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Roundup: 2012 NCAA Tournament Bracket, Road Rage in Russia & Will Ferrell Answers Reporter's Phone

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Enter our bracket challenge. This one or this one. Or both!

Houston point guard Kyle Lowry is out 2-4 weeks with a bacterial infection. Goran Dragic will start. [Chronicle]

Sad to see adults fighting over a high school basketball star. [NYT]

Twelve years ago, Shaheen Holloway and Tommy Amaker made an NCAA tourney run at Seton Hall. Now, they’re doing it at Harvard. [Star Ledger]

What’s wrong with Alex Ovechkin? [Wash Post]

After seven years in Tulsa, Doug Wojcik has been fired as head coach. [Tulsa World]

There weren’t enough people at the Pac-12 tournament for the Kiss Cam. [Daily News]

Drexel coach Bruiser Flint knew the Dragons were an NCAA longshot. [Inquirer]

Reminder: Sidney Crosby returns to the NHL Thursday. [Globe & Mail]

What Jon Gruden’s QB camp is like. [LA Times]

Bummer, Washington – no NCAA tournament, and now you’re going to probably lose your two best players to the NBA. [Seattle Times]

Will Ferrell, still funny. [via Adam]

Best dunk I saw at the college level over the weekend. Nasty facial. [via Cosby Sweaters]

Road rage in Russia: Watch what happens around the :38 mark and beyond. [via Adam]

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