Can Anyone Beat UConn? Lincoln?

I believe that the answer to that question is a resounding no.  Oklahoma might have the slimmest of chances … but barring injuries, I don’t see anyone getting in the way of the Huskies’ march toward a national championship.  The battle will be to see who the other three teams are in the Final Four.

NC State picked it up in a game honoring Kay Yow – knocking off Virginia in a sea of pink.  Their match-up, dubbed “Hoops for Hope,” celebrated Yow and cancer survivors everywhere!

Tonight’s Duke-Tennessee game should be interesting.  Like just about any game involving ranked teams other than UConn, either team could win on any given night.  My money is on Tennessee … just because.

Other news?  I am starving, so this will be brief.  How’s that?

According to a story on the Huffington Post, Lincoln has been ranked by historians as our best president.   The worst?  Not Bush.  How can that be?  “Rated worst overall were James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce, William Henry Harrison and Warren G. Harding.”  And Papa Bush ranked higher than Jimmy Carter.  Not that I’m biased or anything, but that strikes me as plain ridiculous.  Here’s a compendium of rankings from Wikipedia.

The Boston Herald had an article on the Breakers this morning … nothing really new, but good to see the press.  Get your tickets now – it’s gonna be great!

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