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    • New York Post

      Why Wisconsin’s run is just beginning — but so is Kansas’

      Former Xavier, Providence and Virginia coach Pete Gillen, a CBS Sports Network college analyst and NYC Basketball Hall of Famer, shares some of his March Madness thoughts and predictions with The Post. Well, at least my NCAA Championship game pick is still intact, but my boss tells me if I don’t do better this week, I’ll be selling canoe rides on the Schuylkill River in Philly (I lived there for two years when I was an assistant at Villanova, but I never saw a canoe. Kansas over Purdue: Frank Mason III and the speed of Kansas overcome the inside game of big man Caleb Swanigan. Michigan over Oregon: Michigan is on a roll and seems like a team of destiny after escaping unhurt when their plane slid off the runway before winning the Big Ten Tournament.

    • CNN Money

      Warren Buffett bracket challenge has a $100,000 winner -- a factory worker from West Virginia.

      Warren Buffett's NCAA bracket challenge has a winner. A West Virginia factory worker won $100,000 for correctly picking the first 29 games of the basketball tournament's first round, outlasting everyone else who entered the competition for Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) employees. He also picked the winners of the 31st and 32nd games correctly. The 30th game, between Marquette and South Carolina, cost him big time. If he had correctly picked South Carolina to win, he would have pocketed $1 million with a perfect first-round bracket. But at least he didn't have to split the pot like last year's two winners. Berkshire Hathaway didn't release the employee's name in its statement announcing the win. The

    • Simeon Carter to Transfer from Iowa State
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      Simeon Carter to Transfer from Iowa State

      Iowa State released a statement this afternoon indicating Simeon Carter’s desire to transfer. Coach Steve Prohm met with Simeon after the conclusion of the season, in which the 6’8” sophomore forward expressed his interest in finding a new home. "We wish him the best and will assist him in any way we can as he looks for a new school." - Iowa State Head Coach Steve Prohm Carter didn’t see too many minutes in his two years with the Cyclones, averaging just 2.3 minutes per contest in six games this past season. Carter was part of Steve Prohm’s first class after arriving to Iowa State that was pieced together in a rush after Fred Hoiberg’s departure. He had originally committed to SMU, but headed