College Basketball: NCAA tournament action continues this afternoon and evening.
Games of note include Ole Miss meeting Wisconsin in West Region play in Kansas City, with top seed Indiana meeting James Madison in the East Region in Dayton at 3:10 pm, third seed Florida meeting Northwestern State in South Region action at around 7:30 this evening in Austin, TX and Western Kentucky meeting top seed Kansas in South Region play in Kansas City, with coverage of the game at around 8:50 on News/Talk WHOP.
Other games will air beginning at 5:06 this afternoon also on News/Talk WHOP.
President Obama has picked his bracket for the Women’s NCAA tournament which begins tomorrow. The president has Baylor defeating Notre Dame in the national championship game, with California and Connecticut the other teams in the Final Four to be played in New Orleans.
Obama has Tennessee and Kentucky among his selections for the Elite Eight.
Tennessee begins play tomorrow against Oral Roberts in Knoxville, with Vanderbilt opening play against St. Joseph’s. Kentucky begins play Sunday meeting Navy, with pre game coverage at 10:45 am on Lite 98.7.
College Football: Kentucky is having its third practice of the spring today, with players putting on shoulder pads for the first time. Coach Mark Stoops said on Twitter this morning that the Wildcats are getting lots done in practice, without lots of standing around. The Wildcats play their spring game April 13th in Lexington.
NFL: ESPN reports the Baltimore Ravens have expressed an interest for the services of free agent defensive end Elvis Dumervil, released last Friday due to a fax snafu by the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos have made Dumervil an offer to return and he has agreed to take a salary reduction.