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Episode 169: Recruiting Bonanza and Hockey Roundup

With 8 commitments in the last 5 days, we look at the newest Wildcats and examine the trail of dominoes that made it happen.  We also talk about the NCAA Hockey championship game and try to convince John to dip his toes into the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  117 more words


NCAA Announces New Approved Proposal

This year’s Most Valuable Player of the NCAA tournament, Shabazz Napier made headlines last week during the Final Four when he complained that he sometimes goes to bed “starving” because he can’t afford food. 491 more words


"The best team doesn't always win"

It’s a phrase that’s being thrown around a bit today following last night’s 2-1 Gopher win.

You can’t argue it, because it’s true. Here’s another one: 275 more words

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Nik Stauskas Declares For 2014 NBA Draft

Nik Stauskas has declared for the 2014 NBA Draft, he announced in a news conference on Tuesday. The young guard from Canada has played his final game at Michigan. 219 more words


How To Win The CBS National Bracket Challenge? Listen To Dad, And Trust Your Gut

OAKLAND (CBS SF) –  The second place national winner for the CBS Local Bracket Challenge in the NCAA  Tournament had actually never done any kind of brackets before, but Lija Koch listened to her dad growing up, and apparently had the instincts to win the second biggest prize in the nation. 149 more words


President Obama Congratulates UConn On NCAA Dominance

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has congratulated the University of Connecticut’s men’s and women’s basketball teams on winning last week’s NCAA tournaments.

The White House says Obama commended men’s head coach Kevin Ollie and his team on their decisive championship victory and noted how he enjoyed watching them throughout the tournament. 95 more words


The Sixth Man

This is the watch my close friend gave me a week before he found the burden of life too difficult to carry at the age of 23. 1,575 more words

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