Saturday, March 15, 2008

Commodore Banter (3/15)

Though Saturday's loss seems like a doom's day to whichever seed the Dores will earn in the NCAA tourney, the team still remains a top 10 RPI team, writes Brett Hait.

A Purdue sports blog lists Kevin Stallings as a National Coach of the Year candidate.

Vanderbilt needed every one of Ryan Flaherty's hits (5) to prove victorious on friday night over a scrappy South Carolina squad.

Amid reports that the NCAA tourney could cost the economy $1.7 billion, one firm has taken steps to re-align incentives to take advantage of the lost time its employees presumably would be following the tourney instead of working, as Chas Sisk writes.

This really has nothing to do with Commodore sports either, but the ending of the Indiana-Minnesota game is worth watching if you haven't already. Simply Unbelievable.

Not too many good links about the Dores today. Check back later.


David Shochat said...

Just FYI, Blake Hoffarber, the Minny player who scored the game winning basket, was heavily recruited by Vandy and was offered, but he choose Minny over Vandy obviously.

Anonymous said...

That highlight is absurd.