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Diana Inch is a 44-year old high school librarian and girls soccer coach in Oregon.
Oh wait, that's a reference to The Wizard Of Oz and not Cinderella.
Everyone is raving about how great a March we've seen from UConn guard Kemba Walker; he played the entire game and scored 36 points in last night's win against San Diego State.
There would be something universally appealing, even to members of the Basketball Atheists Society, about the hoop gods arranging an NCAA championship game pitting UConn against BYU.
Now-former Connecticut football coach Randy Edsall was hired to coach at the University of Maryland, yesterday, which is odd, considering he turned down the opportunity to coach Syracuse, his alma mater, in 2009 and because his team was dominated by Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.
The UConn women's record-setting 90 game consecutive win steak is over after losing to 8th ranked Stanford 71-59 last night.
UConn's Randy Edsall--who beat Notre Dame in front of Touchdown Jesus and all of South Bend earlier this year--has been rumored to be in the running for the Golden Domers' head job.
Jim Calhoun learned that he'll have none of the nun support that followed him and his Huskies to Final Four appearances in 1999 and 2004.
March Madness resumes tonight as the NCAA Tournament comes off its weekday hiatus with four games tonight.
We had to get to the game between Syracuse and UConn in the Big East tournament last night.
Remember that Jim Calhoun press conference outburst earlier this week.
UConn basketball coach Jim Calhoun jumps into a reporter's ass because he asked a ridiculous question about whether or not Calhoun would be returning any of his salary to help alleviate.
The Big East has been making a lot of noise this season, and last night they had the national stage to themselves.
UConn lineman Rob Lunn started his own blog, and while it may come up short on photos of his own genitalia, it is a refreshingly candid look at a BCS-conference team from the inside.
A tour around AOL's NCAA FanHouse gives us a couple police blotter gems.