All times given in EST:
12:15, CBS, Tulsa – Texas vs. Oakland (Marv Albert/Steve Kerr)
12:40, truTV, Charlotte – Michigan vs. Tennessee (Nantz/Kellogg)
1:40, TBS, Chicago – Notre Dame vs. Akron (Spero Dedes/Bob Wenzel)
2:10, TNT, Cleveland — George Mason vs. Villanova (Gus Johnson/Len Elmore)
2:45, CBS, Tulsa – Arizona vs. Memphis (Albert/Kerr)
3:10, truTV, Charlotte – Duke vs. Hampton (Nantz/Kellogg)
4:10, TBS, Chicago – Texas A&M vs. Florida St. (Dedes/Wenzel)
4:40, TNT, Cleveland – Ohio St. vs. UTSA/Alabama St. (Johnson/Elmore)
6:50, TBS, Tulsa – Kansas vs. Boston U. (Albert/Kerr)
7:15, CBS, Charlotte – North Carolina vs. Long Island (Nantz/Kellogg)
7:20, TNT, Chicago – Purdue vs. St. Peter’s (Dedes/Wenzel)
7:27, truTV, Cleveland – Xavier vs. Marquette (Johnson/Elmore)
9:20, TBS, Tulsa – UNLV vs. Illinois (Albert/Kerr)
9:45, CBS, Charlotte – Washington vs. Georgia (Nantz/Kellogg)
9:50, TNT, Chicago – Georgetown vs. Southern California/VCU (Dedes/Wenzel)
9:57, truTV, Cleveland – Syracuse vs. Indiana St. (Johnson/Elmore)
Rick Pitino and the Louisville Cardinal are sad.
CBS points out the obvious.
And finally, we love the blonde girl’s t-shirt.
I feel bad reacting to every tournament in a hyperbolic manner, but at some point we’ve got to decide if he’s ever going to be the same golfer. I stated my case last year that I thought he was done as the sport’s alpha player, what do you think?? Is Tiger done? From the AP via Yahoo! Sports:
Tiger Woods took a beating just about everywhere at the Match Play Championship—from Rory McIlroy in the media center, from ex-swing coach Hank Haney on Twitter and from Thomas Bjorn on the golf course.
Nothing annoyed him more than losing on the course.
Nothing was more stunning than the way he lost.
Down to his last shot Wednesday afternoon, Woods delivered a vintage moment when he buried an 8-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to extend the match. Momentum on his side, he strode to the tee and stood over a 3-wood when he backed off to rehearse his swing.
“I was trying to hit a ball in play,” Woods said. “The fairway is what? Two hundred yards wide? And I can’t even put the ball in the fairway. That’s very disappointing.”
And so ended another chapter in his recovery, this one the shortest of all. Woods arrived at Dove Mountain about noon on Tuesday and was on his way home after about 30 hours.
Only he knows where he will play next. Not even he can tell how he will play.
The Accenture Match Play Championship will get on without him, as it always does, because the format is as compelling as the players. And the rest of the top players managed to get on just fine.
I’m not ready for this Euro domination we’re going to experience over the next decade. We’ve got to have an American rise up to the challenge. First Tennis, now golf?
[AP via Yahoo! Sports]