Saturday, March 31, 2012

03/31 (Final Four, For Real) Quickie

If there's a team that won't have any fear of Kentucky, it's Louisville. Sometimes, fearlessness just ain't enough -- especially when Anthony Davis is anchoring the back line, and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is out in transition, and those two and the rest of UK is focused entirely on winning. (Ohio State-Kansas should be less dramatic, but also more of a toss-up.)

Meanwhile, 49-year-old Jamie Moyer made the Colorado Rockies' starting rotation and will step on the mound next week with the chance to become the oldest player ever to win an MLB game. There isn't a more fascinating story in baseball this season, and if the Rockies are coming to your town and Moyer is scheduled to pitch, I highly recommend you go -- it's possible seeing a 49-year-old pitch (let alone start) will be a once-in-a-lifetime sight.

Some fun stuff on Quickish between this morning and yesterday a.m., so give it a look.

-- D.S.

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