Wakeup Call: The best tourney buzzer-beaters, all in one place

Sean Miller don't care. But Miller's Wildcats couldn't keep up with Colorado on Thursday night. (US Presswire)

Let's get right to the links, which are quick and easy and perfect to settle into the weekend with. If you missed Frank Martin's interesting press conference, head on over to Night Court when you're done here.

Around the World

Around 2 p.m. today, a rock half the size of a football field's gonna cruise past our planet. We're supposed to be OK, but apparently the universe just sent the first Decepticon to Russia a few hours back. || Cool little story, even after Valentine's Day. || Surprisingly, the fax machine is far from death in the Far East. || I am very much looking forward to this record in a few months. || Always embarrassing, though I gotta admit it took me about 10 seconds to spot the error. || Fun, and yet you might wanna throw up: go inside and see the view from a flying F18.

Layup Line

Moving Pictures and Music

»» More Harlem Shake. Colorado this time. I promise this'll be it, barring something exceedingly creative/groundbreaking/hilarious. Basically, some head coach is going to have to step up and be the ring leader.

In honor of Cal just knocking the snot out of UCLA on Thursday night, we'll go with the Crows for Berkeley grad Adam Duritz. Unfortunately, these dudes are just burned out beyond belief these days. But their first three albums still find my ears a few times a year. Here's one of my favorites.

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