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March Madness 2011: Why You Should Be Rooting for BYU

One team in the NCAA tournament has academic and behavior standards. Read More »

Izzo To Michigan State? Fine With Me

While I wish nothing but fortune for my Sparty friends, their legendary coach leaving for the NBA isn't as sad as it sounds Read More »

Butler’s Near-Win And Respiratory Failure

From Matt Howard's clutch rebounding to Gordon Heyward's breath-holding jumpers, Duke-Butler's outcome is a small grievance when compared to healthy lungs. Read More »

Congratulations, Butler; Now Here’s The Bad News

Duke's gonna kick your ass. And I don't want to see that happen. Read More »

Nuts, The Frozen Four Is Only Sorta Surprising

Whereas Michigan State, Butler, and West Virginia will converge on Lucas Oil Stadium, all but the plucky RIT Tigers are heavy favorites. Read More »

Knee-Jerk Thoughts: Xavier-Kansas State

Long story short, I have found Jesus. Read More »

NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Preview: Midwest And South Regions

It's a night of Ohio State-Tennessee, Michigan State-Northern Iowa, Baylor-Saint Mary's, and Duke-Purdrue. Settle in, kids. Read More »

NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Preview: West And East Regions

Syracuse-Butler, Kansas State-Xavier, Kentucky-Cornell, and West Virginia-Washington whet the tournament appetite on Thursday night. Read More »

Farokhmanesh Is Pronounced “Huge Ones”

His three in the final minute helped stave off top-seeded Kansas in the second round. Read More »

Gaels: Australian For Basketball

St. Mary's College took down the shaky Villanova Wildcats 75-68, giving the Big East yet their second black eye. Read More »