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CeeJay

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NCAA tournament Bubble Watch: Welcome to the bubble, Duke

Thanks to a one-point win at home over Virginia, the Duke Blue Devils can now be found here at Bubble Watch. This is going to take some getting used to. In the storied annals of Bubble Watch, you haven't often seen Mike Krzyzewski's team here. Perhaps very early in the tournament discussion, sure. But then "Should be in" teams become locks as we get closer to Selection Sunday and, invariably, Duke is nowhere to be seen around these parts. In fact, the Blue Devils haven't been seeded lower than the No. 4 line in an NCAA tournament since 2007.

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Unbeaten Gonzaga Bulldogs, Baylor Bears remain atop AP Top 25
Gonzaga received 60 first-place votes from a media panel. The second-ranked Bears received the other four first-place votes in a week of little change. Michigan, Ohio State and Illinois rounded out the top five for the second straight week.

UConn Huskies still atop AP women's basketball poll; NC State Wolfpack back at No. 2
UConn remained the No. 1 team. NC State returned to the No. 2 spot. Texas A&M climbed to third. Stanford moved up to No. 4 South Carolina fell to fifth after losing to Tennessee.
 

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King Of Bling
Men's College Basketball Standings - 2020-21

Conference Leaders
Atlantic Coast Conference
No.11: Florida State (9 - 2 Conference, 13 - 3 Overall)
Big 12 Conference
No.2: Baylor (9 - 0 Conference, 17 - 0 Overall)
Big East Conference
No.8: Villanova (9 - 2 Conference, 14 - 3 Overall)
Big Ten Conference
No.3: Michigan (11 - 1 Conference, 16 - 1 Overall)
Pac-12 Conference
No.19: USC (13 - 3 Conference, 19 - 4 Overall)
Southeastern Conference
No.6: Alabama (13 - 1 Conference, 18 - 5 Overall
West Coast Conference
No.1: Gonzaga (13 - 0 Conference, 22 - 0 Overall



Women's College Basketball Standings - 2020-21

Conference Leaders
Atlantic Coast Conference
No.6: Louisville (13 - 2 Conference, 20 - 2 Overall)
Big 12 Conference
No.7: Baylor (12 - 1 Conference, 17 - 2 Overall)
Big East Conference
No.1: UConn (15 - 0 Conference, 18 - 1 Overall)
Big Ten Conference
No.8: Maryland (12 - 1 Conference, 16 - 2 Overall)
Pac-12 Conference
No.4: Stanford (18 - 2 Conference, 21 - 2 Overall)
Southeastern Conference
No.5: South Carolina (13 - 1 Conference, 18 - 3 Overall)
West Coast Conference
No.21: Gonzaga (14 - 1 Conference, 19 - 3 Overall)
 

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College Basketball Power Rankings: Big Ten teams heating up, Virginia falling
We've spent most of the season talking about the gap between Gonzaga, Baylor and the rest of the country. Now there's a second tier starting to develop behind the two favorites, a group that includes a trio of Big Ten teams: Michigan, Ohio State and Illinois.

Top-5:
No.1: Baylor (17 - 0)
No.2: Gonzaga (22 - 0)
No.3: Iowa (17 - 6)
No.4: Houston (18 - 3)
No.5: Illinois (16 - 5)
 

jack

The Legendary Troll Kingdom
So which one are you? The liar, the thief or the beggar? bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

Given your fake avatar (which is hilarious as the fake front page of your fake funny book), I'll go with all three?

How's your lousy jealous life, Blackfoot? Guess you fucked everything up here, eh niggyjiggybooboo?
Got to agree. Asshole has been posting non stop since 4 am.

Must think he's "accomplishing" something.
 

CeeJay

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Indianapolis to relax COVID-19 restrictions before Big Ten, NCAA men's tournaments arrive

Indianapolis will relax coronavirus restrictions on the city's bars and restaurants starting next week ahead of the upcoming Big Ten and NCAA men's basketball tournaments. The changes will allow bars to operate at 50% capacity instead of 25% starting Monday, while restaurants will see their indoor restaurant capacity increase from 50% to 75%. Bars, restaurants and music venues will also be able to close two hours later, at 2 a.m., instead of at midnight. Mayor Joe Hogsett says the capacity and time changes were prompted by drops in the city's COVID-19 cases and its coronavirus positivity rate, and not due to the upcoming Big Ten and NCAA men's basketball tournaments.

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Tyson Fury-Anthony Joshua close to agreeing deal for title fight - promoter Warren
BF, WBA and WBO champion Joshua (24-1, 22 KOs), 31, and WBC champion Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs), 32, who has not fought since stopping Deontay Wilder in February 2020, agreed to fight each other in June last year, but no date or venue has been announced yet.

Triller to promote Teofimo Lopez's next title defense against George Kambosos
Lopez (16-0, 12 KOs) became the unified lightweight champion after beating Vasiliy Lomachenko in October 2020 to win the IBF, WBA and WBO belts in the 135-pound division. Kambosos (19-0, 10 KOs) is set to receive $2.1 million in his third fight in the United States. The Australian is coming off a split-decision victory over Lee Selby last October in London.
 

CeeJay

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College Basketball Power Rankings: Michigan jumps Baylor for No. 2 spot

For the first time since the first week of the season, we've made a change in the top two of the Power Rankings. It has been Gonzaga then Baylor all season -- and for most of the season, it looked like there was an enormous gap between the top two and everyone else. But Michigan exited its COVID-19 pause looking as good as it has all season, while Baylor really struggled in its first two games out of its own pause. Despite the momentum building for the Wolverines, Baylor would have remained solidly at No. 2 as long as it didn't lose -- but the Bears suffered their first setback of the season on Saturday night to Kansas, so it was time to officially move Michigan to No. 2.

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CeeJay

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College Basketball Power Rankings: Michigan jumps Baylor for No. 2 spot

For the first time since the first week of the season, we've made a change in the top two of the Power Rankings. It has been Gonzaga then Baylor all season -- and for most of the season, it looked like there was an enormous gap between the top two and everyone else. But Michigan exited its COVID-19 pause looking as good as it has all season, while Baylor really struggled in its first two games out of its own pause. Despite the momentum building for the Wolverines, Baylor would have remained solidly at No. 2 as long as it didn't lose -- but the Bears suffered their first setback of the season on Saturday night to Kansas, so it was time to officially move Michigan to No. 2.

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