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With two weeks until Super Bowl XLV the sports world turns its attention to the land down under and the Australian Open. Tennis' best are well-represented, but with Rafael Nadal's early exit is the stage set for another Federer Grand Slam?
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Bet on the NFL Pro Bowl - AFC vs. NFC
The NFL's All-Star game returns to Hawaii this Sunday and if you're looking for tips or trends you won't find them - since 2000 the AFC has won 6 Pro-Bowls and the NFC has won 5. Considering the AFC won last year and the NFC trots out Matt Ryan, Drew Brees and Michael Vick at QB, are they due?
College Basketball: #8 Texas vs. Oklahoma State
Besides being in the top 5 in NCAAB rebounding, this Longhorns team won't overwhelm opponents in any one facet, but they're on a roll with their past two victories over #10 ranked Texas A&M and #2 Kansas, snapping the Jayhawks 69 game home winning streak.
Boxing: Devon Alexander vs. Timothy Bradley
For once the boxing world is buzzing for a fight that has nothing to do with Mayweather or Pacquiao. On Saturday January 29th, Devon Alexander (21-0, 13 KOs) and Timothy Bradley (26-0, 1 NC) are set to rumble with the WBC/WBO Light Welterweight title on the line.
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As if you haven't heard already the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers are set to clash in SuperBowl XLV on Sunday, February 6th. Despite their championship pedigree, the Steelers open as slight Dogs to the high-scoring Packers.
San Antonio Spurs vs. Utah Jazz
With 5 straight losses (Straight Up and Against the Spread - ouch) the Utah Jazz are looking to rebound at home, but they've got a tough opponent in the league leading San Antonio Spurs.
San Jose Sharks vs. LA Kings
Even though the Sharks have won 4 of the last 5 games against the Kings, only 2 points separate the two on the bottom of the Pacific West standings, with the Playoff push just beginning.