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Daily: 5 things we learned in sports on Monday

Posted on: April 8, 2008 1:19 pm
Edited on: April 8, 2008 1:21 pm
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5 things we learned in sports on Monday:
1) Kansas is your national champion. Congratulations to the Jayhawks. Mario Chalmers' three tied the game and sent it into overtime in one of the best title games in recent memory.

2) Bill Self never has to called "the best coach that has not won a national championship" ever again. That title is the equivilant to being "the best player that has not won a major" in golf. More about that when I do my Masters preview.

3) Indiana's Eric Gordon is officially going to the NBA now after his news conference on Monday. Gordon is talented enough to play at the next level but based off his performance in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament I'm not sure if he is quite ready yet. I wish he would've stayed one more year.

4) David Garrard signed the richest deal in Jacksonville Jaguars history worth $60 million dollars for six years.

5) The Tampa Bay Lightning earned the top pick in the NHL Draft by winning the NHL Draft lottery on Monday night.

 

What to watch for on Tuesday:

1) Can the Tigers finally get their first win?

2) Tennesee-Stanford: Women's title game

 

A few Predictions for Tuesday:

1) Tigers win their first game of the year, beating the Red Sox

2) Tennessee, led by Candance Parker, wins the NCAA Women's title

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Category: NCAAB
Comments

Since: Feb 12, 2008
Posted on: April 8, 2008 8:50 pm
 

Daily: 5 things we learned in sports on Monday

I wouldn't pay Garrard that much, nice blog dano.......


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