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If the No. 15 seed Braves should happen to get their “brand” ripped clear off by No. 2 seed Michigan State on Thursday in Des Moines, Iowa, oh well.
Even in the one-and-done era, teams that have been around the block are as dangerous — and, ultimately, as successful — as ever. Give me Gonzaga.
Tom Izzo and John Beilein want the whole world to know that Spartans-Wolverines is right up there with … Duke-North Carolina? Seriously, fellas?
Illinois didn’t resemble a team fighting for its postseason life. When the going got tough, the Illini looked all too ready to accept the inevitable.
All in all, Illinois’ 74-69 victory more than got the job done as a first taste of March Madness.
Sanity and order have returned to the Big Ten’s contribution to March Madness, which commences Wednesday at the United Center.
Perlini joined center Dylan Strome in making the trade of Nick Schmaltz to the Coyotes in November look like a mighty fine deal.
As the Hawks head into their final 13 games, it can’t be bad to have a guy in the mix who has 178 games of postseason experience to his credit.
Grizzled vet Duncan Keith snarled at an innocent-enough question about defense as though it were a puck bound for an empty net in the Hawks’ end.
If Schwarber kicks his 2019 walks total into triple digits, could he join Kris Bryant as the only Cubs regulars since 2007 to post OBPs in the .400s?
Members of both teams disagreed with the officials, with the Bulls’ Kris Dunn saying he hadn’t even realized Young gestured in his direction.
Coach Jim Boylen described it as a taste of the postseason experience. If that was accurate, then the Bulls did an awful impression of a playoff team.
Losers of 8 straight, the Cats are 12-15 overall and 3-13 in Big Ten play — which feels a lot like their entire existence before the 2016-17 season.
What do the Sox do now? Well, they keep moving forward. The future still appears to be bright. OK, fine, bright-ish?