Angel Rodriguez scored ten of his career-high 28 points in the final two minutes of Saturday’s second-round game, leading Miami over 11th seeded Wichita State 65-57. The victory marks the second Hurricanes Sweet 16 berth in four years and third trip i…
In 1941, when Jack Kerouac boarded a bus for New Haven, the Columbia running back never stopped at the Yale Bowl. Shamed for arriving at training camp a day late and subsequently botching Columbia Coach Lou Little’s misdirection plays, Kerouac quit football in early fall. “As if I joined football for ‘deception,’ for God’s sake,” Kerouac wrote.
At tonight’s NBA draft in New York, the hometown team holds the fourth pick. Phil Jackson finds himself in the same position that Red Auerbach occupied 45 years ago—and the former coach with 11 rings wears the same poker face as the former coach with nine rings did so long ago.
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