Roundup: Holy Family University Basketball Coach Resigns & the Big East Has 11 NCAA Tourney Teams

Mila Kunis … here’s Charlie Sheen’s radio rant from Thursday … and the response from CBS … this sushi lawsuit is hysterical … you mean redneck isn’t a religion? … Ipad 2 will be announced next week … the lost art of pickpocketing … those details seem a bit graphic for a kids book, no? … people are showing up for work on time – how novel! … he only got probation for squirting women with semen? … disturbing decision by a Canadian judge: “Rape victim ‘inviting,’ so no jail” … Holy Family University basketball coach John O’Connor, who we highlighted here Monday before the story went national, has resigned

Coastal Carolina was 24-2 and an NCAA tournament sleeper. It has lost two of three and appears to have run into problems with the NCAA. Way to go, Cliff Ellis. [NYT]

So the Thunder got the “NBA’s Clint Eastwood,” huh? Can’t wait for the NBA playoffs. [Oklahoman]

Marquette won at Connecticut in overtime, and that win, coupled with Cincinnati’s victory Wednesday over Georgetown means 11 Big East should be dancing. [Courant]

Sounds like Jeremy Shockey is headed to the Dolphins. [Herald]

Oregon only had three players invited to the NFL Combine? [WSJ]

Just when you think Arizona is the best team in the West … the Wildcats lose to USC, 65-57. Derrick Williams got cocky early, but finished with just eight points. [LA Times]

John Wall on the Wizards’ woes: “Nobody has heart.” [WP]

“Former Packers vice president Andrew Brandt has been hired by ESPN to serve as a National Football League business analyst.” [JS Online]

Successful high school coach banished due to issues with his ex-wives. [Erie Times-News]

Wonder if any Celtics fans will buy this “I hate Danny Ainge” t-shirt. [Reds Army]

Some more details on the weakness of the 2011 NBA draft. [NBA Draft Insider]

Scott Van Pelt is upset with Maryland fans who only show up for Duke games. [Bog]

Fantasy baseball advice. [via Baseball HQ]

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