Sunday, April 3, 2016


I'm getting a little tired of going down this same road again and again.
In January, it was Clemson crushing OU in the Orange Bowl in the football version of the Final Four.
Now, it is Villanova putting the stomp on the Sooners in the basketball version of the Final Four.
Maybe someday, some OU coach will figure out what "defense" is~?

from NCAA(dot)com, this:

Villanova 95, Oklahoma 51

Villanova made history with an incredible, blowout victory over Oklahoma. The Wildcats built a lead late in the first half and destroyed the Sooners in the second half to reach the national championship game for the first time since 1985.
Player of the game
Wildcats wing Josh Hart was practically unstoppable en route to 23 points on 10 of 12 shooting. He attacked the rim, made jumpers and spearheaded both of Villanova’s big runs.
Key stats

The 44-point win is the biggest margin of victory in Final Four history.
The Wildcats threw multiple defenders at Sooners star guard Buddy Hield and held him to just 9 points on 4 of 12 shooting; he scored just 2 points in the second half and didn’t make a field goal for the final 19-plus minutes of the game.

Oh, well, at least Baseball Season opens today with my St. Louis Cardinals visiting the Pirates on Opening Day.  They won't do me wrong.... WAIT::::

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