Miley Cyrus … very cool: Scale of the Universe … incredible survival story … “Encyclopedia Britannica to end print editions” … should you treat your bracket like you’re picking stocks? … Jennie Garth is getting a divorce … probably the craziest media story this year – wait for the part about how he died … Jessica Biel looks nice in W Magazine … I love how the Times continues to attack the NCAA – now, they’re getting more voices into the mix … Mississippi & Alabama love Rick Santorum … yearbook advisor allegedly said, “either cut the gay couple or I cut the page” … 28 people, including 22 children, died in a bus crash in Sweden … Lindsay Lohan was allegedly involved in a hit-and-run overnight …
President Obama’s Final Four picks: Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio State.
How college football programs are trying to keep up with social media. [CBS Sports]
The Big 12 and ESPN are going to extend their TV agreement. [SBD]
Jeff Fisher’s first free agent move in St. Louis: Bringing Cortland Finnegan, his former cornerback, over from the Titans. [Post-Dispatch]
Redskins being smart in free agency, Don Banks says. Is this the bat signal to Jason Lisk? [SI]
Dan Hurley appears to be the top target of the Rhode Island Rams. [ProJo]
Mike Neal of the Packers has been suspended four games for using PEDs. Must have been hanging out with Ryan Braun. [JS Online]
This is a new one for me: Jacob Turner’s “dead arm” period. [Detroit News]
This is definitely the year a 16-seed is taking down a 1! Probably! Maybe. [Ken Pom]
Curiously, James Dolan hasn’t been interviewed by the media in five years. [NYT]
High school pitcher returns from torn ACL – suffered playing basketball – and throws a 5-inning no-hitter. [Knox News]
Radio host fired for calling free agent NFL players “monkeys.” [Tampa.com]
Six years, no NCAA trips … and Matt Doherty has been fired at SMU. [AP]
A viewers guide to the NCAA tournament. [SI]
Which teams are traveling farthest in the NCAA tournament? [Eye on College Basketball]
Live TV, baby! [via Thunder Treats]
Darnell Dockett is just a guy trying to get an alligator.
We’re approaching the 1-year anniversary of this (probably fake) video of a reporter crapping her pants during a TV interview.
If you missed Obama’s interview with Clark Kellogg last night, here it is. [via Mike the Hopeful Intern]