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2023.04.02 07:50 ADKRep37 Adirondack Observation – Republicans are Accelerating Their Demographic Collapse

A new poll out of Florida should send chills down the spines of Republicans everywhere. It doesn't suggest the Sunshine State is returning to its politically swingy roots, or that Ron DeSantis has become any more politically radioactive than he already is. Instead, this polls reveals that one in eight Florida seniors who will attend college plan to do so out of state because of DeSantis' education policies.
The rest of the poll is equally disturbing. 91% of students disapprove of DeSantis' education policy. One in twenty current undergrads plan to transfer to out-of-state universities. The majority of those polled who plan to stay in Florida are "concerned or very concerned" that these policies will negatively affect their education.
Florida is a fascinating state, demographically speaking, because it is a boomtown about to go bust. As of 2012, only thirty-six percent of Florida residents were born there. By now, that number has likely collapsed further, perhaps as low as twenty-five. Moreover, Florida is astonishingly old– 47.62% of its population is forty-five or older. In terms of median age, the state is the fifth oldest, with an average age of 42.2 years.
Florida, given its population boom matched only by Texas, should be one of the youngest states in the Union. The reason it isn't is because its growth is being fueled by retirees, and that's a massive problem for the state. They are pricing out longtime residents and first-time homebuyers, driving them to other locations in the Sunshine Belt, including, ironically, California.
Florida is ranked the absolute lowest in terms of affordability, driven in part by the population explosion which has jacked up the prices of housing, insurance, child and healthcare, and general goods and services. This, in concert with a low minimum wage of $11 per hour, makes trying to have a go at Florida hard. One Florida realtor, speaking to Business Insider, said that roughly half of the people who move to Florida will "quickly" back out of the state.
All of this alone creates a toxic stew. Florida is importing the elderly, who are requiring more and more caretakers and do little to stimulate sustainable economic activity, and it's driving out the young, making it unaffordable to have children and establish roots. Now, the state's politics, which cater to the radical conservatives drawn to it by DeSantis' fire and fury, fuck-the-libs policymaking, is accelerating that process.
One needs only look at Japan to see Florida's future. Our beloved friends across the Pacific are desperately trying to stimulate population growth, as their elderly lack caretakers and the culture around work and education is prohibitive to founding families. Japan's economic miracle has gone stagnant, and its population decline is accelerating rapidly.
All of this, before we factor in the inevitability of climate change. Low-lying Florida, whose highest peak is an adorable 345 feet above sea level, is in for a rough few decades. Hurricanes are increasing in frequency and intensity, and sea levels are rising. Between 2005 and 2016, Miami-Dade County saw $500 million in property losses related to rising sea levels. This will only accelerate.
Frequent and powerful hurricanes will batter the Gulf Coast, devastating the Panhandle and Tampa Bay. Even worse, Atlantic hurricanes will fall on the eastern coast of Florida more frequently, striking Miami, Daytona, and Jacksonville. Miami, in particular, is long overdue for a major hurricane, having not seen one since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
Hurricanes, sea level rise, and the potential for record-breaking heatwaves will only drive more people out of the state, by which point its population decline will have only been worsened as the elderly there begin to die off in large numbers. My point to all of this doomsaying on Florida's future demography is rather simple. Republicans are only making it worse for themselves, and it isn't just Florida.
The concept of voting with your feet is often used to derisively refer to the migration of the wealthy and conservative out of blue states to more politically friendly pastures. However, it's increasingly appropriate to say the same thing is happening for young liberals. Abortion bans, anti-LGBT legislation, restrictions on freedom of expression and the right to vote are driving young liberals out of red states.
In demographics, this is referred to as clustering or self-sorting, the idea that people with a common cultural, ethnic, or political identity will group together. This rather lopsided phenomenon is tilting the other way now, and as Millennials and Zoomers show no indication of getting more conservative, Republicans are facing a dangerous possibility– Florida's fate may come for their states.
If young people begin to flee red states in large numbers all across the nation, this political self-sorting will create two Americas, one that is much younger, more diverse, and economically vibrant, and another that is beset by economic stagnation and huge challenges to its basic infrastructure due to an elderly population with not enough workers to replace them and care for them in their old age.
The current Republican Party isn't just out of step, it's driving itself headfirst off of a demographic cliff from which there is no coming back from with its own noxious policies.
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2023.04.02 07:14 alex9834 The Haters Guide to the 2023 NCAA Basketball Championship

This tournament sure was...something. In the 14 years that I have followed the NCAA Tournament I have never seen it get this crazy before. This was a complete 180 from last year's Tournament, where we only had Blue Bloods in the Final Four, and a blue blood champion. This year, it is not the case. We have CHAOS.
Now, let us take a look at the failures, and boy do I have a few words for some teams here...
Arizona Wildcats - For the third year in a row, we have a 15 over 2 upset in the opening round. And Arizona was offered up as this year's sacrifice. To be fair, this isn't as big of an upset compared to other 15-over-2 upsets. Believe it or not, I actually saw this coming. The moment Princeton was announced as the opponent, I knew Arizona was gonna go down early. The Tigers just outplayed them and held strong throughout the entire game. Just like in 1996, when they upset defending national champion UCLA in the first round, the Tigers' next upset would unsurprisingly come against a Pac-12 team. Man, 15-over-2 upsets are becoming a staple in March Madness now...future 2 seeds better watch out...
Virginia Cavaliers - This was yet another upset most saw coming, but my god...I'm still stunned by this. Virginia was even leading for most of the game, but then they just imploded near the end. That turnover...what the hell was that?
I swear, Virginia must have sold it's soul for a National Title back in 2019...
Iowa State Cyclones - I swear, the Cyclones are like destined to bow out early in the tournament. It's as if its required by law for them to fall early no matter how high expectations are for them. It wasn't even a contest, the Panthers just straight up slaughtered them. Iowa State is one of the next contestants for my next Legacy of Failure script. But only IF they meet certain conditions...
At least the Cyclones lost to an 11 seed, and 11 seeds at least have moderate success in the tournament.
At least they're not these sorry sacks:
Purdue's Boiler Explosion - What the fuck. What. The fuck. WHAT. THE. FUCK. WAS. THAT. Don't get me wrong, I knew you weren't going to make the Final Four this year. I knew you were going to choke. But as a #1 SEED IN THE FIRST ROUND?! When you were favored by TWENTY FOUR TO WIN?!! Do you realize what you have just done?! This is quite possibly the greatest failure in the history of college sports! This was your ALL-IN year, and you fall to a double digit seed for the third year in a row? Absolutely unacceptable. Matt Painter is on a SEARING hot seat now.
One word, Purdue: NUKE. Blow it up. You aren't winning with Painter. You aren't winning with this coaching staff. You aren't winning this core, and you aren't winning with these mentally fragile players who can't handle a shred of adversity.
Tick, tick, Painter and Lusk. It's time for a house cleaning in West Lafayette. Fucking Purdue... YOU BLEW IT!!!
Memphis Tigers - Penny Hardaway is getting Memphis on the right track. They won the AAC Tournament title over Houston, securing their second straight appearance in the Big Dance. But unfortunately, the Cinderella bug hit them, and it came in the form of Florida Atlantic, who won their first tournament game in school history. Memphis is still an interesting team nonetheless, and I'm eager to see how far Hardaway can take this team in the future.
Iowa Hawkeyes - Congratulations! Your team STILL can't make it past the first weekend of the tournament! This time you get rekt by Auburn. Fran McCaffrey continues to show that he cannot survive come March Madness despite his regular season successes. Iowa, if I were you I would find a new coach already. Fran is not the man.
Texas A&M Aggies - The Aggies had a solid regular season. They came close to winning the SEC Tournament title but got decimated by Alabama. Is this football or basketball I'm covering here? I'm confused. Anyway, it really seemed as if the Aggies had it in them to go on a reasonable run as they were a 7 seed, but then they went to Des Moines and got blown the fuck out by a team that hadn't won a tournament game in 22 years. The failure is always bigger in Texas...
USC Trojans - Despite losing the other Mobley brother to the draft last offseason, the Trojans still snuck their way into the Big Dance yet again. Unfortunately, Tom Izzo's Spartans killed any hopes they had of a deep run. The Trojans failed to conquer Sparta, and it's time for me to break out this scene from 300 again...
Providence Friars - After making the Sweet 16 last year, the Friars had another good team this season and were ranked for most of the latter half of the season. But unfortunately, Kentucky remembered last year's upset at the hands of Saint Peter's and decided to kill any hopes the Friars had of a deep run.
Baylor Bears - Once again, Baylor fails to make it past the second round. Despite maintaining most of the 2021 National Championship roster the Bears still cannot find it in themselves to get past the first weekend again. It wasn't even a contest, Creighton flat out controlled the tempo for the entire game. 2021 had better not have been a fluke for your guys...
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights - Congrats, FDU! You became the 2nd #16 seed to beat a #1! Your consolation prize is blowing a late lead to Florida Atlantic in round two. Eh, who cares. You still pulled off the upset. The fact that this only happened 5 years after UMBC's stunning upset over Virginia is the most shocking fact about this too. Now, no #1 seed is safe. We are entering a period in the tournament where even the lowest seeds are now potential contenders. It'll be interesting to see how 2024's tournament goes...
Saint Mary's Gaels - Ah, it's that other WCC team. Congrats on winning another tournament game! Your prize is to get absolutely slaughtered by UConn. Great...
Penn State Nittany Lions - Congrats, Penn State! You won your first tournament game in 22 years! Even though you took the Longhorns to the limit, a big run just wasn't in the cards for you this year. Can we grant another tournament win to Penn State and put them in the Sweet 16 instead of Texas? They deserve it a lot more than Purdue...
Pittsburgh Panthers - Congrats, Pitt! You returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 7 years! You even won a tournament game too! Though all good things must come to an end, and you get upended by Xavier.
Indiana Hoosiers - What in the literal fuck was that supposed to be? Weren't you supposed to make a big run this year? This was the best team you've had in almost a decade and you just decided to crumble like that?! Sure, Miami was playing the game of their lives but it still shouldn't have been a 16-point blowout. Well, could be worse I guess. You could be Purdue...
Kentucky Wildcats - Let's start with the good news first: You were not upset in the first round this time. Instead you get eliminated by your old friends from K-State yet again. Which is good because we don't have to deal with more arrogance from the Kentucky fanbase this time. Nobody likes Kentucky anyway, so there was much rejoicing.
Duke Blue Devils - Even with Coach K no longer in the College Basketball world, the Blue Devils still manage to appear in the NCAA Tournament as a reasonably high seed. They managed to end Oral Roberts' foolish ambitions in the first round (I really wanted to make more sex jokes from that...), but then got absolutely BTFOd by Tennessee in the next round. The Evil Empire has been stopped yet again. But they'll be back here again. The Blue Devils never stay down for long...
Marquette Golden Eagles - HOW MANY TIMES DO WE HAVE TO TEACH YOU THIS LESSON, OLD MAN?! Once again, Shaka Smart cannot make it past the first weekend of the tournament. Tom Izzo's Spartans put him in his place yet again. For fuck's sake, it's been a DECADE since Smart's coaching schemes got exposed by John Beilein in 2013. And he still has not gotten the message. Did I ever tell you what the definition of insanity is, Mr. Smart?
Auburn Tigers - Thanks for allowing us to laugh at Iowa again, Auburn. Now enjoy getting slaughtered by Houston in the next round.
Kansas Jayhawks - For the second year in a row, the defending national champion falls in the second round. Kansas appeared as if they would have this game in the bag, as they led by as much as 10 throughout the game. But then the team just imploded. The Razorbacks fought their way back and managed to eke out the win in the final seconds. Cherish that championship, Kansas. It may be the only one you win for a while.
TCU Horned Frogs - It seems like TCU sports are on the rise as of late. Their football team made the College Football Playoff, and their basketball team entered the tournament as a #6 seed! They even won another tournament game! But unfortunately they failed to make us laugh at Gonzaga again, as the Bulldogs narrowly escaped with the win.
Northwestern Wildcats - Welcome back to the tournament again, Northwestern! Even though this is only your second NCAA tournament appearance, you managed to win another tournament game! But a deep run just wasn't in the cards for you this time. Even after giving UCLA all they could handle, it just wasn't enough. I hope the Wildcats are able to make it back here again someday. Chris Collins seems to have something good going at Evanston. Let's see how things go the next few years.
Missouri Tigers - Congrats, Missouri! You won your first tournament game in 13 years! Your reward is to get absolutely blown the fuck out by another set of Tigers...who were seeded 15th. Come on now. Sure, Princeton was playing the game of their lives, but it still shouldn't have been a 15-point blowout. You're one of the contestants for a future Legacy of Failure script, Missouri. Give me something to truly laugh at and it'll be icing on the cake.
Maryland Terrapins - I'm gonna save the Big Bill Hell's rant this time. The Terps seemed to put a decent fight in the first half, but the Crimson Tide decided that was far enough, and put them out of their misery.
Princeton Tigers - Congrats, Princeton! You returned to the Sweet 16 for the first time in 56 years, and are only the fourth 15 seed to reach the Sweet 16! Third one in a row to do so, in fact! But all good things must come to an end, and there was another team looking to end their own demons. Creighton returned to the Elite Eight for the first time since the year Pearl Harbor happened.
Alabama Crimson Tide - The third #1 seed to fall this tournament. The Tide controlled the tempo most of the game, but the Aztecs eventually took the lead and never looked back. Once again, Alabama's dream to be a champion in both football and basketball like Michigan did in 1989 has not come to fruition. Maybe next year?
Tennessee Volunteers - Tennessee manages to return to the Sweet 16. And that's as far as they go. It's time for them to be upset by an inferior team again, and this time it's Florida Atlantic. The only time it appeared as if the Vols controlled the game was in the first half. But then FAU decided they wanted to go further. They took the lead in the second half, even leading by as much as 10 points, but they didn't relinquish it, making their first ever Elite Eight.
Michigan State Spartans - Congratulations! Your team finally made it past the second round! But the Sweet 16 is as far as you go. And they screwed up big time. This was yet another game where MSU's opponent was doing their best to hand the game to them, but they once again couldn't capitalize on their mistakes. K-State was literally handing them the game on a silver platter. They blew multiple leads and were even pushed into overtime. They even let you stay in the game until the final seconds! But then you just had to fuck up and let Markquis Nowell dance on your ashes, even letting him make NCAA history in the process.
Houston Cougars - What the hell was that, Houston? That has got to be arguably the worst performance by a 1 seed in the Sweet 16 in recent memory! This was the best team you've had since the days of Phi Slama Jama, and you go and do THAT?! Jesus Christ, you're pathetic. It wasn't even a contest, Miami barely even had to fucking try! Well, at least you're joining a real conference in the Big 12 next season. Hopefully the opponents from that conference can toughen you up and make you more formidable in next year's tournament.
Xavier Musketeers - Congrats, Xavier! You returned to the Sweet 16 for the first time in six years! Enjoy getting absolutely mauled by the Longhorns.
UCLA Bruins - Now this was a shock to see. This was the absolute inverse of 2006. The Bruins build up a big lead, only for Gonzaga to come back and build a big lead...only for the Bruins to storm right back and go up by 1. Maybe this is a repeat of 2006?
"Strawther for the lead...BULLSEYE!!!!"
And the Bulldogs have finally gotten their proper revenge for 2006, where they lost in the West region after blowing a big lead in the Sweet 16. Adam Morrison laughs, and the rest of the country breaths a sigh of relief as they don't have to see Los Angeles win another championship.
Arkansas Razorbacks - Great job, Arkansas! You managed to knock off the defending national champions! Your prize is to get absolutely steamrolled by UConn in the next 23 points. Great...
Creighton Bluejays - Congrats, Creighton! You returned to the Elite Eight for the first time since WORLD WAR II!! And you're on the verge of becoming the first team from Nebraska to make the Final Four, beating out even the Cornhuskers! Imagine that! But it was not to be. The Bluejays built up a decent lead, and were on the verge of becoming the first #6 seed to make the Final Four since the Fab Five Michigan squad in 1992. But they couldn't hold it, as the Aztecs slowly crawled their way back. The Bluejays didn't really make any big mistakes, they didn't foul all that much, but at the end of the day it wasn't enough. They nearly sent the game into OT, but then...a last second foul call gave the Aztecs new life (Refball? You decide.). They would lose by a point. They were THAT close. But I honestly can't be mad at them. Still a successful season though. Hopefully next year you can get over the hump.
Kansas State Wildcats - I swear to god, K-State has to be the most unlucky team in NCAA Tournament history. This was their NINTH trip to the Elite Eight since their last Final Four berth in 1964 and they fell just short yet again. And like in 2010 and 2018, it was to a Cinderella team. First it was Butler. Then it was Sister Jean's henchmen from Loyola-Chicago. Now, it was FAU. Despite having a strong roster, the Wildcats once again could not end their long Final Four drought. Folks like to talk about Purdue being unlucky, but I think the real bridesmaid here is K-State. Just absolutely brutal. Which is why they're a candidate for my next Legacy of Failure script.
Texas Longhorns - This was very much a Days of our Steelers season for Longhorns basketball. Head coach Chris Beard was axed following an incident where he beat his wife (FUCKING IDIOT), and assistant Rodney Terry had to step in and clean up the mess. Thankfully, it was a good hire. Terry helped guide the Longhorns to their best season in ages, as they returned to the Elite Eight for the first time in 15 years. It appeared as if they were on the verge of returning to the Final Four for the first time in two decades! But then, the team straight up SHAT THE BED. Texas could not get anything going at all near the end of the game, as the Hurricanes came back from 13 points down to make their first Final Four. YOU BLEW IT!!!
Though lets be honest here, the refs were absolute dogshit. Calling blatant offensive fouls as fouls on the player guarding, are you fucking kidding me? Still, the Longhorns did screw up and blow that lead. Blame the refs all you want, but you want to know what would have helped? Not blowing a 13 point lead late in the second half. But at least Rodney Terry has shown that he can coach. Hopefully he can lead this Texas team to new heights in the future.
Gonzaga Bulldogs - pukes uncontrollably Fucking hell, are you kidding me? What the hell were you doing all game long? This was your ALL-IN year. You were the top scoring team in the country. You had the best player in the nation in Drew Timme! And you got absolutely beaten to a pulp by the team that beat you in your first Elite Eight appearance 24 years ago. Sure, UConn was playing the game of their lives, but it still shouldn't have been a near-30 point slaughter. You managed to unleash the Pandora's Box of Locusts known as UConn fans on the College Basketball world. Your Legacy of Failure continues. UConn is still getting the best of you after all these years, eh?
Florida Atlantic Owls - Oh my god, it's going to happen! The Owls are about to make history! They're up by 14! Sure the Aztecs cut that lead down to 1 in the final seconds, not to mention the refs are absolute shit, but the Owls are about to make history and become the first 9 seed to make the National Championship! Let's hear it for FAU!
"They don't have their scorers on the's Butler, with 2 seconds, he's gotta put it up and...-buzzer sounds- HE WINS IT!!! HE WINS IT WITH THE JUMPER!!! A San Diego State Miracle!"
OH MY MERCIFUL GOD!!! Well, this sucks. But it was still a successful season nonetheless. The third 9 seed to ever make the Final Four, and it happened in your second NCAA tournament appearance! Well, you'll be joining a better conference in the AAC next year. Hopefully you can make another big run like this again someday.
Miami Hurricanes - Congrats, Miami! You made your first Final Four in school history! And then the fun stops. UConn comes in to spoil the day. I would rip on Miami here, but nothing went right for them at all this game. Nothing. Missing 14 layups in the second half? Christ, that's brutal. Even though Jim Larrañaga tried his best to get Miami's stars on the right track, they were no match for the Huskies. Whenever Miami tried to strike back, UConn said 'Nope!' and put the Hurricanes on lockdown for the rest of the game. Nonetheless, this was a good run for Miami this year. You'll be back here eventually.
Whew, that was a crazy tournament. Now we're finally down to only two. And only one of these teams will be walking away with a championship.
Let's bring out contestant number one...
Connecticut Huskies
The Huskies have returned to the National Championship for the fifth time in school history, and for the first time in almost a decade. The last time they were here, the Final Four was held in the other major Texas metropolis of Dallas-Ft. Worth, and the Huskies became the first 7 seed in NCAA Tournament history to win a National Championship. Now, they are here for more.
The face of this revived UConn squad has been Jordan Hawkins, a sophomore from Maryland who has been this team's leading scorer in their past two matchups against Arkansas and Gonzaga, and it has been a long road for him. During the season opener he suffered his second concussion in his playing career and had to sit out the first two games, but he has thankfully made a full recovery and is playing better than ever. Joining him has been African sensation Adama Sanogo, a two-time first-team All-Big East award winner. He and Hawkins have been the bread and butter of this UConn squad, as both have been leading the team in scoring in a majority of games this season. Sanogo has also been this team's rebounding machine, as he has led the team in rebounds in all four of their tournament games so far. Rounding out UConn's Big 3 has been Andre Jackson Jr., who has been the Assists leader for this team in 18 games including the NCAA Tournament.
UConn has been the hottest team in this tournament thus far, as they've won each of their first four games by at least 10 points or more. Iona? 14-point win. #5 St. Mary's? 15 point win. #8 Arkansas, who just took down the defending national champs? 23 point win. #3 seed Gonzaga, who had three-time consensus All-American Drew Timme? Doesn't matter to them, they won by 28. #5 Miami? Even though the Hurricanes tried to put up a fight, they were beaten by 13. This Huskies team is absolutely unstoppable. The last two teams who won their first five tournament games by double digits both went on to win the national title - North Carolina in 2009, and Villanova in 2018. And it looks like history is about to repeat itself. UConn is hungry for it's fifth national title.
This #4 seed is playing like a #1 seed, and they are for sure the favorite to win it all. Just like every other time UConn has a solid team in the tournament, it's National Championship or bust.
Prepare for their wrath.
But not if their opponents have anything to say about it...
San Diego State Aztecs
The Aztecs have made it to the National Championship game. Exactly as everyone predicted at the start of the tournament. What this team reminds me of is the drug addict that has had numerous chances to get his shit together but constantly relapsed every time. And it's only through a reflection and a last second intervention that he starts to get clean.
For a while it felt as if San Diego State would never make it here. Former Michigan head coach Steve Fisher and his longtime assistant Brian Dutcher spent YEARS building this team into a contender. And the Aztecs have put up many elite teams over the years, but could only go as far as the Sweet 16 at best.
2011 seemed to be their year. They fell to UConn. In 2014, they were a 4 seed. They fell to Arizona. And after a series of first and second round eliminations, they finally got over the hump and made it to the promised land, though just BARELY.
This run has been far from easy for the Aztecs. They escaped by 7 points against Charleston in the first round. In the second they destroyed Furman, who just upset Virginia. Then came the Sweet 16, their opponent was the overall #1 seed in Alabama. It looked like another early exit for the Aztecs again. But then, a miracle happened. They rallied from 9 points down in the second half against Alabama to take the lead for good and make their first ever Elite Eight. And in their first Elite Eight, Creighton pushed them to the limit. However, they managed to overcome another deficit and escape by the skin of their teeth in the last second (Refball? You decide.). Same case in their first ever Final Four. They trailed by fourteen against Florida Atlantic, and it felt as if that was it. But then, the Aztecs pulled off another miracle to win by 1. That miracle's name? Lamont Butler. This team is the Energizer Bunny of the tournament. They will not die no matter how much stress you put on them.
SDSU's sudden appearance in the National Championship feels less like a "Glad you made it here!" and more of a "FINALLY!!". Considering all of the elite talent and top-tier coaching they've possessed over the years, it's still surprising that it took them this long to get here. But hey, better late than never.
Fuck you, Spanos!
The face of this San Diego State team has been Matt Bradley, a two-time First-team All-Mountain West selection. Alongside him is Ghanaian sensation Nathan Mensah, who is known for his immense wingspan of 7'4 ft, and has led this team in rebounds in two of their four wins this tournament. Other standouts on this Aztecs team include Jaedon LeDee, Micah Parrish, Darion Trammell, and Lamont Butler, who has led the team in Assists this tournament.
Brian Dutcher has built a winner this tournament, but we all know what his ultimate goal is - a National Championship. Though it wouldn't be his first. His first title came with the 1989 Michigan team led by Glen Rice and Rumeal Robinson, where he was an assistant under Coach Fisher. Now he's looking to win one as a head coach.
The Aztecs seek to become the first team from California to win a national title in basketball since 1995. That year, UCLA won their 11th National Title in school history by knocking off the "40 Minutes of Hell" Arkansas squad, a rather formidable opponent on par with this UConn team. And no team from California has done it since.
Will San Diego State be the team to break that drought, and become the fourth team from the Golden State to win a National Title? Will they become the first non-power five conference team to win a National Title since UNLV did it in 1990?
Will the Aztecs become the first team from San Diego to win a championship in either the pros or college, and break the San Diego sports curse?
And so, here it is. The Big East Empire of Doom, versus the Mountain West's only hope!
Time for battle.
Unfortunately, there will be no miracles this time. I think UConn has this one in the bag. They've been destroying their opponents with ease, like North Carolina and Villanova before them. No matter what you throw at them, they'll just push it aside like a cardboard box. Their 28-point win over a stacked Gonzaga team is proof of this. They always seem to have an answer for whatever their opponents throw at them, and therefore the choice is easy.
UConn will steamroll the Aztecs by at least 10 points and cruise to a 5th National Championship, tying with both Duke and Indiana for the fourth most championships.
Have a nice day.
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2023.04.02 05:38 PaulShish2 Live-Blogging Shish on College Basketball: 2023 NCAA MBK National Semifinal Miami (FL) Hurricanes vs. U Conn Huskies

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2023.04.02 05:21 myk_ec SDSU vs UConn for the National Championship - 2023 NCAA Tournament Radial Bracket

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2023.04.02 04:35 __poop_head__ Need help choosing

I am interested in majoring in Biology (completing pre-med credits) and hopefully double majominor in Computer science or mathematics. Plan on pursuing medical research as a career. I need help choosing the right college that has a plethora of undergraduate research opportunities.
My options : 1) Purdue - COA~$48,000 (-$12,000 to $14,000 through on campus employment)
2) Drexel - COA~$54,000 (-$8,000 to $9,000 through on campus employment)
3) Arizona State University - COA~$58,000 (-$13,000 to $14,000 through on campus employment)
4) The University of Arizona - COA~$56,000 (-$13,000 to $14,000 through on campus employment)
5) The University of Southern Mississippi - COA~$15,500 (-$8,000 to $9,000 through on campus employment)
P.S. Cost of attendance is a factor in the selection process, but I also do not want to get an insignificant degree.
Please help me out guys! Thank you!!
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2023.04.02 02:56 Logic_thankin Thankin mock draft 1.0

(These are PFF rankings BTW)I got newfound appreciation for people who do these lmao, cause wow this took forever, & I didn’t even explain my picks like some do. 1. Carolina Panthers- C.J. Stroud - QB - Ohio State 2. Houston Texans - Bryce Young - QB - Alabama 3. Arizona Cardinals - Will Anderson Jr. - ED - Alabama 4. Indianapolis Colts - Will Levis - QB Kentucky - Kentucky 5. Atlanta Falcons(TRADE) - Jalen Carter - DT - Georgia 6. Detroit Lions - Christian Gonzalez - CB - Oregon 7. Las Vegas Raiders - Anthony Richardson - QB - Florida 8. Seattle Seahawks(TRADE)- Tyree Wilson - ED - Texas Tech 9. Chicago Bears - Paris Johnson Jr - OT - Ohio State 10. Philadelphia Eagles - Peter Skoronski- OT/iOL - Northwestern 11. Tennessee Titans - Quentin Johnston - WR - TCU 12. Houston Texans - Calijah Kancey - DL - Pittsburgh 13. New York Jets - Anton Harrison - OT - Oklahoma 14. Pittsburgh Steelers(TRADE)- Devon Witherspoon - CB - Illinois 15. Green Bay Packers - Dalton Kincaid - TE - Utah 16. Washington Commanders - Joey Porter Jr - CB - Penn State 17. New England Patriots - Lukas Van Ness - ED - Iowa 18. Detroit Lions - Bryan Breese - DL - Clemson 19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Michael Mayer - TE - Notre Dame 20. Seattle Seahawks - O’Cyrus Torrence - G - Florida 21. New York Giants(TRADE)- Jaxon Smith-Njigba - WR - Ohio State 22. Baltimore Ravens - Zay Flowers - WR - Boston College 23. Minnesota Vikings - Deonte Banks - CB - Maryland 24. Jacksonville Jaguars - Nolan Smith - ED - Georgia 25. LA Chargers - Jordan Addison - WR - USC 26. Dallas Cowboys - Mazi Smith - DL - Michigan 27. Buffalo Bills - Bijan Robinson - RB - Texas 28. Cincinnati Bengals - Myles Murphy - ED - Clemson 29. New Orlean Saints - Will McDonald IV - ED - Iowa State 30. Philadelphia Eagles - Brian Branch - S - Alabama 31. Kansas City Chiefs - Jalin Hyatt - WR - Tennessee 32. Pittsburgh Steelers - Broderick Jones - T - Georgia 33. Houston Texans - Josh Downs - WR - North Carolina 34. Arizona Cardinals - Emmanuel Forbes - CB - Mississippi State 35. Indianapolis Colts - Dawand Jones - OT - Ohio State 36. LA Rams - Felix Anudike-Uzomah - ED - Kansas State 37. Seattle Seahawks - Nathaniel Dell - WR - Houston 38. Las Vegas Raiders - Cam Smith - CB - South Carolina 39. Carolina Panthers - Michael Wilson - WR - Stanford 40. New Orlean Saints - Steve Avila - G - TCU 41. Tennessee Titans - Joe Tippmann - C - Wisconsin 42. New York Jets - BJ Ojulari - ED - LSU 43. New York Jets - Jack Campbell - LB - Iowa 44. Atlanta Falcons - Adetomiwa Adebawore - ED - Northwestern 45. Green Bay Packers - Antonio Johnson - S - Texas A&M 46. New England Patriots - Matthew Bergeron - OT - Syracuse 47. Washington Commanders - Tanner McKee - QB - Stanford 48. Detroit Lions - Luke Musgrave - TE - Oregon State 49. Pittsburgh Steelers - Daiyan Henley - LB - Washington State 50. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Sydney Brown - S - Illinois 51. Miami Dolphins - Sam LaPorta - TE - Iowa 52. Seattle Seahawks - Tyrique Stevenson - CB - Miami(FL) 53. Chicago Bears - Luke Wypler - C - Ohio State 54. LA Chargers - Garrett Williams - CB - Syracuse 55. Detroit Lions - A.T. Perry - WR - Wake Forest 56. Jacksonville Jaguars - Tre'Vius Hodges-Tomlinson - CB - TCU 57. New York Giants - John Michael Schmitz - C - Minnesota 58. Dallas Cowboys - Jahmyr Gibbs - RB - Alabama 59. Buffalo Bills - Drew Sanders - LB - Arkansas 60. Cincinnati Bengals - Eli Ricks - CB - Alabama 61. Chicago Bears - Tuli Tuipulotu - ED - USC 62. Philadelphia Eagles - Zach Charbonnet - RB - UCLA 63. Kansas City Chiefs - Andre Carter II - ED - Army 64. Chicago Bears - Rashee Rice - WR - SMU 65. Houston Texans - Karl Brooks - ED - Bowling Green 66. Arizona Cardinals - Nick Herbig - ED - Wisconsin 67. Denver Broncos - Julius Brents - CB - Kansas State 68. Denver Broncos - Siaki Ika - DL - Baylor 69. LA Rams - Devon Achane - RB - Texas A&M 70. Las Vegas Raiders - Jammie Robinson - S - Florida State 71. New Orlean Saints - Keeanu Benton - DL - Wisconsin 72. Tennessee Titans - Darnell Washington - TE - Georgia 73. Houston Texans - Jordan Battle - S - Alabama 74. Cleveland Browns - Isaiah Foskey - ED - Notre Dame 75. Atlanta Falcons - Tyler Scott - WR - Cincinnati 76. New England Patriots - Trenton Simpson - LB - Clemson 77. LA Rams - Darnell Wright - OT - Tennessee 78. Green Bay Packers - Parker Washington- WR - Penn State 79. Indianapolis Colts - Clark Phillips III - CB - Utah 80. New England Patriots(PIT) - Hendon Hooker - QB - Tennessee 81. Detroit Lions - DeWayne McBride - RB - UAB 82. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Derick Hall - ED - Auburn 83. Seattle Seahawks - Moro Ojomo - DL - Texas 84. Miami Dolphins - Tank Bigsby - RB - Auburn 85. LA Chargers - Dorian Williams - LB - Tulane 86. Baltimore Ravens - Isaiah McGuire - ED - Missouri 87. Minnesota Vikings - Kayshon Boutte - WR - LSU 88. Jacksonville Jaguars - Tucker Kraft - TE - South Dakota State 89. New York Giants - Keele Ringo - CB - Georgia 90. Dallas Cowboys - DeMarvion Overshown - LB - Texas 91. Buffalo Bills - Darius Rush - CB - South Carolina 92. Cincinnati Bengals - Luke Schoonmaker - TE - Michigan 93. Carolina Panther - Keion White - ED - Georgia Tech 94. Philadelphia Eagles - Cedric Tillman - WR - Tennessee 95. Kansas City Chiefs - Jaylon Jones - CB - Texas A&M 96. Arizona Cardinals - Cody Mauch - OT/OL - North Dakota State 97. Washington Commanders - Kendre Miller - RB - TCU 98. Cleveland Browns - KJ Henry - ED - Clemson 99. San Francisco 49ers - Jaelyn Duncan - OT - Maryland 100. Las Vegas Raiders - Kobie Turner - DL - Wake Forest 101. San Francisco 49ers - Jayden Reed - WR - Michigan State 102. San Francisco 49ers - Christopher Smith - S - Georgia 103. Chicago Bears - Deuce Vaughn - RB - Kansas State 104. Houston Texans - Tyjae Spears - RB - Tulane 105. Arizona Cardinals- Marvin Mims - WR - Oklahoma 106. Indianapolis Colts - Jalen Moreno-Cropper - WR - Fresno State 107. New England Patriots - Byron Young - ED - Tennessee 108. Denver Broncos - Jaquelin Roy - DL - LSU 109. Las Vegas Raiders - Blake Freeland - OT - BYU 110. Seattle Seahawks - Ivan Pace Jr. - LB - Cincinnati 111. Cleveland Browns - JL Skinner - S - Boise State 112. New York Jets - Ronnie Hickman - S - Ohio State 113. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Tucker - RB - Syracuse 114. Carolina Panthers - Yasir Abdullah - ED - Louisville 115. New Orlean Saints - Mike Morris - ED - Michigan 116. Green Bay Packers - Jakorian Bennett - CB - Maryland 117. New England Patriots - Gervon Dexter Sr. - DL - Florida 118. Washington Commanders - Cam Jones - LB - Indiana 119. Minnesota Vikings - Trey Palmer - WR - Nebraska 120. Pittsburgh Steelers - Roschon Johnson - RB - Texas 121. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ji’Ayir Brown - S - Penn State 122. Kansas City Chiefs - Zack Kuntz - TE - Old Dominion 123. Seattle Seahawks - Zach Evans - RB - Mississippi 124. Baltimore Ravens - Bryce Ford-Wheaton - WR - West Virginia 125. LA Chargers - Viliami Fehoko - ED - San Jose State 126. Cleveland Browns - Kyu Blu Kelly - CB - Stanford 127. Jacksonville Jaguars - Tyler Steen - OT - Alabama 128. New York Giants - Jonathan Mingo - WR - Mississippi 129. Dallas Cowboys - Keondre Coburn - DL - Texas 130. Buffalo Bills - Jartavius Matin - CB - Illinois 131. Cincinnati Bengals - Zach Harrison - ED - Ohio State 132. Carolina Panthers - Byron Young - DL - Alabama 133. Chicago Bears - Colby Wooden - ED - Auburn 134. Kansas City Chiefs - Andrew Vorhees - G - USC 135. New England Patriots - Zach Pickens - DL - South Carolina
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2023.04.02 01:30 irishspring4521 [Game Thread] #5 Miami Hurricanes vs. #4 UConn Huskies 8:49 CBS

#5 Miami Hurricanes vs. #4 UConn Huskies

NCAA Tournament Final 4

Go Canes!!

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2023.04.01 21:45 RussianBusStop March 31, 2023, Little Rock, AR. Tornado damage via drone. Aerial video shows extensive damage to Little Rock, Arkansas.

March 31, 2023, Little Rock, AR. Tornado damage via drone. Aerial video shows extensive damage to Little Rock, Arkansas.
By Brett Adair / Live Storms Media
Aerial video shows extensive damage to parts of West Little Rock. The Calais Forest Apartment Complex was heavily damaged. Many homes and businesses were heavily damaged or destroyed. People were already going through the debris trying to salvage what they could.
There were 57 tornado reports across a huge area spanning seven states over the past 24 hours. The number of tornado reports continues to rise as of Saturday morning, as the storm threat is ongoing.
5 people died in Arkansas, three in Indiana, one in Illinois, one in Alabama and one in Mississippi.
At least 50 people across Pulaski County, Arkansas, have been hospitalized, with that number expected to rise.
Four people have been pronounced dead in the northeastern Arkansas city of Wynne, which took a direct hit from a tornado.
Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr. tweeted "Property damage is extensive and we are still responding.” According to Scott, 2,100 residents were impacted in western and southern Little Rock and between 27,000 to 30,000 homes are without power on Saturday. "Many folks have been displaced and looking for a shelter.”
Link to video on youtube
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