Muamba, who plays for Bolton in the English Premier League, was "in effect, dead" for 78 minutes after suffering a heart attack, his doctor says. But doctors kept working. Multiple defibrillator shocks got his heart beating on its own again.
David Greene speaks with USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan about the NCAA women's basketball tournament, which is down to the Sweet Sixteen. One of the stars of the sport is Brittney Griner of Baylor University.
The NFL came down like a ton of bricks on the New Orleans Saints, suspending head coach Sean Payton for the entire 2012 season over payments to players for injuring opponents. Also reported Thursday, quarterback phenom Tim Tebow is headed to the New York Jets from Denver, where Peyton Manning is taking his place.
New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin went from bench-warmer to basketball superstar in the space of a few months, and global brands are trying to capitalize on the excitement. Coca-Cola now plans to use Lin's popularity to connect with Chinese consumers. Ilya Marritz of WNYC reports.
The only area team still in the midst of March Madness is the ladies of University of Maryland. Washington Post sports columnist Gene Wang talks about their chances against the defending champs on Sunday.
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