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I can't think of a better topic than French wine for SIOC's Lecture of the Week.
How do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Easter, and Dr. Seuss' birthday all at once?
In UMBC's 40 year history, the men's basketball team has never made it to the Big Dance. In fact, no UMBC team has made it to much of anything. The school's "athletic" claim to fame is its six-time, Pan-American Intercollegiate Championship winning chess team (this year they feature four grandmasters!!) America East tournament bracketologists are predicting a close game on Saturday. The teams split their two meetings this year with each game being decided by a single point.
The top riflemen and riflewomen will be stationed in West Point this weekend. TCU, Navy, Nevada, and West Virginia are among the teams looking to unseat Alaska-Fairbanks. The Nanooks are the defending champions and have taken home the title in eight of the last nine years.
Tennessee, LSU, and Arizona State are all ranked in the top three on both the men's and women's sides, but don't count out the home team---the Razorback men have won 19 of the last 24 indoor track titles.
On Saturday the Wolverines kick off spring practice, or as
Who cares if the race ended on Wednesday? If it hasn't been on TV yet it's new to you. Versus' coverage of the race will keep you occupied until the always suspenseful NIT selection show on ESPN2 at 9 p.m.