Don’t celebrate too early

We’ll let the video speak for itself. You’ve never seen anything like it. Courtesy of Bleacher Report

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No school today at Villanova!

Congrats to the Villanova Wildcats for winning the 2016 Men’s NCAA Basketball Championship. And, courtesy of Bleacher Report, we know that the players aren’t the only ones who aren’t going to class today. But come on, who would have gone anyway?

Big man with a big heart

If you want today’s feel-good story, look no further than this article from Bleacher Report about Kentucky basketball player Marcus Lee. As we head into arguably the most enjoyable time in the sports year, the college basketball tournament, it will be hard not to root for Lee in the tournament and in life.

Sports Alphabet Rap

Courtesy of Blackalicious and Bleacher Report. It’s two minutes long, and very cleverly-done.

Blind Pole Vaulter Soars

Hats off to Charlotte Brown who is a high school senior at Emory Rains High School in Texas. Charlotte is legally blind, having lost most of her sight over the past several years. Despite this challenge, Charlotte placed third in pole-vaulting at the Texas state track meet. Charlotte was accompanied on the podium by her guide dog companion. Thanks for the Monday morning inspiration, Charlotte!

We’re rooting for Lorenzo Mauldin

This defensive lineman from Louisville has had a tougher life than most of us can imagine. Read this great article from Bleacher Report about how he has overcome his anger and turned into a model citizen with a college degree who will likely play in the NFL, but will almost definitely become a success and positive influence on others.

What NOT to do with your bracket

On the day after the NCAA Tournament field was announced, you didn’t think we’d bring you anything other than March Madness advice, did you? We’re excited about the tourney. And because you’re a fan of CoachDeck, we’re bringing you a special tip sheet for filling out your bracket. Courtesy of Bleacher Report featured Columnist, Joe Menzer, here are eleven “do’s and don’ts” for picking the field and winning that office pool!