March Madness is coming back to Chinatown.The Verizon Center will host the 2013 NCAA Tournament's East Regional on March 28 and 30, the organization announced on Wednesday.Georgetown University will be the host school. That means whether the Hoyas are top-seed worthy or just beat the bubble to join the field, they cannot be placed in the East Region should they make the tournament. This will mark the sixth time the tournament has been played in the nation's capital since 1998, most recently in 2011 when Connecticut started its national title run and Butler stunned Pittsburgh.The last time the East Regional was held in D.C., George Mason stunned top-seeded Connecticut to reach the Final Four.Previously the NCAA announced Arlington, Texas, Indianapolis and Los Angelesas the othersites for the regional semifinals and finals from March 28-31. The Final Four will be held April 6 and 8 in Atlanta.In 2009, when the committee selected hosts for the 75th tournament, there was a concerted effort to include cities with a rich history to help mark that milestone, said Mark Lewis, the NCAAs executive vice president for championships and alliances. The decision to delay the announcement of the East Regional site was made because the committee wanted to explore several options. In the end, we think celebrating 75 years of one of the countrys favorite sporting events in our nations capital and a great basketball city is fitting.No ticket information is currently available, according to Georgetown's athletic department.
ESPN's College Gameday was in Harrisonburg, Va. on Saturday morning to visit the reigning FCS National Champion and unbeaten James Madison Dukes (5-0) as they faced off against the Villanova Wildcats (4-2).
The special trip to JMU meant a special edition of the Gameday picks, featuring Lee Corso and his mascot headgear selection.
Not only did Corso have headgear to put on, but the set also had a special guest.
Dog Wants Nothing To Do With Lee Corso pic.twitter.com/bIuoNMpFu3— Deadspin (@Deadspin) October 14, 2017
That poor bulldog was terrified of Corso and wanted to do anything but sit on that desk with him in that mascot head.
It was a very good dog and just got scared. Totally understandable. 12/10 would save from falling off the desk.
BOSTON -- Josh Jackson threw for 322 yards and a touchdown and No. 16 Virginia Tech bounced back from a loss to defending national champion Clemson to beat Boston College 23-10 on Saturday night.
Sean Savoy had nine catches for 139 yards and a score after No. 1 receiver Cam Phillips went out with an apparent leg injury in the first quarter. Savoy went 53 yards on a slant pattern to open the scoring midway through the first quarter, and the Hokies (5-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) never trailed.
Travon McMillian ran 17 times for 88 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown that gave Virginia Tech a 17-3 lead midway through the second quarter. With 11 points -- three field goals and two extra points -- Joey Slye became the school's career scoring leader.
Anthony Brown completed 13 of 30 passes for 166 yards for BC (2-4, 0-2). He also caught a touchdown pass on a halfback option from former quarterback Jeff Smith to make it 23-10 with 5:38 left in the game.