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March 14, 2022

The field of 68 is set! Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas and Baylor are the 1 seeds. I was surprised Tennessee and Iowa were seeded lower than they deserved.
Texas A&M, SMU, Xavier were left out and had a case to argue.
Championship week gave us some great moments. Virginia Tech was a great story as the seventh seed beat Clemson, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Duke to cut down the nets in Brooklyn. Arizona beat UCLA to win the Pac-12. Villanova and Kansas dominate their leagues.
Then big news as Tom Brady announced his return to the Bucs.
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March 7th, 2022

 
Mike Krzyzewski had an emotional farewell to Cameron Indoor Stadium. Over 90 of his former players were in attendance, though North Carolina spoiled the party.
Nebraska had a great week. The Cornhuskers surprised Ohio State and Wisconsin.
Three NBA stars had big games. LeBron James scored 56 vs. the Warriors. Jayson Tatum scored 54 against the Nets. Ja Morant had a 52-point effort.
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February 28th 2022

College basketball is only a few weeks away from championship week, then comes March Madness. I am so excited about this time of the year. Last Saturday saw the top six teams in the AP poll and seven of the top 10 lose. That was the first time that happened.
Major league baseball is making a big mistake and this will only upset the fans.
Rafael Nadal beat Danil Medvedev in straight sets in Mexico. Mededev is the new number one after Novak Djokovic was stunned by Jiri Vesely in Dubai.
James Harden had a nice debut with the Sixers.
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February 21st, 2022

Congrats to rookie driver Austin Cindric for winning the Daytona 500. 
The Phoenix Suns kept impressing as the hottest team into the All-Star break.
Texas Tech really impressed with wins over Baylor and at Texas. Coach Mark Adams has done a great job.
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February 14th, 2022

A wild week in sports.
We saw the Los Angeles Rams win the dramatic Super Bowl over the Cincinnati Bengals and Aaron Rodgers in the NFL MVP over Tom Brady.
The Olympics saw Chloe Kim, Lindsay Jacobellis, Erin Jackson and Nathan Chin among the big American Olympic winners. We saw Shaun White make an emotional farewell.
The NBA saw an amazing number of trades, led by the Sixers acquiring James Harden for Ben Simmons.
College basketball saw plenty of ranked teams fall. Auburn lost, Houston fell twice, UCLA lost to USC.
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Quote of the Week

"123-90 was not that close. A whipping as Mark Cuban’s Mavs blew out Phoenix in game seven. Luka Doncic was incredible as the Suns fell short."
-Dick Vitale