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Most of us discovered Saint Joseph's coach Phil Martelli's grandson Philip in this year's March Madness tournament. The 4-year-old in the stands wore an adult necktie and screamed at no one in particular. (Just like a real coach!) College basketball's back, and so is Philip, still acting like his grandfather. Read more...
March Madness might be months away, but ESPN gives an early excuse to sit on the couch and watch college basketball all day (as if you needed one) with its Tip-Off Marathon. The annual event features at least one game on one of the ESPN networks at all hours of the day for close to 29 hours in a row. Show More Summary
No, the regular season isn't as much fun as March Madness, but you can't properly appreciate the tournament without knowing all that went into bringing us there. College basketball season starts Friday, and there's a good chance you're indifferent about that. Show More Summary
René Redzepi was so sick of chef conferences that he started his own. Four years later, has MAD Symposium changed the conversation? I t was March of 2010, and René Redzepi was on the brink. The Danish chef's star had been on the rise...Show More Summary
Another year, another opportunity to compete for a Big Ten championship and another year to make a mad dash through March and April—that’s always the mode of operation for coach Tom Izzo, who’s been to six Final Fours and won a national...Show More Summary
For college football's elite, style points are no longer important. Margin of victory is an afterthought, replaced by the crossed fingers of "survive and advance" attitude typically more associated with March Madness. After Week 10, that's probably a good thing. Show More Summary
College football took its first shot at selecting teams for a playoff Tuesday, and I believe they should follow a couple of key guidelines from the March Madness selection criteria. Pick teams that have proven they can beat good teams on the road and no conference match-ups in the opening round--after all, there are no home games in the playoffs. Show More Summary
In college basketball, the madness isn't just reserved for March. Though we're months away from the NCAA tournament and all its wild and crazy glory, we're only a few weeks from the start of the 2014-15 season. And to celebrate thatShow More Summary
You have until 5 October to visit Stafford Gallery at Wimbledon Fine Art, London, to view Angela Hunter: New Animal Sculpture (CLICK). From mad March hares to rockhopper penguins, Ang3ela's sculptures are a delight. They're made in bronze resin in editions of 15. Shown is her Otter.
Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano was stuck in a strange situation during his second half warmup, finding himself in the middle of a entire marching band. He pushed one trombonist out of the way, but it's okay because the two made...Show More Summary
The Race to the Chase is now complete, and now NASCAR’s focus shifts to the actual 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup. In case you’re unaware of who’s in the Chase and who isn’t, here’s the list. Not only was getting into the Chase a whole different ballgame, at least for the way 13 drivers [...]
College basketball seasons are defined by performances in March, but there are still plenty of important games that help pave the road to the Madness. Duke is looking to bounce back from a rather disappointing 2013-14 campaign by its lofty standards. Show More Summary
Most college football teams with top-10 talent choose to shorten the game. The Trojans' offense showed Saturday it intends to prolong defensive suffering. Upsets happen in March Madness all the time, but not in the NBA Playoffs. The difference is simple. Show More Summary
It's not March Madness, but Kentucky basketball treated us to the college hoops version of Christmas in July August today. With ESPNU's cameras rolling, Big Blue Nation throttled Champagne Chalons -Reims 81-58. A slow start precededShow More Summary
Rather than making signs and marching in protests, Christina Hendricks is using her creativity to raise awareness of the continuing problem of unequal pay for women in the workplace. The “Mad Men” actress channels her character JoanShow More Summary
After initially backing out of a promise to buy season tickets for a fan over a March Madness bet, Falcons receiver Roddy White has been shamed into paying up. White brought 20-year-old Dylan Hoyt to training camp this week to pay off in person on his vow to give Hoyt season tickets if Mercer beat…
The Falcons receiver made good on his promise to a fan who bet against him during March Madness. In March, Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White was confident the Duke Blue Devils would easily dispatch the Mercer Bears during the NCAA basketball tournament. Show More Summary
Actor Mark Ruffalo, who Avenger‘s fans know better as the Hulk, was in Detroit Friday morning joining National Nurses United and other protesters at the Detroit Cobo Center. Ruffalo reportedly was on stage asking protesters to march with him to demand that Detroit alter its water shutoff policies. “I’m here to shed a little light
March 1943. "New York, New York. Madison Avenue on a rainy day." Photo by John Vachon for the Office of War Information. View full size.