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I'm not quite sure why "One Shining Moment" is such a big fucking deal every year.
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As a non-fan with no particular rooting interests, I couldn't have really asked for much more out of the Jayhawks' overtime win.
Prior to the NCAA tournament, conventional wisdom held that Memphis and Kansas were the two #1 seeds least likely to make the Finals: the Tigers had attained its gaudy regular-season record via a weak schedule, and Jayhawks coach Bill Self had famously never reached the Final Four.
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CAUTION: Clip contains Harry Truman's favorite word:My question for Derrick Rose would be: "Wouldn't you like to go to school closer to home and play for the mighty Blue Demons of DePaul.
You know how sometimes you come into work, and you're a little hung over or maybe you just got a shitty night of restless sleep, and you're like, "I ain't doing SHIT today.
The adventures of Carl Monday and a lonely Ohio State fan outside Columbus will always be remembered as the story that popularized masturbating in libraries, and now a Penn State basketball player has joined the craze.
Last month, Portland State basketball players Scott Morrison and Jeremiah Dominguez led the Vikings to a Big Sky tournament title and a berth in the NCAA tournament.
For the first time since the NCAA tournament began seeding teams, all four #1 seeds have advanced to the Final Four, which means that your secretary is now winning your office pool.
We're at halftime in the last of the Elite Eight contests and three of the #1 seeds have advanced to San Antonio.
Don't look now, but With Leather staff correctly picked 7 out of 8 of the Sweet Sixteen match-ups.
Tiny Davidson College trounced the mighty Wisconsin Badgers 73-56 to advance to the Midwest Regional final of the NCAA Tournament and thoroughly spoil my weekend.
West Virginia and Xavier played the only closely contested tourney game last night, with the 3-seed Muskies getting the 79-75 win in overtime thanks to some clutch three-point shooting by B.
If you told me there would only one Jesuit school left in the the NCAA Tourney, I would have wagered it would be Georgetown or Marquette.
If I'd known Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl had a history of .
With Duke's delicious second-round exit from the NCAA tourney at the hands of West Virginia, this recap of Duke's narrow first-round win is a little dated.
If you've watched any March Madness at all, then you've seen this promo for "How I Met Your Mother" with a sure-to-be epically unsexy guest role for Britney Spears.