For the first time this season, the Giants and Dodgers start a three-game series Monday night in Los Angeles.
The Dodgers-Giants rivalry is probably one of the most heated in baseball. It’s a rivalry that has had fights for the division title on the last week of the season to physical fights on (Juan Marichal attacking John Roseboro with a bat to Giants fan Bryan Stow getting jumped by Dodger fans).
Well, here we are, everyone’s favorite time of year – March Madness. The vibe is buzzing in the small towns and for the first-ever tournament berths or schools that have ended NCAA droughts. Will top-seeded Duke’s freshman trio crack under pressure against an underrated opponent? That’s just one of many questions are about to be answered throughout the next three weeks.
Three of the four No. 1 seeds are from the Atlantic Coast Conference, showing how deep the ACC is this season. If if you’re like me and your team didn’t make it to the tournament from the ACC (Miami) don’t feel bad – you were the worst of the best.
Expecting the unexpected makes the NCAA Tournament three weeks of Madness. Here are some upsets to look out for.
The Miami Dolphins are hitting the rebuild button and trying to find success in any way possible, but the big question this offseason is what the Dolphins want to do in the draft. Well I’m going to dig deep down into this sticky situation and solve the problem for the Miami Dolphins organization.