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      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

    • USA Today5 hours ago

      Nigel Hayes' loudest statement: Getting Badgers to Sweet 16

      MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Nigel Hayes didn't have to say a word to make his loudest statement in the NCAA Tournament. The verbose forward's reverse layup with 12 seconds left to help beat top overall seed Villanova sent a resounding message to any doubters. The Badgers are back in the Sweet 16 again. "We tried to make sure the caravans of fans (were) full to capacity before we started the tournament. I'm sure there are a lot of people who are trying to jump on now after the two wins we've had," Hayes said this week when asked how the victory over Villanova changed perceptions about the team. "So we just have to make sure ... stick to what got us to this point." Hayes would know. The decorated senior