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March Madness has begun with college basketball conference championship tourneys all over America this week. The winners will book their berths in the 2013 NCAA tournament and tensions are rising as the race to the Final Four begins in earnest. For hoops fans, Intertops Sportsbook has bonuses, free bets and a $25,000 brackets contest.
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Street Fighter II' Hyper Fighting Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Street Fighter II' Hyper Fighting, a 2D fighter developed and published in 2006 by Capcom for XBox Live Arcade. Fighting games are good, but rarely does one exist for several years without a couple upgrades, tweaks, rebalancings, and other modifications. The longer the process goes, the more and more refined the game, and the more the tourney scene appreciates the effort. Normal human beings, however, might have other issues with tighter input timing... This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Street Fighter II' Hyper Fighting for the XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
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NASA is among several partners supporting the 2012 Zero Robotics Competition that kicks off this Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Mass. (NASA TV will provide live coverage beginning at 1 p.m. EDT.) The Zero Robotics finals are scheduled for next January.
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The U.S. Open begins Thursday. There are plenty of story lines for the tourney set at San Francisco's Olympic Club.
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CJ Hillyer fields questions to former all-pro Barry Sanders in New York before EA runs its Madden-sponsored Pigskin Pro-Am tourney.
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Quick recap of this years tourney leading into this weekends Final Four match ups. UCONN vs. Kentucky and Butler vs. VCU are sure to make it a weekend to remember. Check out the latest from the NCAA tourney with Metacafe Sports
In the last installment of this CBS College Sports Series we see what it took for Jimmer to become one of the most talented NCAA hoops players in the country. He has his BYU Cougars ready to make a deep run in this years tourney!
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March Madness has always been unpredictable, but this year’s selection snubs have made some people madder than ever.
GREG GUMBEL: “Every year this time of year there’s all kinds of hemming and hawing and deservedly so, but perhaps this year there’s going to be a little bit more. Sure, there were some predictable things that happened in the selection process, but there were some things that truly shocked you guys.” CBS Sports
Colorado Buffaloes coach Tad Boyle said he never thought his team would top the snubbed list after his players went 20-13 overall and 8-8 in a competitive Big 12 Conference.
BOYLE: “Shocking and disappointing that we didn’t get in the tournament. I feel bad for our five seniors, the fact that they’ll never have an opportunity to play in this tournament again.”
Other snub teams include Virginia Tech, St. Mary’s, Alabama and Boston College. Va-Tech coach Seth Greenberg said he believes his team got snubbed because the selection committee has a hidden agenda that favors teams from less popular conferences. But a Syracuse blogger says Virginia Tech got snubbed because of its performances against other rejected teams.
“The Hokies certainly had chances to take away any doubt on Selection Sunday, such as winning either of their final two conference games against fellow bubble contenders, Boston College and Clemson. They dropped both of those contests.”
Others are perturbed with the association’s decision to include teams like Virginia Commonwealth and University of Alabama-Birmingham. Analyst Dick Vitale said he was shocked to hear these teams made it into the tournament.
VITALE: “My wife knows diddly about basketball, but if you put her here and said look at Colorado’s résumé, look at UAB, and look at VCU, it’d be an M&Mer, a mismatch, man. It’d be like a beauty contest—Roseanne Barr walking in versus Scarlett Johansson—no shot, none whatsoever.”
Paul Woody, of the Richmond Times-Dispatch in Virginia, said the NCAA was right to give VCU and other mid-majors a chance.
“For once, the selection committee did the right thing and took a deserving third team from the CAA instead of a fifth team from the ACC. If VCU's inclusion kept Virginia Tech out of the NCAA field, that is unfortunate. It is not, however, unfair.”
The NCAA tournament features 68 teams this year—four more than last year.
This week on Trending Topics! Kristen Wiig and Jason Bateman drop in to talk about their new movie Paul, but instead accuse Matt of not having any friends. Donald Trump gets roasted, big kissing news breaks in the twittersphere, and we have our special pet friend attempt to make our NCAA Tourney bracket predictions.