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Consider this a rare example of the NFL not getting its way.
President Barack Obama is going with Brittney Griner and Baylor to win back-to-back titles in the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
Villanova fans had no idea when Miami beat North Carolina 68-59 back in January that something bad had just happened to them.
Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen will be looking to build on his success this weekend in Malaysia after winning the Australian Grand Prix.
Isiah Thomas is just like the rest of America, catching up on the NCAA tournament on TV whenever he can. There's just one tiny difference.
This is the best weekend of the best event. It started Thursday and goes through Sunday. There's basketball on all day and all night. This is a working weekend and my office number for the next three days is 1-800-LEAVEMEALONE. I'll be working. By working, I mean watching basketball. Lots and lots of basketball.
Call it a case of the Pennsylvania Blues.
The 2:30 p.m. match, announced Thursday, will serve as a tuneup for a June 7 World Cup qualifier at Jamaica and a pair of World Cup qualifiers later in the month.
There are no egos at Wisconsin, no individual superstars carrying the team.