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A cool $1 billion would likely alleviate some of your financial burdens. But $1 billion opportunities don't come around as often as they should. That's
This dude made some excellent predictions and executed a fairly topical joke.
That’s a wrap, Bros and Broettes. Hope you enjoyed this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Despite the underdog runs of teams like Wichita State, La Salle, and Florida Gulf Coast, we’re set up to have a high-quality second weekend of
The Monday after the NCAA Tournament's first weekend is a difficult Monday. Bleary-eyed and over-stimulated, millions of men across the country went to work or
One of the wilder weekends in sports need some recapping. Relive the magic with a variety of sports news and entertainment chunkage, after the jump:
Julian Gamble has been a solid player for the Hurricanes during this season's great basketball run--in just over 20 minutes per, he's averaged 6.7 ppg
Ram Boy had an interesting day. First, he was profiled in the New York Times because, clearly, there were no more interesting story
God Bless Bill Raftery. And Verne Lundquist. I might not always know what they're saying, but I'm happy they're talking on my television.
March Madness got off to the most awkward start possible thanks to Ernie Johnson and Greg Gumbel. Hopefully, it's not a sign of things to
This is the best day of the year. If you don’t already have a semi-boner awaiting all the hoops, perhaps this will help. If not,
It seems like a real-life Blackbird would be a good omen for LIU-Brooklyn, whose mascot is a – gasp – blackbird. But no, it wasn’t.
Don’t much care for this kid. Hope he gets each and every pick wrong.
Yet again, Barack Obama has put leading the free world on hold so he can fill out an NCAA tournament bracket. Just kidding.
Go ahead and fill out as many brackets as you’d like. You’re not going to pick every game correctly. How do I know? MATH. And
Anyone who listens to sports talk radio knows the people that call in are a little off. They wait for hours on hold to sputter
Louisville started the season with great expectations, but they lost Gorgui Dieng to a wrist injury and then lost to Duke in the final of
GUYS THE NCAA TOURNAMENT IS IN THREE DAYS. Exciting! And since the tournament has become—I'll say it—our country's biggest and best communal sports experience, even
Kansas hasn't gotten as much attention as the other #1 seeds this year because the Big 12 had a down year, but their resume is
Indiana is the team that most people have been focusing on as a national championship contender all season long. Led by Cody Zeller and Victor
It’s just sitting there, blank and full of possibilities, open to any permutation your little heart desires. Everyone and their brother fills one out, but
As the madness descends upon us, get caught up with all you need to know, both for your bracket and game-watching experience. Plus, other sports
The St. Louis Billikens won the Atlantic 10 tournament at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Sunday afternoon and were riding high. They intended to drive to
While next week is when the real March Madness begins, Championship Week is rather great itself. The amount of basketball one can consume over a
The March Madness tornado is knocking on our doorstep, so best study up all you need to know before this weekend's selection Sunday. Plus more
Trudging back to campus for second semester can be tough. After a month of ski vacations, fingerbanging old high school flames and Embassy Suites-quality butler
In their never-ending quest to legitimize the concept of the "student-athlete," the NCAA has dished out some harsh penalties to the schools who aren't taking