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13 March 2007

FanHouse: Tue. AM 'Noah Just Announced' Edition

The scene: From a rooftop in Brooklyn, Joakim Noah announces that he's going pro.

And that gets everyone thinking about the future. MJD comes up with a great post about Michael Beasley, the latest teen phenom to "kill time" under a Bob Huggins program (as opposed to possible growing, maturing) until he can jump into his future in the NBA.

The stats say UNC has the best chance to win three weeks from now, and the trendlines say the Mid-Majors will just keep getting screwed worse and worse in the next few years.

Out across other leagues, our crystal ball has Jake Plummer owing the Bucs millions, and Rutgers football priming their inevitable absolute world domination.

The Lakers are nigh-apocalyptic, declaring that "Jesus Christ could come back and we still wouldn't have a chance."

Before that happens, consider signing up for the FanHouse's NCAA Brackets. Because they are way bloggy.

NCAA Basketball:
Joakim Noah Is NBA-Bound
How '60 Minutes' Affects the NCAA Tournament
Michael Beasley Launches an Assault on the Integrity of College Basketball
Gregg Doyel Will Kill Himself if Vitale Makes Hall of Fame
Pissed About Playing in Dayton
Ohio State, Kansas Have Low Graduation Rates. So What?
Ben Howland Thinks CBS Manipulates the Brackets
Charges Dropped Against USC Recruit O.J. Mayo
Statistical Strategy Says That North Carolina Will Be National Champs
Durant Doesn't Need Another Year in College
Mid-Majors Should Fear the Future Tournament Selections
Going to the NIT Isn't the Worst Thing in the World
What's the Champagne Room?

Barry Bonds and Barry Zito Are Homies
Matt Smith Debunks the Samson Theory in the N.L. East Roundup
Hong-Chih Kuo Tested Positive For Stimulants
Ben Affleck Wants to Help Your Kids Become Red Sox Fans
Gary Matthews to Angels: Oops ... Um ... Sorry
Barry Bonds Lives Up To His Reputation
Karma Is No Fan Of Bobby Jenks
Daniel Cabrera Got Absolutely Huge in Just 18 Months
Why The Athletics Are Worth Watching in 2007
Why the Angels Are Worth Watching in 2007
Why The Mariners Are Worth Watching In 2007

NCAA Football:
Cincinnati Suspends Mystery Player
Spring Practice Questions: Boston College Eagles
Spring Practice Questions: Rutgers
Good God, Miami Used To Be Terrifying
Spring Practice Questions: Tennessee Volunteers

Jake Plummer Could Owe Buccaneers $7 Million
Cardinals Fire Their Solicitor of Prostitutes
Shaun Alexander Was the 24-Year-Old Virgin
Lance Briggs Escalates the Conflict
Tony Dungy Walks Freely into a Political Firestorm
Ted Ginn Still Can't Run, Drops in NFL Draft
Vikings Sign Visanthe Shiancoe, Become NFL Laughinstocks
Don't Expect Any Miracles in New Orleans
Falcons to Get Fatter Up Front

College Eye for the NBA Guy: West Regional, Part I
College Eye for the NBA Guy: West Regional, Part II
Jackson: Jesus Can't Save Lakers
Although Jesus Can't Save the Lakers, a Point Guard and a Healthy Roster Probably Could
Cavs Millionaires Still Buy Lottery Tickets
Cuban Almost Sold Mavs This Summer
Kirk Hinrich Is Just a Fan, Not a Leader
Isiah Thomas Will Keep Coaching
NBA Reportedly Investigating Another Kobe Elbow
For Cavs, Honor is Thicker Than Chalupas
Amaechi's Endorsement Deal Changes America Forever