"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
Illinois 53, Some Weird Guys 46. They're not healthy yet.
Let's go win a title tonight.
It's March 1st and the time has begun to get March Madness on the brain! ESPN Tournament Challenge is back for 2014. Selection Sunday is just over two weeks away (15 days to be exact). The 1st Round or "play-in" games are on March 18-19. The brackets lock at the start of 2nd round play on March 20th.
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- vs Nebraska
- vs Wisconsin
- at indiana
- at Maryland
- at Penn State
- at Purdue
- vs illinois/at illinois
- vs state/at at state
- vs Northwestern/at Northwestern.
- vs Ohio/at Ohio
- vs Rutgers/at Rutgers
After Utah Valley beat New Mexico State last night to take over control of the WAC, NMSU G K.C. Ross-Miller threw the ball at a Utah Valley player. Combined with the timing of UVU's fans storming the court, the fight between the players on the two teams escalated to also include a few UVU students. One can be seen throwing a punch at a NMSU player. Ugly scene, and it is already drawing more talk about banning storming the court. Storming the court is a part of the tradition of college (and high school) basketball, but is it so dangerous that it needs to be outlawed?
This is obviously an isolated situation, and the first time I can recall an incident of this nature occuring in college basketball. I think storming the court shouldn't be banned, and might be tough to enforce anyways. Do schools pay some sort of penalty for an incident? Would it require extra security at every game? Just doesn't seem practical to me.