How Sweet Sixteen it is.

Screw brackets. University of Florida Gulf Coast is just plain fun to watch.

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But thinking  anyone who said they have Florida Gulf Coast vs. San Diego State playing for the right to go to the Sweet 16 must be really good at Liars’ Dice.

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Indiana miraculously proving that these day’s it’s not a good idea to bet against a Harbaugh in big games. (Joani Harbaugh is married to their coach.)

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Although for my male readers,   Florida Gulf Coast coach Andy Enfield is married to Amanda Marcum, a former swimsuit model.    (If you haven’t seen her, this is what Google is for,  guys.  Have fun.)

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An unknown New Jersey resident bought the lone winning powerball ticket, worth $338 million. Wow. That’s enough money to move out of New Jersey.

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The Sweet 16 includes TWO teams from the Pacific Time Zone. So at this point watching #MarchMadness will get fans ready for ESPN’s usual baseball coverage.

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The Miami Heat won their 26th straight game tonight, without Dwayne Wade. Okay, but against the Charlotte Bobcats at home, shouldn’t this game have an asterisk?

 

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Karl Rove said today that Democrats need to “stop scaring people” with regards to gun policies and gun control reform. Apparently Rove thinks that scaring people should remain a Republican job.

 

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In northern Utah, a Chevron fuel spill near a bird refuge, originally estimated at 6,000 gallons may have leaked as much as 27,000 gallons. And Chevron will now need government approval to reopen the pipeline. Wonder how long it will take the oil company to add the cost of cleanup to gas prices?

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ESPN advertising opening night baseball next Sunday, the Rangers vs. the Astros. Guess they figure they can get those Texas teams out of the way early and then go back to Yankees-Red Sox.

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The Lakers apparently come out of their pre-game huddle saying “championship.” The way the team is playing now, does Los Angeles think they could win the NCAA’s

 

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Serious sports question:  Two NCAA wins aided and possibly decided today by bad calls (OSU and Miami). Maybe in a one-and-done tournament time for a little more instant replay?

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Serious gay marriage  question as the issue moves to the Supreme Court:   Good people can disagree on abortion, but why aren’t ALL conservatives who talk about religious freedom and small government lined up to say it’s nobody’s business who you marry?

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And bus to hell time from T.C.    The controversy over horsemeat in  European hamburgers continues. My question for the week:   Do  their “Quarter Pounders” contain meat from “Quarter Horses”?

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One Comment on “How Sweet Sixteen it is.”

  1. maaj Says:

    “Serious gay marriage question as the issue moves to the Supreme Court: Good people can disagree on abortion, but why aren’t ALL conservatives who talk about religious freedom and small government lined up to say it’s nobody’s business who you marry?”

    Karl Rove: “I imagine the next GOP candidate supporting gay marriage, which is a shame because we would’ve lost 2004 if not for homophobia.”


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