The first game of the second round matchups in the NCAA Tournament began Thursday afternoon at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, MI. No. 3 Michigan State defeated No. 14 Valparaiso, 65-54.
It’s that time of year when teams from across the nation either put up or shut up in the “Big Dance” that is known as the NCAA March Madness. Beginning Thursday, 64 teams from Division I schools will face off in the famous tournament with hopes of being crowned the best in the land for the 2012-2013 season.
Fantasy sports, especially football and baseball, have consumed sports fans the world over. ESPN and other sports outlets have fantasy “gurus” who discuss these fantasy sports and what potential managers and owners should be doing throughout the seasons.
The History Channel debuted their new five-part series “Bible” Sunday night in a time spot competing with AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” It will be curious to see how the two compared in the ratings, but it would not be shocking if “Bible” lost that battle. The series is set around different stories in the Holy Bible and the show has a unique spin in delivering those stories in a historical context. Instead of a narrator speaking over a scene being played out, each story is told much like any other television drama would be: by the characters.
Almost a month ago, did the man behind the CrankyVince parody Twitter account reveal himself? Find out who may be behind the account parodying WWE CEO and Chairman Vince McMahon.
Halestorm recently won a Grammy! Check out this interview we did with the band just two days after news broke of their initial nomination.
After what was a down year for the Oakland University club hockey program, the Golden Grizzlies suffer defeat in their first game in Chicago at the ACHA National Tournament. Despite great success last year, the Oakland squad failed to generate similar results.
The Pit began as a sports talk show on 88.3 FM WXOU out of Auburn Hills, hosted by Damien Dennis. The intent was always to transition the show into a full-fledged website covering gaming, music and primarily, sports. The show would continue as a podcast.