"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."
Speaking of injuries any update on THJ's ankle? I know he finished the game but if he had any set backs or does anyone even know anyhting about it?
Interesting read from Jeff Goodman at CBSSports.com. According to him, Michigan has more future NBA players than any other team in the tournament.
michigan in the elite 8, iu winning it all
It's likely a good time for this one to get locked. Some bad endings are forseen. LSA
Title says it all.
Open thread to discuss opening round games in Dayton. North Carolina A&T just narrowly escaped a late game collapse to Liberty.
St. Mary's will be playing Middle Tennessee State in the next game.
Edit: Robert Morris is also up on Kentucky in the second half in the NIT.
Yesterday, someone posted a topic about how the SEC is complaining about lack of respect and lack of bids.
Now, the great ACC is doing exactly the same thing:
Although, IMHO, Virginia has some valid basis to complain, it's ironic that the "BCS" conferences seem to draw from their football status an almost birthright to basketball respect too.