Rambler fans are popping up across the country showing support for the nation’s newest “Cinderella” of the NCAA Tournament. How can you tell if they’re real fans, though? Here’s a guide for a bandwagon fan to appear as though they’ve followed the team for years.
Ladies and gentlemen: Welcome to the Madness. The NCAA Tournament tipped off March 15 and brackets were busted immediately — including mine. The East and Midwest regions look somewhat normal: Two No. 1 seeds, two No. 2 seeds, one No. 3 seed, two No. 5 seeds and one No. 11 seed.
Sister Dolores Jean Schmidt is a saint, literally. All of Loyola’s campus has known this for years, but now with Loyola’s Cinderella run to the Sweet 16, the whole country knows it, too. Plus if you ask her, she’ll say she’s known internationally as well.
The NCAA announced its tournament bracket March 11 and proved, yet again, that high-major schools are the favorites.
Athletes’ opinions on what’s happening in the world matters. I’ve written about this topic before when NFL players were receiving backlash for kneeling during the national anthem, and yet again athletes have been attacked for their views.
With big free agent signings and coaching changes, Cubs fans should be excited for the 2018 season.
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