NCAA March Madness Upsets and Sweet Sixteen Predictions

The NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament began this past weekend, and it was wild. Of course, in every NCAA tournament, there are Cinderella teams but this year has been different. There have been more major upsets this year than any other year. We have seen about 9 upsets so far this year. The biggest one so far has to be the (16) UMBC’s win over the top overall seed (1) Virginia. I’m going to go over some of the big upsets that happened this past weekend, and what I expect to happen in the Sweet Sixteen/Elite Eight this coming weekend.

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Top 2017-18 Winter Transfers

The transfer window can be just as exciting as any other deals in sports and this winter transfer season has not disappointed. Two weeks have passed since the 2017-18 winter transfer window closed and teams have already had their new players debut and see how they are fitting in their new squads. Today we’ll be taking a look at the more notable transfers that occurred this transfer window and how they’ve played so far for their new clubs.

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Why Was This An Unsuccessful Baseball Offseason?

With two days left until pitchers and catchers officially report to Spring Training around the majors, a majority of free agents, up to almost 120 free agents, are still left unsigned. The biggest free agent prize recently signed yesterday. Yu Darvish signed with the Chicago Cubs for six years, worth $126 million with incentives that would reach up to $150 million, but free agents like star ace, Jake Arrieta, and star outfielder, J.D. Martinez, and star first baseman Eric Hosmer are still left without teams. So why are these big names among many other free agents still without a team with spring training dangerously close? Luxury tax.

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