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March 22nd, 2021

The big dance got underway and there were plenty of upsets. Oral Roberts stunned Ohio State behind Kevin Obanor and Max Abmas. Abilene Christian forced 23 turnovers in a stunner over Texas. North Texas sent Purdue packing while Jason Preston just missed a triple-double as Ohio shocked Virginia.
The Pac-12 got off to a good start, while the ACC struggled.
The NFL had a very busy week with more player signings. Patrick Peterson, Kenny Golladay, AJ Green and Mitch Trubisky were among the players on the move.
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March 15, 2021

The field of 68 for the big dance was announced. Gonzaga is trying to be the first team since Indiana in 1976 to finish a perfect season.
Louisville, Colorado State, Belmont and Saint Louis fell short of the dance. I felt for them.
There was lots of NFL off-season news. Veterans being cut, others re-signing. Cam Newton decided to return to the Patriots.
The Brooklyn Nets remained on fire, going 12-1 in their last 13 games.
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March 8th 2021

We pushed tickets to the big dance. Morehead State, Liberty, Loyola-Chicago and Winthrop will be in the field of 68.
Michigan State improved its chances with a win over Michigan.
There was lots of NFL news with several veterans cut. Ben Roethlisberger re-signed with the Steelers.
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March 1st, 2021

I saw the best individual performance of the season. Cade Cunningham had 40 points and 11 rebounds as Oklahoma State beat Oklahoma in the Bedlam Series.
Baylor fell from the unbeaten ranks as David McCormack and Marcus Garrett came up big vs. the Bears. Gonzaga is the lone remaining unbeaten.
Michigan continued to shine, beating Iowa and Indiana. Ohio State lost its third straight, falling to Iowa.
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February 22nd 2021

 

The first major of the tennis season is in the books. Novak Djokovic captured his 18th Slam event, moving to within two of Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal. Djoker dominated Danil Medvedev in straight sets to win the Australian Open. Congrats to Naomi Osaka on her fourth slam title.
The Michigan-Ohio State game was the college contest of the weekend. The Wolverines scored a use road W to stay in the top three.
Pitchers and catchers reported. Baseball is back, baby!
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