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Wakeup Call: Selection Sunday just six days away

Posted on: March 5, 2012 8:59 am
Edited on: March 5, 2012 9:42 am
 
Somebody tell this kid everything's going to be OK -- and that 300 went out of vogue in 2009. (Mocksession.com)

By Matt Norlander


The gun of the future! // Without a doubt the most unbelievable story from the weekend. // This hotel room is a party. // Why going to college doesn't make you a liberal ...

★ Start off your Monday by reading the latest on Pat Summitt, her fight, and whether she will coach next season.

Doug McDermott with the MVC trophy Sunday afternoon. (Adam Streur / White & Blue Review)
★ After you finish the Summitt piece, this New York Times profile of Lenny Cooke is cautionary tale, defined. You also should read that.

★ Bill Self's run at Kansas the past six years is on the verge of being historic. These numbers are incredible.

★ Stayin on Kansas, the Tyshawn Taylor coverage this year has been really great to read.

★ Jason King compiles a mammoth end-of-year awards piece. This may take awhile to get through.

★ Fantastic, giddy, high-pitched play-by-play call of a high school hoops game ending.

★ Please, please get more of these things at NCAA tournament sites.

★ Learn something new every day. Do you know the last location of the Big East tournament before MSG?

★ Why and how Duke's defense is inevitably going to be responsible for the team's downfall.

★ "One of the best arguments against the idea that the NCAA is operating the NFL and NBA’s developmental leagues is that the NCAA seems wholly uninterested in developing professional athletes"

★ Read up on Drexel only making its second CAA final.

★ How BYU challenges are assumptions about who they are and how white they are.

★ Big East fan bases as Simpsons characters.

★ New Arizona State football coach was in the student section yesterday. No, no body paint.

Skip ahead to the :50 mark to see why Stony Brook didn't get upset in the America East semis Sunday.

► Great, frantic buzzer-beater from Saturday. The ones where the ball can't find a pair of hands in the final seconds are the best.



♬ We start the week with TV on the Radio. I find this band to be one of the hardest to describe to friends when recommending. I guess the most supportive thing I could say is, if you consider yourself to have any type of variety in the music you listen to, TVotR almost definitely touches upon something that moves you somewhere in their discography.

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