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Freeman A. Hrabowski III has national platform thanks to a historic upset, and it gives him ¡°the kind of goose bumps that I get when I¡¯m solving a math problem.¡±
No. 16 seeds were 0-135 vs. No. 1s in NCAA men¡¯s basketball tournament history. The Retrievers couldn¡¯t have ended the streak more emphatically.
North Carolina is loose as it beats Lipscomb to start its quest to do something the program hasn¡¯t in 49 years ¡ª make three straight Final Fours.
De¡¯Andre Hunter¡¯s injury complicates the Cavaliers¡¯ quest for the Final Four, but adaptability is the key to survival in March.
What Cousins provided most to Washington were three years of stability, but it wasn¡¯t enough to prevent both team and player from what in the end was an inevitable divorce.
The joy of the basketball tournament is complicated by the rot exposed from the ongoing FBI probe. But the event will prove, once again, that this is a sport worth saving.
Running back Derrius Guice¡¯s description of his interview with one team at last week¡¯s scouting combine shows how backward pro football can still be.
Now it¡¯s time to leave the bubble that was the Peace Olympics and face the real world again.
The unassuming Czech won her second gold medal ¡ª this one in snowboarding ¡ª after her surprise victory last week in the women¡¯s Super-g.