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The last time the University of Virginia Cavaliers danced in the Sweet Sixteen was back in 1995. So Friday night's game against Michigan State is big.
March Madness is underway, which may mean a drop in productivity at workplaces around the country - and technology is facilitating in the process. Smartphone applications and websites are making it easier than ever to follow all the NCAA tournament games.
Shaka Smart isn't amused by people taking shots at the strength of the Atlantic 10 Conference.
March Madness is an exciting time for sports fans. But for others, it can be an absolute nightmare.
March Madness officially gets underway on Tuesday, and businesses are bracing for a drop in productivity and in Internet speeds as employees start watching the games while at work.
Fans who have attended sporting events at American, Georgetown and Howard universities have likely heard Shellie Bowers' voice. It's the one blaring on the speakers, calling the shots, penalties and halftime announcements.
Florida gave the 15th-seeded Spartans no hope of pulling another bracket-shaking upset in the NCAA tournament, taking control of Sunday's game early and coasting to an 84-50 victory.
It seems that No. 1 seed Kentucky is not reveling in its rank, but rather taking offense to a UPS commercial running during the tournament.
It's a March Madness of different kind for those who are less interested in the NCAA and more interested in vodka and martinis.
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