Friday, March 28, 2008

Commodore Banter (3/28)

Tom Byrne maintains his position at the top of The Sports VU Facebook Tournament Bracket despite picking Tennessee over Louisville.

Brett Hait has a must-read about Brian Harris, the Vandy third baseman who has used baseball to help cope with the loss of his mother. Stories like this make you realize how insignificant winning is.

Tennessee lost to Louisville as it couldn't avoid getting in foul trouble, writes Bryan Mullen.

For Louisville, the game plan rested on stopping Chris Lofton, who finished just 2-11 from the 3- point line, writes Chris Low.

One Vols fan reflects on the season and feels decidedly optimistic about the Vols chances in the suddenly hoops-rich state.

Maurice Patton previews the tailback position, which is loaded with depth if not experience.

There's word in this piece that Marcus Buggs put on a show for NFL scouts at his workout.

The women's basketball team will travel 2,175 miles to take on Maryland Saturday night in the Sweet 16 in Spokane, Wash. The game is on ESPN (8 p.m. CT) and there will be a viewing party at the Student Rec Center with free food and prizes, sponsored by Vandy Fanatics.

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