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The 10 is Kaimin Sports' weekly rundown of any of the stories and headlines you may have missed in the last week in sports and pop culture.

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The 10 is Kaimin Sports's weekly rundown of any of the stories and headlines you may have missed in the last week in sports and pop culture.

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Editor’s note: The Kaimin is bringing back 10 things, a weekly sports and pop culture blog looking at the 10 best things that happened that week. Nick Puckett kicks us off with a 10 things, Winter Break edition.

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The madness of the round of 64 starts today, and the Kaimn staff has got you covered. From upsets to who will win it all to the tourney’s best mascot, here are some picks to consider this tournament season.

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Often overshadowed by the hype of the NCAA national tournament, the real madness in March happens during conference tournament weekend.

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After living through the newly crowned New England Patriots celebration and hangovers (in Gronk’s case especially) as champions, one might ask where the Super Bowl win stacks up in the incredible list of current champions’ performances in their respective championship games.

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After a weekend featuring a couple of shellackings in the over-hyped NFL Championship rounds, we are primed for a collision between perhaps the most dominate offense in NFL history and the best playoff quarterback of all time, Tom Brady.

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Welcome to Tato's Tuesday Take, or #TTT. After football wraps up every Monday night, sports reporter Taylor Featherman will take you through his takeaway from the weekend.

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When Sunday’s AP College Football Top 25 ranking came out, I felt cheated as a fan of college football. Not cheated by the fact Wisconsin got booted from the top 10, or that Oklahoma was exiled to the No. 25 slot after a loss to then-No. 3 Ohio State.

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I didn’t want to do this. I tried to ignore it, act like it didn’t matter. I didn’t want to become another person fawning over a fallen idol. But former Kaiminite (and the most devoted Leicester City fan I know, more on this in the future) Andrew Houghton texted me last night, and I had to d…

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Are you sick of your friends constantly talking about brackets? Do they ramble on and on about which 12-seed could pull off an upset? Are they making jokes about players you don’t understand or references to previous versions of this thing they keep calling, “madness?”