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Tuteja: Pacquiao would win a Mayweather rematch

Okay. I was wrong. Last week, I wrote all about how I thought Pacquiao could beat Mayweather, and for as many times as I remind readers that my predictions are right, it’s only fair that I acknowledge when I’m wrong — very wrong. According to the scorecards, I almost couldn’t have been more wrong. Mayweather…

Tuteja: I’m picking Pacquiao

This Saturday marks the most anticipated fight in the history of televised boxing. This Saturday, we’ll see the undefeated and 47-0 Floyd Mayweather Jr. take on arguably the greatest pound-for-pound boxer of all time in Manny Pacquiao. This Saturday, we’ll have an answer to the question we’ve been asking for five weeks: Who is the…

Tuteja: Why we should root for Tim Tebow

When I decided to write this week’s column on Tim Tebow, I was fully aware of the reaction it might cause. It seems that Tebow is one of the most divisive figures in football and maybe in all of sports and entertainment, comparable to controversial personas like Justin Bieber, Lebron James and Johnny Manziel. If you’ve…

Tuteja: I tip my hat to men’s tennis

About a year ago, I wrote a piece about how the men’s tennis team was on the right path to regain its former dominance. The article was written during a season that would eventually end in a first-round exit in the NCAA tournament and a prior season that had also ended in a first-round loss. I don’t…