Today's Top 10 Video Highlights

The Best for March 23rd, 2009

  1. 1. Schilling Announces Retirement - Curt Schilling announced on his blog Monday that he is retiring from baseball.
  2. 2. Curt Schilling's Legacy - Buster Olney talks about Curt Schilling's legacy and his Hall of Fame candidacy.
  3. 3. Knight Breaks Down The Sweet 16 -Bob Knight talks about the Big East and the matchups he wants to see the most.
  4. 4. Owens Misses Voluntary Workout - Terrell Owens was not in attendance for the start of the Bills' voluntary, 12-week conditioning program.
  5. 5. Report: Jets Interested In Jay Cutler - Chris Mortensen talks about the interest surrounding Broncos QB Jay Cutler.
  6. 6. Outside The Lines: Bus Safety - Bob Holtzman examines the safety of bus for NCAA travel.
  7. 7. On The Clock: Falcons - Chris Mortensen, Mel Kiper Jr. and Trent Dilfer discuss Atlanta's needs in the 2009 NFL Draft.
  8. 8. Japan Eliminates USA, 9-4 - Dice-K powers Japan to WBC final Monday Vs. Korea.
  9. 9. Kyle Being Kyle - Dale Jarrett looks at Kyle Busch's win at Bristol and his colorful comments on his Nationwide loss on Saturday.
  10. 10. Daily Dime TV - Ten Drops of NBA Knowledge.

Best of the Rest

  1. 11. OTL: Trip To Nowhere - The New Mexico women's volleyball team was shocked when their planned trip to China was cancelled and the funds were not returned.
  2. 12. Notable Tourney Triple-Doubles - SportsCenter looks at tournament triple-doubles turned in by Dwyane Wade, Andre Miller and Shaquille O'Neal.
  3. 13. CP3: Playoff Race And March Madness - Hornets PG Chris Paul talks about the Western playoff race, the NCAA Tournament and the Twitter craze.
  4. 14. Bill Self On Preparing For Michigan State - Kansas coach Bill Self discusses his team's third-straight Sweet Sixteen appearance.
  5. 15. Hot Couple Alert: Greeny And... Posh Spice? - While on vacation with his family, Greeny had dinner "with" Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham.

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Michael J Cupo is ESPN Digital Media's associate director of video-on-demand... World's Best!