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  • NCAA Tournament Field Announced – Bracket & TV Schedule
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    Updated live as the field of 65 is announced, this post breaks down the entire bracket for the 2010 NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament, including the TV schedule, announcer lineups, and point spreads for each March Madness game.

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  • Sunderland 1-1 Man City
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    Adam Johnson’s injury-time equaliser salvages a vital point for Manchester City in their bid to finish fourth in the Premier League.

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  • New York Doc Sets Donkey Kong World Record
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    He’s the new king of Kong. Hank Chien’s score, 1,061,700 points racked up in just 2 hours and 35 minutes was verified by Twin Galaxies, the official keepers of DK records since 1981.

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  • How Sony and Microsoft Hope To Crack the Motion Control Market
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    An editorial at Eurogamer delves into what Sony and Microsoft hope to achieve with their upcoming console motion control systems, despite entering the market several years after Nintendo set the standard. “The cards Sony has placed on the table this week suggest one answer to that question. It sees PlayStation Move as being an upgrade path for Wii owners — an invitation to the tens of millions of consumers who have invested in Nintendo’s platform (more…)

  • Paralympic Games open in Vancouver
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    Spectators cheered as the Paralympic cauldron flared to light in Vancouver, marking the start of the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games which get underway here Saturday. More than 500 athletes with disabilities, from 45 countries, are due to compete in alpine skiing, biathlon and cross-country skiing, wheel chair curling and ice sledge hockey.

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  • Former Astronauts Call Obama NASA Plans “Catastrophic”
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    krou writes “Talking to the BBC at a private function held at the Royal Society in London, former astronauts Jim Lovell and Eugene Cernan both spoke out about Obama’s decision to postpone further moon missions. Lovell claimed that ‘it will have catastrophic consequences in our ability to explore space and the spin-offs we get from space technology,’ while Cernan noted he was ‘disappointed’ to have been the last person to land on the moon. Said Cernan: (more…)