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When it was apparent there would be no NCAA men’s basketball tournament and no Final Four, Max Goren set out to save the one tradition associated with all the hoopla.
We may not have sports but the internet does. The Slipper Still Fits blogger Peter Woodburn has taken old YouTube Gonzaga games and brought them back to life with live tweeting, Join him on his journey through the past with his March Madness Zag Rewatch.
Welcome to the first ever QuaranTourney Selection Show. This new show dives you in to a college basketball tournament that picks up where the season ended. Get ready for a simulation of this years March Madness, and the best part is, you can join in on the fun with your very own bracket!
House considers law to allow sports betting at tribal casinos.
It was, I think, simply coincidence that on the anniversary of his death, my interest in college basketball revived. It wasn’t because we shared that passion. Spectator sports held little appeal for him, save, perhaps, il Palio di Sienna, an insane, centuries-old horserace around a Tuscan town square that he was always happy to catch when he visited his father. He pointed out the track as we dined above the piazza last February. He talked about wanting to share that – and so much else – with me on a future visit. He would have sat with me during Duke games, if I’d asked. He would have made insightful comments about what he saw; he noticed things others missed. But if he hadn’t died I may not have needed to start following the team again.
With about two minutes left in the game, all the students in Gonzaga’s Cataldo Hall stood up as they watched their men’s basketball team fall to Texas Tech, knocking the No. 1 seed out of the NCAA Tournament’s West Region.
Any good conspiracy theory is only strengthened by attempts to disprove it. So no one can fault Jimmy Kimmel for doubling down when confronted with evidence that Gonzaga University does, indeed, exist.
Recap of Thursday’s NCAA Tournament first-round action.
Spokane urologists say it is no myth that clients strategically schedule vasectomies so they can recuperate during March Madness.
Baylor, Notre Dame, Mississippi State and Louisville are the No. 1 seeds in the women’s NCAA Tournament, leading a March Madness field that was revealed early thanks to a production error.
Just about every time someone mentions the possibility of a person with a TV news-reading background running for mayor of Spokane, I have the same thought.
The excitement of March Madness provides an opportunity for scammers to take advantage of fans eager to see their favorite teams.
Now that the NFL season has reached an anticlimactic conclusion, the nation’s sporting eyes turn to college basketball for the next two months.
The Final Four is headed back to Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio and Indianapolis.
There is something strangely familiar about Loyola-Chicago’s run to the Final Four.
Madness? Let’s get more specific. It’s really March Schizophrenia. Let ol’ Doc Basketball here explain.
One word succinctly describes what’s transpired so far in the NCAA Tournament: Madness. But even that’s probably underselling it. A memorable, zany first two rounds – even by March Madness standards – set up what could be another wild two weekends in a tournament where anything can become reality.
BOISE – The Gonzaga Bulldogs’ postseason usually provides a good reason for alumni to throw a party. Year after year, Gonzaga alumni chapters come together to host socials and pull together alumni following the Zags in their run through the NCAA Tournament. The gatherings in the postseason are often made up of alumni from all over the country. Last season, when the Zags made their inaugural run to the Final Four, local chapters drew in Gonzaga alumni from several states as far as the East Coast.
Many named or connected to the probe will hear their teams called when the March Madness field of 68 is unveiled.
The Gonzaga women (24-5, 17-1) earned the top seed in the West Coast Conference and will open WCC Tournament play against either No. 8 Pepperdine (9-19. 5-13) or No. 9 Santa Clara (9-20, 5-13) in the quarterfinals Friday at noon at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.