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February 27, 2023

It was a great weekend in college basketball.
Arizona State stunned Arizona on a 60-foot shot. Florida State rallied from a 25-point deficit to shock Miami. Michigan and Iowa hit buzzer beaters to send the respective games in overtime. Baylor knocked off Texas in a key Big 12 showdown.
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February 20, 2023

 

We are getting close to Championship Week and this year could be wild. Teams will battle for improved seeding in the big dance. There are a few bubble teams that are surprising. North Carolina was preseason #1 and now 0-9 vs. Quad 1 opponents. The Tar Heels need a strong showing in the ACC tourney.
The NBA had its all-star break and the Bucks have been hot, winning 12 straight.
I had a great time calling the Duke-Syracuse game. Thanks to Orange AD John Wildhack, my former ESPN boss.
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February 13, 2023

Congratulations to LeBron James on becoming the NBAs all-time scoring leader. He passed Kareem ABDUL-Jabbar.
Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs on a Super Bowl win over the Eagles.Patrick Mahomes was the first player to win NFL MVP and Super Bowl MVP since 1999.
The NBA trade deadline saw plenty of moves. Kyrie Irving went to Dallas, Kevin Durant went to Phoenix, Russell Westbrook landed in Utah, Mo Bamba went to the Lakers while James Wiseman went to the Pistons. Eric Gordon ended up a Clipper..
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February 5, 2023

There was Hoosier Hysteria as Indiana beat #1 Purdue. There was enthusiasm and energy in Bloomington, a special environment.
There were a number of big college games Saturday. Duke edged North Carolina, Tennessee got past Auburn, Texas beat Kansas State and St. Mary’s beat Gonzaga in overtime.
Tom Brady announced his retirement. He won a record seven Super Bowls and set numerous passing records. Enjoy retirement Tom.
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January 30, 2023

Tennessee had a great win over Texas. I was so impressed with Rick Barnes’ team defense. Kansas got a big win over Kentucky.
Congratulations to the Super Bowl participants Philadelphia and Kansas City.
Novak Djokovic and Aryna Sabalenka won the Australian Open singles titles.
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Quote of the Week

 
 Keep battling and fighting to achieve your goals! - Dick Vitale