The Starting Five Sweet Sixteen Preview

Posted in Blogroll on March 26th, 2009 by Jerold Wells Jr.

Jerold Wells Jr. gives us a TSF Sweet Sixteen look.

The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament bestowed on us all of the drama that we’ve come to expect this time of year. Upset after upset showed us why we tune in to enjoy March Madness. In staying with the theme of the first week, here are some Sweet Sixteen matches that you do not want to miss.

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Thursday Morning Starting Five: March 26, 2009

Posted in Blogroll on March 26th, 2009 by Michael Tillery

“In discussing the history of a people one must distinguish between what has actually happened and what those who have written the history have said has happened. So far as the actual history of the American Negro is concerned, there is nothing particularly new about it. It is an exciting story, a remarkable story. It is the story of slavery and freedom, humanity and inhumanity, democracy and its denial. It is tragedy and triumph, suffering and compassion, sadness and joy.” John Hope Franklin “The New Negro History,” Crisis
February 1977

John Hope Franklin dies. Big loss. Huge. Did you know him? I love this man. (Duke)

UConn could be in a bit of trouble and James Beale tells you why. (The Sports Complex)

This is just sad. Don’t cops have something better to do? (Dallas News)

The Steelers are the shit. Congratulations John Stallworth. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

A bill against saggin’? I can’t stand it more than most, but a bill is just too much for the obvious reasons. (Commercial Appeal)

These clowns are getting outta hand. Take off the pink socks and flip flops and realize why you were trounced this past election and modify your party ideals. We are in the worse of economic times because YOUR party decided to invade the wrong country for your own personal gain. Tito get them some tissues. (NY Daily News)