Kansas State Wildcats (41-17)/Tointon Family Stadium
Nashville, TN – Vanderbilt Commodores (51-9)/Hawkins Field, Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina Wolfpack (44-14)/Doak Field, Starkville, MS – Mississippi State Bulldogs (43-17)/Dude Noble Field, Tallahassee, FL – Florida State Seminoles (44-15)/Dick Howser Stadium

The Field with Regional Match-ups:
Chapel Hill, N.C. – 1 North Carolina Tar Heels, 2 Florida Atlantic Owls, 3 Towson Tigers, 4 Canisius Golden Griffins
Columbia, S.C. – 1 South Carolina Gamecocks, 2 Clemson Tigers, 3 Liberty Flames, 4 Saint Louis Billikens
Raleigh, N.C. – 1 North Carolina State Wolfpack, 2 Mississippi Rebels, 3 William & Mary Tribe, 4 Binghamton Bearcats
Eugene, OR – 1 Oregon Ducks, 2 Rice Owls, 3 San Francisco Dons, 4 South Dakota State Jackrabbits
Fullerton, CA – 1 Cal State Fullerton Titans, 2 Arizona State Sun Devils, 3 New Mexico Lobos, 4 Columbia Lions
Los Angeles, CA – 1 UCLA Bruins, 2 Cal Poly Mustangs, 3 San Diego Toreros, 4 San Diego State Aztecs
Blackburg, VA – 1 Virginia Tech Hokies, 2 Oklahoma Sooners, 3 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, 4 Connecticut Huskies
Baton Rouge, LA – 1 LSU Tigers, 2 Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns, 3 Sam Houston State Bearkats, 4 Jackson State Tigers
Nashville, TN – 1 Vanderbilt Commodores, 2 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 3 Illinois Fighting Illini, 4 East Tennessee State Buccaneers
Louisville, KY – 1 Louisville Cardinals, 2 Miami (FL) Hurricanes, 3 Oklahoma State Cowboys, 4 Bowling Green Falcons
Bloomington, IN – 1 Indiana Hoosiers, 2 Austin Peay Governors, 3 Florida Gators, 4 Valparaiso Crusaders
Tallahassee, FL – 1 Florida State Seminoles, 2 Alabama Crimson Tide, 3 Troy Trojans, 4 Savannah State Tigers
Charlottesville, VA – 1 Virginia Cavaliers, 2 UNC Wilmington Seahawks, 3 Elon Phoenix, 4 Army Black Knights
Starkville, MS – 1 Mississippi State Bulldogs, 2 South Alabama Jaguars, 3 Mercer Bears, 4 Central Arkansas Bears
Manhattan, KS – 1 Kansas State Wildcats, 2 Arkansas Razorbacks, 3 Bryant Bulldogs, 4 Wichita State Shockers
Corvallis, OR – 1 Oregon State Beavers, 2 Texas A&M Aggies, 3 UC Santa Barbara Gauchos, 4 UTSA Roadrunners

Bids by Conference:
SEC (9), ACC (8), PAC-12, Sun Belt (4), Big XII, Big West, Colonial (3), Atlantic Sun, Big East, Big South, Big Ten, Mountain West, Southland, West Coast (2), America East, Atlantic 10, Conference USA, Horizon, Ivy, Metro Atlantic, MAC, MEAC, Missouri Valley, Northeast, Ohio Valley, Patriot, Southern, SWAC, Summit, WAC (1)

NCAA Release
Tournament Bracket

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2013 Posts: 143

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