TweetCap: On Wisconsin, Onto the Final Four

Header photo by Getty Images / Stephen Dunn Ziggler vs. Cesaro. Both deserve to win. Wish I could be in Madison and Tucson at the same time, but this works too. — Mark Titus (@clubtrillion) March 28, 2015 Arizona favored by 1.5 points, making UW an underdog for the first time this season. Officials: Michael Stephens, Pat Adams and Mike Eades. —...
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March 28, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL Free Agency, Titus’ Battle and Brackets for the Cure: While We’re Waiting…

Happy Monday, you guys. We’re officially on Day 7 of the NFL Free Agency period and the Cleveland Browns are making the most out of each and every hour. They’ve managed to re-sign their punter, give a contract extension to their reserve defensive end and pay for a few guys to have some lunch while they ultimately sign with other teams. Isn’t life grand? I’m not one to judge...
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March 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Greg Oden reportedly had alcohol problem last season

Details about a sad truth concerning Greg Oden are emerging this week: the often-injured center has an alcohol problem that was an issue last season. In a 2012 article on Grantland, Oden told former Ohio State teammate Mark Titus that he became an alcoholic during his second season in Portland. “If you know anything about […]
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September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Harlem Globetrotters Reportedly Draft Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel has already been drafted by professional football and baseball teams. Now, the former Heisman Trophy winner can say he’s been drafted by a third “professional” sports team, the Harlem Globetrotters. According to an exclusive report by For The Win, the Globetrotters used one of their picks in their annual player draft on the former Texas A&M star. Manziel...
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June 24, 2014  |  Discuss

UM Hoops Podcast 2.6: Josh Bartelstein, Grantland’s Mark Titus

Michigan is in the midst of a bit of a slide at the moment, but the Wolverines are looking to bounce back from a blowout loss at Iowa with a win over Ohio State in Columbus on Tuesday. Dave and I met up to take a look at what exactly is ailing Michigan, how Nik Stauskas can return to his early-season production and what needs to happen for the Wolverines to get back on track defensively...
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February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

What's Happening In the Big Ten?

At the beginning of conference play, Sam Barder predicted how the nat​ion’s top leagues would play out. He said Michigan State would win the Big Ten and that the conference would get six NCAA tournament bids, tied for the most with the ACC. Less than a month later, having the Spartans on top and sending six teams to the Big Dance still sounds about right. Everything else...
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January 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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