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Topic - Monte Ross
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who had somewhat of an adventure trying to congratulate Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on his win last year, missed another connection recently — this time with Monte Ross, the head coach of Mr. Biden's beloved Delaware Blue Hens basketball team.
Adreian Payne sent Tom Izzo a text. He wants to leave a legacy.
It's rare for an underdog like Delaware to question where it gets placed in the bracket.
Scouring through the game film, the roster and the tea leaves in search of any advantage his team might have over Michigan State, Monte Ross finally found it.
Delaware guard Devon Saddler is headed to the NCAA tournament. A few years from now, the kid just might find himself working as a basketball coach.
"The shame of it was, in the whole spectrum of this whole thing, I thought that there were just two teams I just didn't want to play because I just thought that they were playing at a high level and coaches were tournament tested and you weren't going to sneak up on them or anything like that," Ross said. "Michigan State was one of them."
"Forty-one is 41, and he was a load tonight," Ross said. "He was probably the best big man that I have faced in 21 years of college basketball."