Daily Noontime – March 17, 2011

Top of the morning to everyone and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We’re all Irish today, so enjoy and if you find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, make sure to bring it our way! In the meantime, here is your Daily Noontime for March 17, 2011.

Headlines:

* President Barack Obama has indeed filled out yet another March Madness bracket, but this year, he is picking Kansas to win the entire tournament. Should we consider him correct?

* It is rather unlikely that a high school basketball team across the country would win a game against a college basketball team, but according to a report, here are 10 teams that could at least win the opening round game.

* The NFL may have other issues currently, but one of the major things that needs to be corrected is the safety of the game.

* Sure, Randy Moss may or may not want to be a Patriot, but he certainly sounds like he wants to play with Tom Brady again.

* It seemed as if the Washington Capitals were going to reach a winning streak of 10-games, but sadly, their winning streak ended on Wednesday against the Detroit Red Wings.

* It is possible that the NBA may see another team with the name, “Royals,” again. If the Sacramento Kings move to Anaheim, they’d be the Royals.

* Apparently Chad Ochocinco is trying out with the Kansas City MLS team, which he is allowed to do, especially since there is no NFL CBA.

Games to Watch:

* Philadelphia at Atlanta (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Memphis at New York (NBA) – 7:30pm eastern

* Chicago at Dallas (NHL) – 8:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

It’s that time again… MARCH MADNESS!


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