The tea party movement remains strong, a Harvard University professor said Thursday at the University of Utah.
The first three rounds of the NCAA Tournament have had a bit of everything. There have been blowouts and huge comebacks. There have been up-and-down affairs and some slugfests where neither team could seemingly find the basket. There have been great coaching performances and as always, some great individual play from some of the brightest young stars in the game today. As the second weekend of the dance rolls around there will be more of the same. Coaches have studied the tape and done all they can to impress upon the players what needs to be done to advance, but it is the players who will decide who moves on.