|While most long-time observers of the college basketball scene are thrilled that either Jim Boeheim or Roy Williams -- the two little trains that couldn't -- finally has to win that elusive first NCAA title, Page 2's Brian Murphy worries about what will happen to the poor guy who loses. Hey, the ol' Coolermeister is nothing if not sensitive.|
MURPHY: ANOTHER MOMENT IN TIME
THE SPORTS GUY
When sportswriters say war puts sports in perspective, Bill Simmons has one thing to say: It puts everything in perspective.
Just because four players might reach the 500-Homer Club this season doesn't mean it has lost meaning, writes Ralph Wiley.
NOT SO FAST ...
Hold the hype on LeBron James, Michael Jordan tells Page 2's Jim Armstrong: The kid isn't ready to be a star right away.
FINAL FOUR GRADES
The modern era of the Final Four began in '79 with a tilt for the ages. Eric Neel hands out a grade for each of the Final Fours since.
FLYING THE COOP
With all Roy Williams' double talk, no one knows if the Jayhawk will fly away to Chapel Hil, writes Page 2's Jason Whitlock.
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|It's St. Louis Blues defenseman Chris Pronger, left, and Dawson's Creek star James Van Der Beek. Page 2 has received 19 requests for this match. Browse our archives of past pairs or click here to submit a future duo.|
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