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Today's episode of BR5 gets you up-to-date on everything from Tiger's dining habits to an NHL All-Star's NCAA tournament bracket.
March Madness is filled with plenty of colorful personalities both on and off the court.One player who seems to be driving his own coach crazy is Russ Smith of the Louisville Cardinals. Smith managed to miss a dunk, get benched for mouthing off and lead the team in scoring, all in the same game.
More excerpts of Tiger Woods' former swing coach Hank Haney’s book, “The Big Miss,” are everywhere in anticipation of its release this spring. Such excerpts include a classmate of Tiger's calling him "Urkel" and Woods' unusual dining habits.
Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Domonic Brown fell victim to his own rest. Brown was scratched from Friday's game because of a neck injury he sustained while napping on the team bus.
Pau Gasol's future with the Lakers has been in question all year, but after not being traded, he decided to celebrate by singing karaoke. Pau's rendition of The Fray's "How to Save a Life" probably won't be featured on America's Got Talent, but he sure is fun to watch.
Have you ever wondered what a child's bracket would look like? Well, take a look at Washington Capitols’ Alexander Ovechkin's picks. The Washington Post got a hold of the Ovechkin's tourney bracket, which resembles a third grader's homework.