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It’s NIT season! It’s mid-March, which means it’s time to get the 2019 NIT started. After the full 32-team field was announced following the larger NCAA Tournament announcement on Selection Sunday, we have a complete picture of who will be competing in the second-most prestigious college basketball tournament. And we have all the information you … Continue reading NIT 2019: Bracket, schedule, and scores

CIT action is underway. The CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament isn’t as storied as say the NCAA Tournament or the NIT, but if you’re in for watching more college hoops, it’s got you covered. The 2019 edition of the CIT features some teams that had pretty decent seasons, even if they were not quiet good enough to … Continue reading CIT 2019: Bracket, schedule, scores, and TV/live stream info

March Madness! All of the postseason tournaments! You can’t swing a stick without hitting a postseason college basketball tournament these days, and that’s a good thing. The College Basketball Invitational, or CBI, begins on Tuesday and featured 16 teams who didn’t make it into or otherwise are not participating in the main NCAA Tournament or … Continue reading CBI 2019: Bracket, schedule, scores, and TV/live stream info

Rule changes, draft hints, and what to do about Robert Kraft. The NFL’s Annual League Meeting is the starting point for the rules that could change the game. Every March, NFL owners and coaches gather to discuss the season that was, the season that will be, and the potential tweaks that can make the game … Continue reading What to expect at the NFL’s annual meeting this week

Bill Belichick actually showed up, Jay Gruden looks like he’s about to throw up, and Andy Reid is still the MVP. The annual spring meeting for the NFL’s owners and coaches gives us rule changes, a few draft hints, and some other NFL minutiae. But most importantly, it gives us an awkward photo of the … Continue reading 6 best things about the 2019 version of the annual NFL coaches photo

The Premiership have confirmed that Orlando Pirates’ top of the table clash against Mamelodi Sundowns has been moved from 27 April to 1 April. Sundowns currently top the PSL standings on 43 points whereas the Sea Robbers are in third, a point behind Bidvest Wits in second.The match will therefore be the first league encounter … Continue reading Sea Robbers versus Brazilians set for April Fools’ Day

Ex-Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Roger de Sa believes Darren Keet can challenge for Itumeleng Khune’s place in future as age is on his side. Keet produced a magnificent performance in Sunday’s 2-1 victory over Libya in an Africa Cup of Nations Group E tie. The result saw Bafana qualify for the AFCON tournament in Egypt during … Continue reading Long in tooth Khune a plus for Darren Keet, says De Sa

Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter has explained he used five at the back to ensure defensive solidity in Sunday’s win over Libya. Bafana defeated the Mediterranean Knights 2-1 in a Africa Cup of Nations Group E qualifier courtesy of a superb brace from Percy Tau.Meanwhile, Ahmad Benali scored for the outfit from North Africa at … Continue reading Baxter explains game-plan used by victorious Bafana Bafana

Scratch this off your to-do list. Florence Yuill, CC BY-ND I asked my neighbor who hoses off his air conditioner condenser every spring why he does it. “Because my dad always told me I had to,” he said. Conventional wisdom like what my neighbor’s dad imparted may always seem right. But through my HVAC scholarship … Continue reading Skip this chore: Cleaning your air conditioner condenser probably won’t make it work better

Law and science seek proof in similar ways, but at very different speeds Chinnapong/Shutterstock A federal jury in California has unanimously decided that the weedkiller Roundup was a “substantial factor” in causing the lymphoma of 70-year-old Edwin Hardeman, who had used Roundup on his property for many years. This is the second such verdict in … Continue reading Does Monsanto’s Roundup cause cancer? The law says yes, the science says maybe