Last week, the Connecticut women’s basketball team set a record with its 100th consecutive win. And it’s good timing for HBO’s new documentary series, “UConn: The March to Madness.” The March to Madness series is in its second season as it followed the Gonzaga men last year. Show More Summary
UConn has won seven of its last eight, but can the Huskies ride this streak to the NCAA Tournament?
Art has always shone brightest in the midst of political oppression. And Mad Cat Theatre Company is tackling both art and political oppression during a time when those topics are controversial at best. February 23 through March 12, the eclectic and offbeat production company will open its 17th season by putting on two plays by subversive Czechoslovakian playwright Vaclav Havel.
The next streaming sports deal looks likely to be between Facebook and Major League Baseball. Facebook has been boosting its inventory of sports streaming rights for years, signing deals for everything from March Madness to Liga MX soccer games. Show More Summary
The NCAA has filed an opposition with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board against The Big Ten Conference for using MARCH IS ON!, which is purportedly confusingly similar to the NCAA's March Madness marks.
The Mountaineers have a winning identity, an easy Sun Belt schedule, and a countdown until they knock off another Power 5 team. Part of the draw of March Madness is the formulaic chaos. You know you're going to get buzzer beaters and rushed courts in the mid-major conference tournaments. Show More Summary
When it comes to the NCAA Tournament, the dirty secret is that it’s not always the best team that wins it all. Simply put, it’s the hottest team.Momentum is everything in March Madness. That’s why a Cinderella low seed can go on to make an Elite Eight or Final Four run, and it happens almost every year. Show More Summary
Facebook has released a new infographic which highlights the conversation increases and opportunities surrounding the annual March Madness basketball tournament.
The junior point guard will be the key to how far the Terrapins advance.
Who can already start making plans for the NCAA tournament? Let’s figure it out. With only three weeks to play before Selection Sunday, two dozen teams can already start making their NCAA plans. Let’s get started with the top 16 teams...Show More Summary
During Barack Obama’s presidency, he’d work with ESPN every year to set up a terrible NCAA March Madness bracket that he would then try to defend on television. It was a fun, lighthearted tradition, designed to show that Obama could connect with the common man, but it looks like it won’t be continuing in Donald Trump’s administration. Show More Summary
For each year of Barack Obama's presidency, he made a big production of filling out a March Madness bracket on camera for ESPN. While his picks...
How dare he! (Washington Post) It appears that President Trump is passing on March Madness. He will not continue his predecessor’s annual tradition of filling out an NCAA tournament bracket
The NCAA Tournament earns its “March Madness” nickname every single year. With wild finishes and crazy upsets, the tourney never disappoints. Navigating through that “madness” to the Final Four or even a championship is no easy feat....Show More Summary
President Donald Trump said he will not fill out a college basketball March Madness bracket, per the Washington Post. President Trump will not fill out an NCAA tournament bracket https://t.co/pBaMbFZsOS — Post Sports (@PostSports) February 15, 2017 What will ESPN do? In what had become a sort of TV tradition, previous President Barack Obama filled […]
Andy Katz won’t be going to the White House to help the president fill out an NCAA Tournament bracket this year. Donald Trump won’t be continuing Barack Obama’s tradition of filling out an NCAA Tournament bracket from the White House for ESPN. Show More Summary
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President Trump will not fill out an NCAA tournament bracket this year with ESPN. Former president Barack Obama made the March tradition a staple event each year of his presidency, but Trump has backed away from that practice, so says ESPN. Show More Summary
March is not going to be the "pause and catch our breath" month that it typically is between the end of NYCB's winter season and the busy spring season at Lincoln Center. Pennsylvania Ballet will premiere its new Le Corsaire...
Mexicans poured into the streets on Sunday to protest US President Donald Trump, after months of verbal taunts and, in recent weeks, openly hostile policies. About 20,000 people marched in Mexico City, and thousands turned out in Guadalajara,...Show More Summary