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Best first weekend ever? 15 wildest moments of March Madness – USA Today
Between the upsets, the comebacks, and the buzzer-beating game-winning shots, this was an absolutely insane weekend for fans of college basketball.

Padres Throttle Dodgers, 12-5, on Road – Friar Wire
Going to work early and often, a six-run second inning and 22 hits propelled the Pads to a 12-5 dismantling of their NL West rivals, who did play with a split squad. Along the way, San Diego notched team highs this spring for runs scored in a game, hits in a game, runs scored in an inning (6), and hits in one inning (7) in a game that wasn’t as close as the final score indicated.

Despite delay, Morrow in rotation mix – MLB.com
It’s officially time to throw Brandon Morrow’s name into the mix for one of the Padres’ two available rotation spots, even though the right-hander likely won’t be ready in time to make the Opening Day roster.

Aztecs Hope to Avoid Last Year’s Debacle vs. Washington
The Aztecs know if they play like they did last year when they played at Washington, scoring a season-low 36 points in a losing effort, they will have no chance against a high-powered Huskies offense.

 

Will rift among NFL owners over Los Angeles linger? – USA Today
Some are wondering if the war between owners that eventually led to the St. Louis Rams moving to Inglewood, California to become the Los Angeles Rams has created tension and hurt feelings that could affect future NFL owners’ meetings.

Potential Rule Changes for the 2016 Season – Chargers.com
There are 19 potential rule changes on the docket when the NFL Spring League Meeting kicks off this weekend in Boca Raton, Florida. Check out the proposals on the table that all 32 owners will vote upon.

Dirk Nowitzki joins 3 Hall of Famers as the only 37-year-olds to score 40 points in a game – SB Nation
It’s always cool to see older guys jump into the time-machine from time to time, but it’s extra cool to see it happen when that guy is a goofy 7-foot tall German who has a knack for game-winning shots.

 

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