NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 09: Sean Kilpatrick #23 of the Cincinnati Bearcats drives to the basket against Augustus Gilchrist #24 and Ron Anderson Jr. #1 of the South Florida Bulls during the second round of the 2011 Big East Men's Basketball Tournament presented by American Eagle Outfitters at Madison Square Garden on March 9, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
NFL.com news: Luck, Barkley highlight top 2012 draft-eligible players
Isaiah Pead checking in at number 67. This provides another chance to plug my own work and remind everyone that Bill Koch sucks at his job.
University of Cincinnati Official Athletic Site
More on the Tony Campana call up to the Cubs
Baseball Season Final Weekend Full of Excitement - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site
It's the last weekend of the season. Head down to Clifton if you have the chance.
High School Teammates Reunited As Bearcats - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site
A cool story on a couple of Bearcats who have been teammates since childhood
Cleary Reflects On No. 392 - University of Cincinnati Official Athletics Site
Baseball head coach reflects on topping the schools win charts for coaches.
Around The Big East
Rumor: BYU Turns Down Big East Invitation - Big East Coast Bias
weird, so weird.
First Look: 2011-2012 additions to the Lexington English Dictionary - Card Chronicle
Classic stuff from the big man
David Kahn insinuates NBA lottery is rigged? - CBSSports.com
As I Cavs fan I can't tell you how depressed I am to have to have two of the top four picks in this, the worst draft for talent in a decade.
Disgruntled ex-Lobo assistant keeps New Mexico, Locksley in his legal sights - Dr. Saturday - NCAAF Blog - Yahoo! Sports
How does Locksley maintain gainful employment when I can't find a job for the life of me? And I have never punched a co worker in the face. That should be all good for me right?
Reading This Will Make You Smarter
Arabs and the long revolution, by Brian Whitaker
Interesting and thoughtful analysis of the forces driving the Arab Spring