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  1. 2007 Top 10 Countdown to College Sports - Segment 2

    Hosts Paul Crane and Tony Barnhart bring us the Top 10 Moments in college sports in 2007. Loaded with all the moments that make college sports so great, we invite you to get goose bumps all over again as you watch your favorite teams make history. Topics include: Wake Forest winning the ACC in football. Bob Knight's 880th win. UCLA's 100th National Championship. Pat Summitt's 7th National Championship. Rutgers' football upset win over Louisville. Boise State's Fiesta Bowl Win. USC football's epic loss to UCLA. OSU Amazing Year. Nick Saban's move to Alabama. University of Florida's double National Championship year.

  2. 2008 Countdown to the National Championship - Segment 7

    Hosts Paul Crane and Terry Bowden walk us though everything you need to know about the biggest game in College Football. Joined by information guru Dave-Te' Thomas, they relive the controversy and excitement of the season, and get you ready for kickoff.

  3. 2007 NBA Countdown to Draft Day - Segment 5

    Talent expert Dave-Te' Thomas joins Paul Crane once to again to give you hidden insights of the NBA Draft. They'll break down the top players at each position and run a detailed mock draft so you can get excited about the next player to wear you home team's colors.

  4. World of Tennis - Episode 5 Segment 1

  5. 2008 Countdown to the National Championship - Segment 3

    Hosts Paul Crane and Terry Bowden walk us though everything you need to know about the biggest game in College Football. Joined by information guru Dave-Te' Thomas, they relive the controversy and excitement of the season, and get you ready for kickoff.

  6. 2007 College Football Year In Review - Segment 7

    Hosts Paul Crane, Terry Bowden, Dave Te' Thomas and Brian Fasulo bring you all the highs...and all the lows...of College Football in 2007. From the underdogs to the National Championship, if it happened in College Football, it happened here.

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