Here are some of the top sports articles from FOX Sports networks we found for March 31st from 12:19 to 12:22:
- Ohio.com – Ohio State, Kansas fine with being ‘other’ game – NEW ORLEANS: Welcome to “The Other Game” at the Final Four.
OK, so, the Ohio State-Kansas matchup might not have the fantastic freshmen, the outspoken coaches or blood-feud story line of the opening semifinal between Kentucky and Louisville. But this one still should be worth a two-hour investment in front of the TV set tonight.
- Columbus Crew – Even when not scoring, Renteria draws a crowd – COLUMBUS, Ohio – Like any other forward, Emilio Rentería wants to score. But he’s keenly aware that if teams focus on trying to stop the 5-foot-9, 178-pound bulldozer from getting into good spots, he's most likely is helping the Columbus Crew in other ways.
- Yahoo! Sports – Cavaliers’ Parker uncertain about his future – Anthony Parker is an eight-year veteran who will turn 37 years old in June—ancient by NBA standards.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are undergoing a youth movement and likely will try to find a suitable replacement for him in the draft. A wing scorer is probably their biggest need. Also, Parker's $2.25 million contract expires after this season.
- Browns.com – McShay sees importance at No. 4 – ESPN’s director of college scouting, Todd McShay, believes passing up quarterback Ryan Tannehill would be hard to do in the 2012 NFL Draft.
- Reds.com – Cueto ready to go for Opening Day – GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Reds Opening Day starter Johnny Cueto got his final Cactus League tuneup on Friday against the Indians. Cueto threw six innings and gave up two runs and four hits with one walk and three strikeouts. He gave up two solo home runs — to Carlos Santana in the second inning and Asdrubal Cabrera in the fourth.
- Reds.com – Latos has no issues during ‘pen session – GOODYEAR, Ariz. — Starting pitcher Mat Latos, who strained his left calf in his start on March 27, threw in the bullpen on Friday morning as pitching coaches Bryan Price and Mack Jenkins watched. Latos appeared to be pain free.
"All good," Price said. "No issues."
- Bengals.com – Big Whit keeps the pocket – CHOUDRANT, La. — It is a mere hour before his fourth annual dinner for The Big Whit 77 Foundation and no one knows what is going to happen first on this sold-out Friday night.
Is Melissa Clark Whitworth, a former Miss Louisiana and current doesn't miss-a-thing foundation director, going to give birth? Or is her husband, Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth, going to deliver the week's most famous man in America as their guest speaker?
- Scout.com: Buckeyes Can Hoop A Little Bit, Too – Despite the perception that Ohio State is strictly a football school, the basketball Buckeyes might beg to differ. They are making their 11th trip to the Final Four, and only UCLA, North Carolina, Kentucky, Duke and Kansas have more.
- Scout.com: NFL salary cap figures, team by team – The Cincinnati Bengals are leading the league. In salary cap space, that is. With 56 players under contract, the Bengals are $20.58 million under the NFL salary cap limit of $120.6 million. Here's a look at the updated salary-cap status for all 32 teams counting their top 51 contracts as of March 31: