|He wore a toga at Marquette. He attended class at Syracuse. He was invited to a sorority party at Kansas. He ran with the ROTC at Texas. All week, Jim Caple has visited the campuses of the Final Four schools and soaked up student life. So, who's he rooting for now?|
CAPLE: TIME TO SHOW MY TRUE COLORS
TEXAS | KANSAS | 'CUSE | MARQUETTE
Page 2's Tim Keown wants to know: Why do the coaches get praised for calling a timeout when the players do all the work?
Just because four players might reach the 500-Homer Club this season doesn't mean it has lost meaning, writes Ralph Wiley.
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.
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.
How did the Good Doctor survive Kentucky's untimely demise? With the love of a good woman, of course.
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|It's Final Four-bound guard Tasha Butts, left, of the Lady Vols and R&B singer Alicia Keys. Page 2 has received 25 requests for this match. Browse our archives of past pairs or click here to submit a future duo.|
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