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Making Sense of the Madness
With Selection Sunday a day away, and the field of 65 coming into view, Bill Littlefield talks to ESPN.com's Pat Forde about conference tournaments, top teams in trouble, and who might be this year's Cinderella story.
Feeling No Pain at Florida
While some hoops prognosticators see the Florida Gators as a possible early casualty in the NCAA tourney, those on campus suffer no such lack of confidence. Ron Schachter reports from Gainesville on the excitement surrounding a repeat title run at a school that already pocketed the 2007 BCS Championship.
Courage on the Court
Duquesne's men's basketball coach, Ron Everhart, knew his first season at the helm would be tough but he never imagined how tough. Last September five of his players were shot, Bill Littlefield reports on one team's tragedy and how Everhart and his players redefined success on the basketball court.
"The Enlightened Bracketologist"
Does bracketology make your heart race? Fear not Final Four lovers, editors Mark Reiter and Richard Sandomir have put together a book allowing bracket-lovers to break down everything from Sports Couples to Samuel L. Jackson Films and join Bill to discuss the art of applying brackets to just about everything.
Women's Hoops, NHL Spies, and the NBA
Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce joins Bill to discuss LSU's losses, Bob Knight's New Crusade, the Penguins place, and how the NHL is acting more like the NSA.
Cricket's Cup on St. Kitt's
Sixteen teams from Austrailia to Zimbabwe are in the West Indies for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. St. Kitt's, where cricket reigns, will host six of the matches. Judith Ritter recently visited the tiny island and thinks they are ready to handle the hysteria of over 150,000 fans.
This program aired on March 10, 2007.
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