50 Sexiest Sports Moments of 2011

So 2011 was kind of a downer overall, right? A presidential primary, an NBA lockout and a wicked lame BCS rematch in NCAA football. No thank you. 

I’ve compiled the top 50 Sexiest Sports Moments in 2011, as determined by me for your viewing pleasure. Take a gander, enjoy the amazingness, and obviously feel free to let me know what I’ve missed!…



Forget about the fairness of the Bowl Championship Series, automatic bids to the NCAA tournament or even the raging debate of whether “student-athletes” deserve to be paid—the NCAA has a larger problem looming. On one side, this problem is so simple to solve, one might even refer to it as elementary.

On another side, the long adage root of all evil can make the most elementary of problems easy to overlook. Surely I can’t be the only person who does his best Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s raised eyebrow impression with each University of Texas or Oklahoma headed to the western-based Pac-12 or Baylor to the Big East rumor.  …


The Ohio State Buckeyes came into the NCAA Tournament as the No.1 overall ranked team and have so far lived up the hype, crushing each of their first two opponents to make it to the Sweet 16. The Buckeyes are set to take on the No. 4-seeded Kentucky Wildcats in what figures to be a great East Region showdown.

The Wildcats got a test right off the bat in their opening round game against Princeton, as Brandon Knight scored his only points of the game in the final seconds to give Kentucky a 59-57 win. It wasn’t a whole lot easier in their second game against West Virginia, as each team had their moments. Kentucky went into the half down 41-33, but turned up the defense and ended up pulling away for a 71-63 win.

Sweet 16 Predictions Ohio State vs Kentucky


After a frantic first weekend of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship, many poker players shared their thoughts on Twitter about the upcoming Sweet Sixteen, which starts tonight.

I don’t like it when people say they only like the NBA and not NCAA,” Tim Tmay420” West noted before the NCAA tournament games began last week. These …


On Sunday, 68 teams were selected for the 2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

Poker players were active on Twitter as the selections were revealed and let their Tweeps know how they felt about who was in and who was out. Poker pro John D’Agostino got the Tweetfest off to a start. He exclaimed, Greatest time …


It took 25 innings and 7 hours and 3 minutes.for Texas to beat Boston College on Saturday night.

The game started at 7:02 p.m. ET and concluded at 2:05 a.m. Sunday; the longest game played since 1971. Hours later, BC was ousted from the regional finals by Army, 4-3.


Missouri Half Court Shot With a Second Left-NCAA Tournament

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