Another Monday greets us all today.
Congratulations to the 68 teams who made it to the Big Dance. First to the 31 Conference Tournament Winners, since they earned the automatic bid. Then to the other 37 institutions whom the NCAA Selection Committee has deemed to be deserving of the spot.
I am pretty sure we will have a myriad of posts upcoming to deconstruct the bracket, and other what nots, but there are other things to look at, as there is the NIT and the CBI and the CIT, too.
Good luck and may the bracket gods be nice to you.
Here are the links to make your day after the jump
Look who is back on top in the Premiership. (c/o The Guardian)
Calls for goal-line technology echoing again. (c/o The Herald Sun)
And then the sound of silence… (c/o ESPN Star)
The best player not in Europe should be in there. (c/o Super Sport)
Fallout from the Port Said disaster continues. (c/o BBC Sport)
Announces sell-out, but stadium was empty (c/o Huffington Post)
Defending the MLS Cup kicked off on the wrong foot. (c/o Soccer America)
The Welsh are almost there. (c/o Wales Online)
Who among them will be Team Faber or Team Cruz? (c/o The Vancouver Sun)
What to expect in the upcoming Formula 1. (Formula 1)
Smokin‘ in Vegas. (c/o Charlotte Observer)
More questions on Tiger… (c/o Miami Herald)
Is he deserving of an invite? (c/o ExeGolf)
If you are going to be liberal with your use of Twitter, the school better make you learn how to use it. (c/o Detroit News)
The Gronk effect. (c/o Black Shoe Diaries)
The NBA loves Ricky Rubio. (c/o Yahoo!’s Ball Don’t Lie)
The luster has definitely worn off. (c/o North Jersey.com)
The annual Trade Value column is up. Discuss. (c/o Grantland)
Deconstructing the trade. (c/o Crave Online)
Roll out… Roll out for the Manning Mystery Tour…. (c/o Washington Post)
Since they are going to be having a performance in a few…