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College Crosse Prospectus - May 10, 2017: Monmouth vs. Bryant Play-In Game.

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation!! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here are your links for May 9, 2017.

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Our Game Day preview and how to watch post for the Monmouth vs. Bryant game is up!

Ryan’s been killing it with these graphics.

Paul Carcaterra joins Big Board Sports to chop it up about the Great Danes vs. North Carolina.

Our man Edward Lee from the Baltimore Sun with two great posts yesterday. The first is on the Terps focusing on the winner of today’s Monmouth vs. Bryant game instead of their possible quarterfinal game versus the winner of UNC & Albany. The other post is on how Towson wants to use their NCAA Tournament experience from the last two years to their advantage versus a Penn State squad that hasn’t been to the The Big BBQ since 2013.

Great hype video for the the 100th meeting between Boys Latin vs. St. Paul's School game.

Marquette’s going all out for their first round game versus Notre Dame by getting fan buses to the game.

Marquette has announced the details for a ticket and transportation package to the men’s lacrosse NCAA tournament game against fourth-seeded Notre Dame on Sunday, May 14 at Arlotta Stadium in Indiana. Buses will depart from the N. 16th Street parking structure on Marquette’s campus at 7 a.m. Central time and are expected to arrive back at MU following the 11 a.m. game at roughly 5 p.m. Individuals will receive a light breakfast on the bus in addition a game ticket in at the cost of $25 for general fans and $10 for Marquette students. MU students will also receive a large navy blue Marquette Lacrosse t-shirt.

The Terps released their Big Ten Championship video.

Lots of BOSSES talking to the media this week.

Michigan has been busy!

Sergio Salcido talks with the media about Yale and the tournament.

What’s Up, Philly?

Pat’s joins Caviar:Pat’s Steaks joins Caviar, celebrates with BOGO cheesesteak deal on Wednesday.

Pat’s King of Steaks is one of the latest additions to food delivery service Caviar, and the South Philly steak stalwart is celebrating with a special buy-one-get-one deal for users of the app this week. From 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Wednesday, Caviar users can order one cheesesteak from Pat’s through the app and get a second one for free. The deal is limited to a maximum of five cheesesteak orders per customer for the day, meaning everyone can get up to 10 sandwiches delivered in total for the price of five.

World/National News.

Bad day for Spirit Airlines: Passengers riot in Florida airport after nine flights were canceled.

The Broward Sheriff's Office was on hand to keep the peace as one deputy explained what travelers could do to make the process easier. CBS West Palm Beach affiliate WPEC-TV cites a Broward County Sheriff's deputy as saying three people were arrested and another one was detained. Spirit Airlines issued a statement saying they filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) -- members of Master Executive Council -- for "unlawful job action by Spirit pilots."

Early humans co-existed in Africa with human-like species 300,000 years ago.

Scientists unveiled the first evidence on Tuesday that early humans co-existed in Africa 300,000 years ago with a small-brained human-like species thought to already be extinct on the continent at that time. The findings, published in three papers in the journal "eLife", raise fresh questions about human evolution, including the prospect that behaviours previously attributed to humans may have been developed by hominin precursors of Homo sapiens. Hominins are an extinct group of the same genus as humans, the only surviving members of that category today. Man's nearest living relatives, chimpanzees and gorillas, are further removed from Homo sapiens biologically than hominins are.

Your GIF for May 9, 2017: NOPE! This is MY bed!

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