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Each week, just like with football, we’ll bring you the AP’s college basketball rankings along with serious, measured, professional analysis. Let’s get to Week 3!
Austin Hatch, Survivor Of Two Plane Crashes That Killed His Immediate Family, Gets Full Scholarship To Michigan
Each week we’ll bring you the AP’s college basketball rankings along with serious, measured, professional analysis. Let’s get to Week 2!
Thought you were going out for a bike ride, or to take the kids to the park? Obviously you forgot that there’s curling today on TV — it’s the U.S. Olympic Trials for the men and women, beginning at noon. It’s all part of NBC’s master plan to dominate TV sports … yeah, to hell with Formula 1. We’re showing curling, dammit! In lesser news, there’s football later on, led by the game everyone’s been waiting for: Kansas City at Denver. Although I’ll be paying closer attention to San Francisco at New Orleans. Below are all the major sporting events on your TV today, and where the games can be found. Curling! Happy viewing, hosers!
Top Recruit Reaches For Wrong Hat During Selection Press Conference, Sends Illinois Fans Into An Unnecessary Frenzy
Cliff Alexander, you son of a bitch! A room full of Illinois fans lose it the second he touches the orange hat. SPOILER ALERT: He changes hats. Watch their world come crashing down in the funniest video we’ve seen all week.
Duke is good almost every year, because they have coach Mike Krzyzewski and a storied basketball program and they don’t mind if you one-and-done them because we all know the “student-athlete” concept is a big joke. They’ll (probably/definitely) lose Jabari Parker after this season, but no worries — they just nabbed the number one and number four overall recruits in the country for 2014.