5-at-10: Madness upsets and updates, Acuna, NFL Draft dealings, True or false Tuesday, Rushmore of best basketball coaches at their alma mater

Team chaplain Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt greets Loyola-Chicago coach Porter Moser after the team's 63-62 win over Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.


OK, first the results of the March Madness: Last In/First Out Contest. Here are all the entries still in contention, If you think you submitted one with Virginia and either of the 11 seeds please let me know.

5-at-10 - Loyola-Chicago, Virginia

James B - Loyola-Chicago, Virginia

Scott C. - Loyola-Chicago, Virginia

Stacey C. - Loyola-Chicago, Virginia

Tripp G - Syracuse, Virginia

Dean F - Syracuse, Virginia

Mitch M - Syracuse, Virginia

Congrats, and good luck. We will have a tie-breaker as needed for the Final Four, and heck, who knows, we'll likely open that up to everyone too.

Anyhoo, the common theme for the first four days of the NCAA tournament was "upset" and that fits the description of the outcomes and the mood of most everyone who entered a bracket.