|JayVaughn Pinkston, in one play, reenacts Villanova's season. (US PRESSWIRE)|
Not surprising that kids aren't sleeping as much these days as they used to. // Ah, that's a shame. // This is one of the best inter-sport tributes I've ever seen. // Cheetah and dog: best buds. // If Ron Paul intrigues you, the profile you've been waiting to be written now exists ...
★ Parrish perfectly captured what Murray State is right now and what they'll likely remember this year to be decades down the road.
★ Hilarious. After Tom Gugliotta and Chris Corchiani were thrown out of the game Saturday, N.C. State will honor their 1989 ACC title team this week.
★ You might've forgotten it, but Notre Dame had no business coming back and beating Villanova Saturday.
★ Which program got the 20 wins for the first time in its Division I history Sunday?
★ Another first impression on mock selection from Monday podcast guest John Gasaway.
★ More mock stuff. This entry from Eric Crawford is really good, and it takes me to task!
★ A bunch of geeks decided to mimic the mock process and make their own bracket. They claim it's superior. Mmmhmmmm.
★ Ryan Fagan's take on Wichita State is accurate. Shockers have second-weekend potential, clearly.
★ Stem cell treatment leads to Manhattan player getting back on the court. Interesting.
★ Very nice profile on Pitt's Tray Woodall, who's experiencing something of a lost season.
★ Will this get the Georgetown-Maryland basketball rivalry renewed and on its feet again?
★ Confirming what was suspected: Steve Lavin can't envision how he'll return to coaching before next season.
★ Mike Tomlin acting like a prick at the Kentucky game over the weekend.
► These kind of dunks are more common at the next level. A rare Auburn highlight!
♬ After he had a pretty regrettable two-day stint of being in charge of the Wakeup Call, I've kicked Borzello to the curb and am returning the daily music recommendations to something much less seizure-inducing We're nearing prove-it time in hoops, and where do we see this proving done? On the television. So much symmetry here. Television's "Marquee Moon" was one of the best albums of the 1970s.