Why aren't we seeing to it that more of our student athletes graduate? That they all graduate?
Shocker! Trouble in Knicks land. Reports are surfacing that nobody likes each other. Losing has a way of fostering that.
It's March Madness again! And regular readers know that I'm not referring to basketball, but the new shops for spring so that we can refresh our wardrobes.
They may have one of the shallowest benches in the tournament, but five of the Tigers seven scholarship players are seniors and under new head coach Frank Haith, Mizzou has bought into a "team-first" attitude.
It's March Madness. The biggest money-maker in college sports. And ironically, it features two top basketball players playing for the #1 seed who escaped culpability for an alleged rape.
There are 9,233,372,036,854,775,808 (which is said 9 quintillion) ways to fill out a 64-team bracket. Want some help? Turn to algebra.
Bobby Valentine, for the first time as manager of the Red Sox, will face the Yankees tonight in Tampa. He'll say something juicy for sure.
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The NCAA tournament isn't nicknamed March "Sensible and Rational Outcomes Based on Statistical Analysis Gathered During the Regular Season and Conference Tournament" for a reason.
The Jets couldn't get Peyton Manning, so they had to send out a bunch of signals. They had to show Mark Sanchez he's their man, and they had to tell those disgruntled locker room types to "get over it." It's Sanchez's team, deal with it.
Sure, I'll fill out my bracket, talk trash with a few friends, and catch the games, but I think this year it's time we take March Madness to the next level. How does one do that, you ask? Easy. Host your own basketball competitions for each stage of the tournament.
I read the book about John Wooden and time after time thought, "If only parents could raise their kids this way, we wouldn't have the problems we do."
Basketball isn't about one guy scoring 50. These guys care about each other enough to not score, and that's just something you don't see enough of these days.
Eight years down the road when Jaden Smith is dancing around the sidelines as Shaka Smart, we will remember this historic athletic achievement.
Notre Dame and Stanford advanced to the women's Final Four. As a result, all four teams will be either #1 or #2 seeds. Contrast that with the men, where no #1s or #2s survived.
Does college basketball matter? Well it depends to which college basketball they are referring.