With the country coming to a virtual standstill due to the men's NCAA College basketball tournament, the Madness of March, there's another tournament that draws far less television viewers, yet uses the same format.
A Fox News anchor named Heather Childers was talking about the NCAA championship yesterday morning. And accidentally said "N-Double-A-C-P" instead...which is the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Which is AMAZING. Because "Saturday Night Live" did the SAME thing in a Fox News parody this weekend.
The NCAA's (National Collegiate Athletic Association) March Madness (men’s college basketball tournament) is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The NCAA is a non-profit organization that is raking in the cash, $10.8 billion to be exact. However, America's Business' will loose over $134 Million dollars because of the March Madness Tournament. The loss is due to loss of worker productivity in the fir
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But the non-BCS games
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DISCOVER ORANGE BOWL: #23 West Virginia (9-3) vs. #15 Clemson (10-3)
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