March Madness is here, and for college basketball fans the NCAA tournament in March and April is the what you wait for all year. For vSAN Fans, we’re having a different kind of tournament. During the next four weeks in March and April, we’re giving those of you who live and breathe vSAN multiple opportunities to win either the vSAN 6.7 U1 Deep Dive eBook or hardcopy … [Read more...] about Book Giveaway – vSAN Fan March Madness is here!
March madness 2019
John Niyo The Detroit News Published 12:02 AM EDT Mar 18, 2019 Chicago — Tom Izzo wasn’t going to let anybody spoil his mood Sunday evening. But not long after Michigan State’s coach stood on a makeshift stage with his team celebrating a Big Ten tournament championship at the United Center — and a third win in as many weeks over in-state … [Read more...] about Spartans’, Wolverines’ March mantra: Nothing will be easy
(CBS Local)– Only five days remain until Selection Sunday and things are starting to heat up in the world of college basketball. Programs like Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky have dominated the headlines this year, but there are several interesting teams to watch heading into March Madness. While teams like Virginia and Gonzaga could make a deep run this month, CBS … [Read more...] about Seth Davis On Zion Williamson, 2019 NCAA Tournament & Players To Watch
L-R: Oyinkan Braithwaite, Diana Evans, Akwaeke Emezi. Oyinkan Braithwaite’s crime thriller My Sister, the Serial Killer, Diana Evans’ exploration of midlife crisis Ordinary People, and Akwaeke Emezi’s autobiographical Freshwater have been longlisted for the 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction. All three are Nigerian, with Evans half-British. This brings the … [Read more...] about Oyinkan Braithwaite, Diana Evans, Akwaeke Emezi Longlisted for the 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction, as the Non-binary Emezi’s Inclusion Sparks Reactions
Bob Wojnowski The Detroit News Published 12:44 AM EST Jan 14, 2019 The numbers keep growing, gaudier and gaudier. The possibilities keep mounting, higher and higher. Michigan is 17-0, the best start in program history, and 31-1 in nearly a year. You can’t ignore the records, although John Beilein wouldn’t mind if you did. The second-ranked Wolverines beat … [Read more...] about No. 2 Wolverines, No. 6 Spartans spreading a state of basketball madness