Aaron Harrison made a 3-pointer from NBA range with 2.3 seconds left Sunday to lift Kentucky to a 75-72 win over Michigan and a trip to the Final Four.
We’re being told this is a classic tournament, with juggernauts about to collide like meteors over Texas, and a classic Final Four in store for us. Depends on your view of classic. Does an Arizona – Florida Finals sound unprecedented? Is that must-see TV?
Duke played the defense its Hall of Fame coach wanted to see, while Quinn Cook turned in an all-around floor game to keep the 10th-ranked Blue Devils rolling in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.
by @TaraLipinskyMore Columns here. Jet’s Fight Crew In case you haven’t heard – Jets’ fans have an awful reputation of getting angry and belligerent during games. I have no idea why. Story via CBS New York Can […]
Last week I was 4-1 with my only loss coming at the hands of Northwestern who failed to cover the spread as a favorite. Pretty good for a guy whom Taylor and Marc rip every week on not knowing college football.
A Michigan company is under a court order to stop sending deceptive mailings telling North Carolina businesses to pay $125 to comply with state law on filing corporate records.
by @TaraLipinsky Does The Detroit Free Press think Michigan won the NCAA Championship? Is Tiger Woods the only guy who can get away with dropping the F- Bomb and is Lennay Kekua back? All […]
The Drive Tuesday 4-9-13 – Friend of the show Bruce Pearl joins us once again to to recap the National Championship game from last night. We also discuss Rick Pitino’s legacy as the only coach to win two Championships at two different schools, what teams he sees as being able to make runs next year like Wichita st did this year, and where he see’s himself coaching in the next few years.
ESPN’s Jay Bilas: “Rick Pitino Is Definitely One Of The Best Coaches That’s Ever Walked The Sideline”
The Drive Tuesday 4-9-13 -Jay Bilas talks with The Drive about where Rick Pitino now sits on the Mount Rushmore of college coaching, how the level of officiating has dwindled in the past few years during the tournament, and we get his thoughts on the president of the NCAA Mark Emmert.
Most pundits expected Louisville to be in the national championship game, but no one expected Luke Hancock to play an important role.