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July 9, 2010

Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems

Katie Martin 6:00pm July 9, 2010 7/9/10

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With the release of the US Department of Education’s Equity in Athletics report for the 2008-09 school year, a writer over at fanhouse has put together an in-depth story on the dollars behind NCAA sports. His three part series delves into the correlation between winning and spending (for example: Of the top 12 basketball spenders…

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July 8, 2010

Playing Catch-up

Katie Martin 4:00pm July 8, 2010 7/8/10

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I’ve been in and out the last few weeks on the site and while I wish I could say it was because I was on a luxurious vacation in the south of France, alas I have been drowning in spreadsheets and presentations. But I thought I’d give an update on a few things that have…

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July 1, 2010

Devil in a Blue Suit

Katie Martin 4:00pm July 1, 2010 7/1/10

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When I worked at a bookstore during college, there was a book that my coworkers and I were fascinated with. Basically, it attempted to methodically explain why various celebrities (including Bill Clinton, PeeWee Herman, and Frank Sinatra) could possibly be the Anti-Christ. I think it was supposed to be tongue and cheek but it certainly…

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June 26, 2010

Football Reloading (Part 2: Defense)

Katie Martin 8:20pm June 26, 2010 6/26/10

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After a depressing day of one kind of football, let’s look forward to the start of the other kind with a look at the starting positions needing to be filled on the defensive end.  Though there aren’t as many, losing Micah, Corey, Sam and Trevard are major blows on this side of the ball and their…

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Football reloading (Part 1: Offense)

Katie Martin 6:14pm June 26, 2010 6/26/10

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The succession plan of Coach Brooks is something that has been talked about and debated ever since Joker was named the coach in waiting.  But I see a different kind of succession plan implemented by Brooks this decade, one that has made the success of the team more consistent than it has ever been.  Coach…

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I’m Ghana go crazy

Katie Martin 3:19pm June 26, 2010 6/26/10

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  Diasappointing first half for the Americans, as they trail Ghana by a goal and haven’t been able to get anything going. There is only one thing that makes me feel better at times like these:  a baby video.  Enjoy and let’s kick some Ghana butt in the second half.

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Noon Kentucky Notes

Katie Martin 12:00pm June 26, 2010 6/26/10

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Most people today are either talking about the World Cup or Wimbledon, so since this is (as we all love to point out) a Kentucky blog, I’ll throw you a bone with a quick run down of what’s going on in the world of UK sports. –Gary Parrish has released his Top 30 prospects for…

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World Cup Saturday

Katie Martin 9:06am June 26, 2010 6/26/10

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Exciting day today as the Americans take on the “Black Stars” of Ghana and look to avenge their 2006 World Cup lost.  Ghana is the only African team left in the competition, meaning its like us vs. a whole continent, the continent that the games are being held on no less.  Suffice it to say,…

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June 22, 2010

Another Commissioned Report

Katie Martin 4:30pm June 22, 2010 6/22/10

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When I hear the words “commission report” my mind immediately imagines ridiculously longwinded government documents that detail things a panel of important people took some exorbitant amount of time to discover that my eight year old cousin thinks are obvious. Well color me shocked that the NCAA also gets in on the commission action. Last…

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June 15, 2010

Kate’s Take: Fight Songs

Katie Martin 7:00pm June 15, 2010 6/15/10

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Growing up in a small(ish) Indiana town, Friday and Saturday winter nights have been considered sacred as basketball nights for as far back as I can remember. As a kid, going to the games and wearing the school colors was the highlight of most of my weeks, a welcome reprieve from the mundane and a…

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