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Well, this is an issue: An MRI on Kentucky Wildcats forward Nerlens Noel revealed he tore the ACL in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season. The talented freshman was injured in Tuesday night’s loss to the Florida Gators. Kentucky medical staff said surgery is expected in the next two to […]
Some preparatory celebration… Jubilation over the University of Kentucky’s win over the University of Louisville quickly turned into scenes of couch-burning mayhem in key celebratory areas around campus. State Street, which had become the epicenter of couch burning in recent weeks, was quickly filled with thousands of people, smoke and flying beer bottles. Police in […]
So apparently my Ducks have been excluded from the NCAA Tournament based on nothing more than the fact that the Pac-12 was truly awful this year. A disgrace, if you ask me; there should be some sort of investigation. However, I’m quite hopeful that the Ducks will be the first team to complete the three […]
As most of you know, the Oregon Ducks defeated hated Creighton Friday night in Eugene to win the College Basketball Invitational. Loomis and I have been celebrating with a three day bender, one day for each of the three games in the CBI title series. So on this otherwise uneventful evening, remember to raise a […]


On March 27, 2011

Jay Bilas is now two games away from achieving Maximum Possible Predictive Error. Update: Apparently two of the 5.9 million entries in ESPN’s NCAA pool chose all four semi-finalists correctly. G

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