Quote of the day
"We're going to go back and practice, go back and see if we can get better between now and the Final Four. These guys aren't real happy about it, but we are." -- Kentucky coach John Calipari, after beating Michigan to advance to the Final Four
The start of thebaseball season is a very busy time at RotoGuru World Headquarters, as there are a lot of programming processes that have to be tested and reconfigured to work in the new season. It’s going to take at least a week to get the sortable stats and related RotoGuru baseball pages up and running. Aside from that, DailyBaseballData.com should already be reasonably functional – as far as I know.
Market Madness standings were pretty volatile yesterday, with both a #7 (UConn) and #8 (Kentucky) advancing to the Final Four, with their associated bonus points added to the tallies. I haven’t figured out the various possibilities, although my oldest son Jason is in the lead as of now and a threat to repeat as champion this year. And everyone that had the pretourney favorites – Michigan State, Louisville, and the #4 seed basket – took a beating this weekend.
In GuruGolf, longtime Gurupie Tosh1 took the best ball honors (-47), while a pair of teams tied for the top worst ball score of +53. Now we move on to the Shell Houston Open, which is not only the last event before the Masters, but it’s the final event in the opening contest period, the “March to the Masters” contest. Both the best and worst ball contests are still up for grabs – but particularly the best ball, where 10 teams are still within 10 strokes of the lead.