Chris discusses his run in with Taylor Swift, President Obama’s appearance on Ellen, and Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s potential lawsuit against the Inquirer. He talks former CBS Reporter Sharyl Attkisson, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, Economist Jim Rickards on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
Dreams of an NCAA tournament Holy War have been dashed, with St. Joes overpowered by UConn in overtime, 89-81. But Villanova’s not done dancing just yet.
The No. 2 Wildcats were led by Darrun Hilliard’s 16 points, on 6-for-11 shooting, and 15 from JayVaughn Pinkston.
Seeded 13th, Delaware found itself up against one of the favorites to win the national championship in fourth-seeded Michigan State.
The loss ended a great season for the Hawks, who finished 21-10 and had their dreams dashed of possibly facing Villanova in the second round on Saturday.
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Chris reviews President Obama’s NCAA Bracket, problems doctors are having with the Affordable Care Act, and Rand Paul’s reception at the University of California. He talks to Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach about voter identification, KYW News Radio’s Ian Bush from the NCAA Tournament and comedian Kyle Kinane.
While the talk back home revolves around a potential Holy War, for Nova alum Gerry, it’s first things first.
The St. Joseph’s women’s basketball team has earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament for a second straight season. The 22-9 Hawks are the #9 seed in the Lincoln region and they will open things up on Sunday when they take on Georgia in Storrs, Connecticut.
For the first time since 2004, the Penn women’s basketball team is getting ready for an NCAA Tournament game.
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Many fans on campus, like Clint, think the team has really come together down the stretch.
Villanova has been one of the nation’s top teams, and this Thursday, the Wildcats plan on showing why in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
It’s plagued them for months. And though the St. Joe’s Hawks are a far different, far better team than they were that chilly December 7 Saturday night, they want another crack at Villanova.
Almost as soon as the brackets were announced Sunday night, students at St. Joe’s and Villanova noticed the possibility of a “holy war” in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.