NCAA Women's BB, Nightly Wrap Up

Nightly Q: Will The Women's Tournament Selection Show Cure My Insomnia?

3/17/08 in NCAA Women's BB   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

Yes, yes it will. Frankly, tonight is horrible, except for one NHL game. By the way, I truly think the Women's NCAA Tournament could be much more exciting, but the problem is upsets are so rare in it. The powerhouse schools dominate almost like UCLA did in the 60s and 70s in men's basketball. That just gets boring as hell. I don't want to see UCONN play Tennessee every year. Nor do the fans, you know, if there were any.

I'd advise against watching any TV tonight and going out and having an unofficial St. Patty's Day beer.

Tennis: Pacific Life Open early rounds in Indian Wells, Calif. (Fox Sports Net, 4 p.m.)

Women's College Basketball: NCAA Tournament Selection Show in Indianapolis (ESPN, 7 p.m.)

NHL: Colorado at Minnesota (Versus, 7 p.m.)

Arena Football: Colorado at Dallas (ESPN2, 8 p.m.)

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3/18/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4219 respect

It's the biggest game of the year for the Avalanche.

I'm surprised there isn't a bigger uproar regarding sexism since office pools for the Women's tournament don't exist.  Maybe it's because women aren't as bloodthirsty of gamblers.  Maybe it's because women's basketball sucks because they dribble and shoot like girls and use the backboard too much.  Maybe it's because when one girl finally grows enough to not have to use the backboard she repulses all that cross her path.  Help me out of this vicious cycle.  No, wait, don't.

That Kenny Mayne/Pat Summit commercial ruelz though.

I guess you could say I have this coaching thing down Pat.

3/17/08   |   Janse

I watched the final two minutes of last year's championship game and the overtime. That was last year right?

Uuhh, Friends is on.

3/17/08   |   Chief_aka_James   |   3307 respect

The one and only season that I can remember ever watching more than a half of the Womens NCAA Tourney was only because it was my home state of Minnesota and how the Golden Gophers made it to the Final Four.

I was suckered into the stories of Lindsay Wahlen (sp?) and then the big center whose mom had breast cancer.

I watched one game and was their loss against UConn and Taurasi...surprise, surprise.