Tuesday, March 21, 2006

It's Madness!

Check out what The FYC has to say about the madness of March. Yes, I agree, we can beat Memphis. On Thursday. The MVC is under-rated. You saw that on Saturday when one of the teams from the Valley, the Wichita State Shockers, shocked Tennessee.
One last note of significance concerning the Braves. I talked to Dan from The Kentucky Democrat earlier this evening and he mentioned that they would not be showing the Bradley game in his locale Thursday night. Apparently some mid-major named Duke (they're in the under-appreciated Atlantic Coast Conference and are a small, private school located somewhere in North Carolina) are playing at the same time, and their game takes precedent.

I'd just like to let everyone know that all Bradley games are streamed on the Braves local station, WMBD.

If you can't catch the game on CBS (or even if you can, but want to hit the mute button because the announcers are still mispronouncing the Bradley players names...it's O'Bryant, not "O'Rourke" and Somerville, not "Summers") do yourself a favor and check it out.

You won't be sorry when you hear the beauty which is Bradley color man Joe Stowell.
Wayne Firestone will become the new president of Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life.

So long, Bronson. The Red Sox traded Bronson Arroyo and cash for Wily Mo Pena.

The latest Collegiate Baseball poll has UK ranked #26.

Conan O'Brien heads to Chicago for a whole week of shows.

Jon Stewart will host the Peabody Awards.

The state house has passed a bill dealing with the protests at military funerals. Congrats to Rep. Mike Weaver for sponsoring this legislation.

Make sure to vote for Bradley on this poll for the Pontiac Game-Changing performance.

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