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March Madness

  1. tie-ins
    Pizza Hut Unveiled New ‘Pie Top’ Sneakers That Order Pizza and Pause TVThe chain’s Pie Tops II are a noticeable upgrade over the originals.
  2. Northwestern Fan Becomes First Crying Meme of March Madness 2017Another March Madness. Another tearful meme.
  3. sports ball
    Bill Murray Goes Full Proud Papa Rooting for Xavier in NCAA Tournament GameWatch Bill Murray watch sports.
  4. march madness
    Which First-Round NCAA Games Should You Watch This Week?If the tournament is sports’ version of prestige TV, think of these as the Battle of the Blackwater.
  5. Why the NCAA Tournament Is Great TVLike the current TV landscape, the first rounds of March Madness are overwhelming and full of twist endings.
  6. Adios, Productivity: Here’s the TV Schedule for the NCAA Tourney’s First RoundYour bracket will never be as perfect as it is on Thursday at noon.
  7. How to Watch Every NCAA Tournament Game (Not That You Care, Since You Have Work)It’s a full March Madness schedule, with details on how to stream each matchup.
  8. i'll cry if i want to
    This Cheerleader Is Both Inspiring and SadHey girl, it’s okay to cry.
  9. march madness
    This Is the Face of a Woman Afflicted With March MadnessMarch Madness affects everybody differently. If you think you’ve also had an allergic reaction to March Madness, please talk to your doctor immediately.
  10. roll clip!
    Bill Murray Did Not Appreciate Wisconsin’s WinIntroducing Stunned Bill Murray. :(
  11. ESPN Robs 6th Grader of His Rightful NCAA Bracket GloryI think it was kind of all skill,” says 12-year-old of his bracket, which was better than yours.
  12. Who Will Win the 2015 Name of the Year Award?The loves and adventures of March Madness’s most joyful bracket.
  13. Mitch McConnell Lost March Madness, MiserablyThe Kentucky senator’s ad failed multiple times.
  14. Catching Up With the Players From the 1964 NCAA Championship GameMarch Madness memories.
  15. March Madness GIF-cap: Highs and Lows From Sunday’s GamesIncluding Baylor demolishing Creighton.
  16. Miss Friday’s March Madness? Here’s a GIF-capThat guy who picked Mercer is feeling pretty good.
  17. March Madness GIF-cap: Highs and Lows from Thursday’s GamesFrom North Dakota State’s upset to Aaron Craft’s final shot.
  18. CBS: White Basketball Player Is Basically JesusAaron Craft lost for our sins.
  19. What White People Don’t See When They Watch BasketballPolitical observations from my devoted fandom.
  20. How to Sound Smart About March MadnessA guide for fans who only pay attention to college basketball for the next three weeks.
  21. The 10 March Madness Story Lines Worth Knowing AboutFrom the scrappy Cinderella stories to the crazy trashtalkers.
  22. male gaze
    Male Gaze: Paul McCoy’s Toned, Tattooed ArmsMarch Madness starts today and the only reason to care is right here.
  23. Leftovers
    Easter Dinner at Lincoln; Miracle Berry CocktailsPlus: Crown launches a bar menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  24. 2 Fast 2 Furious: David Cameron Likes BasketballObama took British PM David Cameron to an NCAA game.
  25. Mitt Romney Not Sufficiently Prepared for March MadnessI’m not plugged in well enough this year to do that.”
  26. Obama’s Choice: NCAA Pool or Reelection?March Madness begins!
  27. Obama Tries to Pretend His Bracket SucksIn reality, it’s still pretty good.
  28. Obama, Reagan, and Presidential Work EthicWhy Reagan wasn’t too concerned when an assassin put him out of commission.
  29. clickables
    Watch a Short Lego History of Great March Madness MomentsToy sports break!
  30. How President Obama’s March Madness Bracket Helped JapanIt might sound like a bad idea, but a few minutes of goofing off probably did some good for the Japanese.
  31. Mediavore
    Yelp Lawsuit Grows; Food Truck Operation Offers ChallengesNine more businesses join a legal battle against a restaurant review site and mobile caterers complain about their jobs.
  32. Mediavore
    Brasserie Cognac Chef Rearranges Furniture; Vegans Protest Dunkin’ DonutsPlus: March Madness benefits restaurants, and a Dunkin’ Donuts protest, all in our morning news roundup.
  33. President Obama Not Immune to March MadnessHis picks are classified information.
  34. Bailouts, Bankers, Brackets, and Bo: Obama’s First 100 DaysLet’s relive all of the memorable moments we’ve already forgotten.
  35. Beef
    Meat Madness: The New Food Meme?Did an ESPN blogger poach a fellow carnivore’s idea of pitting meat cuts against each other?
  36. Obama’s Bracket Picks Hurt Duke Coach’s FeelingsObama should be fixing the economy, not filling out clearly inaccurate March Madness brackets.
  37. TV Land
    Does a Canadian Expat Bar Like the One on HIMYM Actually Exist?’How I Met Your Mother’ episode aside, is there actually something like the Hoser Hut in NYC?
  38. gossipmonger
    Bethenny Frankel Gets InkedThe Real Housewives star gets a book deal, Lindsay Lohan has a sex picture, Keith Olbermann may be a nepotist, and more in our daily roundup of what’s in New York’s best gossip columns.
  39. A Look Back at the Other March MadnessWith the end of March, and, tonight, the end of its best-known Madness, we thought we’d let you in on a secret: There’s a different March Madness, and it took place last month on a different set of hardwood courts. It’s the College Squash Association Individual National Championships, which were held at the University of Pennsylvania’s Ringe Squash Center, and they were — you may be surprised to hear — as exciting to watch North Carolina State’s legendary comeback against Houston in the 1983 NCAA finals, just a little more understated.
  40. New York’s Greatest Tourney Tradition Is DeadThe NCAA announced its tournament brackets yesterday, and now, finally, March is duly heading into Madness. To commemorate the occasion, we asked Will Leitch — the editor of Deadspin and, we hereby proclaim, Daily Intel’s senior bracketologist — to share with us his tale of a New York tournament tradition now, sadly, lost to history: A week ago, one of those only–in–New York traditions bit the dust; the famous “Jody’s Pool,” based out of Staten Island watering hole Jody’s, will be discontinued this year. The pool was notorious for its massive pots; last year’s grand prize was $1.5 million, making it the biggest pool in the country. The problem is, when you have a pool that’s worth that much, people tend to notice. First, the press; then, the IRS. And with three words from grizzled owner Jody Haggerty — “Definitely no pool” — it was over.