WC: Conference tourneys begin; it's the last Wakeup Call of the year

By Matt Norlander | College Basketball Writer

Here it is, the final Wakeup Call for the season. We'll have plenty of posts to make up for it going forward. Many headlines and analysis/reaction from all the craziness set to come. March is here in full, a beautiful beast. Conference tournaments get underway on Tuesday. Look out and come back very often -- every hour -- for more content.

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»» The Baylor men: missing the NCAA tournament. The Baylor women: Witnessing the most dominating player in the history of their sport. Brittney Griner had 50 on Tuesday night.

I promised that readers would get the final picks for music, and today's seems a fitting choice. Great band, good vibe, good message for today, the start of conference tournaments. Enjoy The Eels, and thank you, @DukeHoopBlog.

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