Found March 26, 2012 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
This is a simple point I’m going to make, so I’ll be brief with it. But it’s an important one, I think, so I’m not leaving it unsaid anymore.
Over the weekend, I saw numerous blog and social media posts mocking Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s manner of speaking in press interviews. It immediately pissed me off, even before I did any digging into MKG’s background.
First, it pissed me off because I’d like to know how many of the jackwagons doing the mocking would have been experts in dealing with the press…as college freshmen. My guess is probably not many of them. I sure wouldn’t have been.
Second, as soon as I saw MKG struggling to put together expansive answers, it seemed likely that he may suffer from a speaking issue. Of course, unlike you or I who can work through any speech disorder away from the limelight of cameras and microphones shoved in our faces, Kidd-Gilchrist has to do so in front of the sports world, with any misstep sure to be picked apart by bloggers like yours truly who...
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In the world of Craigslist, almost anything can happen and recently, one diehard Kentucky Wildcats fan has attempted to get tickets to the Final Four by offering his wife as compensation.
Here is the advertisement as it appeared:
It's most likely fake but still entertaining nevertheless.
(Courtesy of Hot Clicks)
Two teams made their way to the Final Four on Saturday night, and two more will join them as the last two Elite Eight games take place Sunday afternoon. Three teams in action on Sunday are hoping to continue their long lasting legacies of excellence, while one program is trying to take the next step to win their first ever National Championship. Here are the games to look out for...
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KINGSTON, R.I. (AP) -- Tiffany Hayes scored 22 points and top-seed Connecticut beat Kentucky 80-65 on Tuesday night to advance to the Final Four for the fifth straight season.
Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis added 18 for UConn (33-4), which will play the winner of Notre Dame and Maryland on Sunday in Denver. The Huskies matched their own school mark of five straight trips to the national...
Since I can't find a transcript of the UConn Huskies women's basketball team's pregame presser before their Elite Eight matchup with the Kentucky Wildcats, I figured the next best thing is the video of it.
Here it is for you to enjoy:
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