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Sports Illustrated

Did you know that several prominent sports media members went to Northwestern?
Sports Illustrated
It's exhausting to be around them, with all their inside jokes and references to Evanston eateries, and it's even worse now that the Wildcats have qualified for the NCAA tournament for the first time in their history. The journalistic ethics courses at ...

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The Ringer (blog)

A Vanderbilt Brainfart Made History for the Northwestern Fighting Selina Meyers
The Ringer (blog)
The jokes about a game between two schools for nerds being decided by an incredibly dumb play were quick and merciless. And yes, it was incredibly dumb: At least Chris Webber had a bench yelling “TIMEOUT” at him in 1993 when he called the timeout ...

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The Vanderbilt Hustler

Romeo and Juliet performed in Neely Auditorium
The Vanderbilt Hustler
Juliet's nurse quickly became an audience favorite with her frequent jokes, senseless anecdotes, and grandmotherly nature. Mercutio's innuendos were displayed refreshingly, without reserve. Most hilarious of all, however, was Romeo himself. When Juliet ...

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Rocky Top Talk

SEC in the NCAA Tournament: The Selection Committee Approves
Rocky Top Talk
This is the first time since 2007 the league has had four teams seeded 1-8, and that year things were more top-heavy with defending champion Florida at 1 then Tennessee (5), Vanderbilt (6), and Kentucky (8). You have to go back to the previous year to ...



The Vanderbilt Hustler

Campus dining hires its first female chef
The Vanderbilt Hustler
Now, Madewell is continuing to show the boys how it's done as the first female chef of Vanderbilt's Campus Dining. As the Chef De Cuisine of ... “I had to suffer through a lot of bad jokes and tricks, and they were mean to me. They would throw out my ...



LA PARKER: Even high school stars couldn't bring the crowd to Trenton
The Trentonian
Mike Rice helped guide the Patrick School to Tournament of Champions title on Monday night in Trenton. Rice, who was dismissed as Rutgers' coach amidst scandal, is hopeful for a return to the college ranks. Gregg Slaboda — Trentonian File Photo.



SECcountry.com

The Crock Pot: SEC basketball fever? NCAA Tournament shows conference has something big cooking
SECcountry.com
Vanderbilt, too, had a shot at defeating tourney darling Northwestern and giving the conference another March Madness win. So, that's a 7-2 ... Bruce Pearl is starting to flex his recruiting muscles at Auburn (*insert compliance jokes here*). Ole Miss ...

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Mid-Major Madness

NCAA Tournament 2017: Potential upsets on the slate in Buffalo
Mid-Major Madness
Bucknell was 2-3 during the season against teams that made the NCAA Tournament, highlighted by a win over 9 seed Vanderbilt on Nov 21. 6'7 Junior ... Usually the Ivy League champion is subject to all the “they may be better at math than basketball” jokes.

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New York Post

Vanderbilt pitcher drowns after cries for help mistaken as joke
New York Post
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Vanderbilt freshman pitcher Donny Everett drowned while fishing in Tennessee a day before the Commodores were to open the NCAA Tournament on Friday. He was 19. The Coffee County Sheriff's Department said in a statement ...
Vanderbilt pitcher, 19, drowns while out fishing the day before playoff game after his cries for help were mistaken ...Daily Mail
Vanderbilt Pitcher Donny Everett Dies in DrowningThe Big Lead
Vanderbilt pitcher Donny Everett dies in drowning accidentThe Tennessean
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Bloomington Pantagraph

Benson: Northwestern's famous parents reflect Madness allure
Bloomington Pantagraph
Watching two proud parents during Northwestern's one-point victory over Vanderbilt in the NCAA Tournament's first round on Thursday showed the true emotion and joy of March Madness. Doug Collins and Julia Louis-Dreyfus were nervous wrecks during the ...

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