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Denying The Madness Of March

This weekend, Ohio State beat Syracuse and Louisville stunned the Florida Gators in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
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Kentucky's 'Not Allowed To Lose' NCAA Tournament

With a win Friday night against Indiana, the University of Kentucky Wildcats moved into the elite 8 of the NCAA basketball tournament. Kentucky has plenty of talent assembled, overseen by coach John Calipari.
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The NFL: From Bounties To Tebow's New Home

From March Madness upsets to the scandal now called "Bountygate" and can a virtuous young man find happiness in the city that never sleeps, but swears a lot? Senior writer for ESPN.com and ESPN Magazine Howard Bryant joins host Scott Simon for a round-up of the latest NFL news and more.
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IndyCar Tries To Start Fresh After Racing Death

Ahead of the IndyCar season opener in Florida, Audie Cornish talks with ESPN senior writer Ryan McGee about the changes that have — and haven't — been implemented since the crash-related death of driver Dan Wheldon at last year's season finale at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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Teams Edge Closer To Finals In NCAA Tournament

The NCAA basketball tournament continues to weed out teams on the way to the final four for the men, and elite eight for the women. Robert Siegel gets the scoop from sportswriter Stefan Fatsis.
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At 100, Cuban All-Star To Get A Pension At Last

The oldest living former major league baseball player lives in Cuba. Conrado "Connie" Marrero pitched for the Washington Senators in the 1950s. Now blind and unable to walk, Marrero still remembers striking out Joe DiMaggio. And the former pitcher is finally getting a pension.

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