1. What's been your favorite moment of the NCAA tournament?
Clark Jones: When North Carolina made good use of seven All-Americans. #ornot
Pat Tomasulo: Cutaways of a stoic John Stockton watching Gonzaga.
Scott Bolohan: The 1940s. Go DePaul!
John Dooley: That one time the officials got a call right. That was awesome.
Angi Taylor: People thinking I care about their brackets. Really, it's as much fun as hearing about their fantasy lineups.
2. What's the best part of back-to-back Blackhawks games?
Clark Jones: Not watching Nate Robinson shoot 8-for-41 from 3-point range.
Pat Tomasulo: Not worrying about how to fill a sportscast for two days in a row.
Scott Bolohan: The ice could get choppy so more Ice Crew action! Aw yeah, sexual objectification!
John Dooley: Back-to-back excuses to drink.
Angi Taylor: It means we're that much closer to the real hockey season -- aka baseball season.
3. Besides Corey Crawford, what other Hawk should change his style of play?
Clark Jones: Marian Hossa. He's gotta learn how to hit first, or duck.
Pat Tomasulo: I'd like to see Jamal Mayers in more shootouts.
Scott Bolohan: Patrick Kane. He should be a little more selective.
John Dooley: Dan "Gorilla Salad" Carcillo can change his style of play to "not horrible."
Angi Taylor: Marian Hossa. He needs to actually play.
4. Why are the Cubs pitchers so confident?
Clark Jones: Well, none of them have actually played in the major leagues.
Pat Tomasulo: I don't even have a joke for this one. I genuinely want to know.
Scott Bolohan: Toastmasters.
John Dooley: They've been playing intrasquad games against Cubs hitters.
Angi Taylor: Because they've been facing Double-A hitters all spring.
5. Why did a doctor call Robert Griffin III "superhuman"?
Clark Jones: Because calling him something else already got Rob Parker fired.
Pat Tomasulo: Because he wants more people to ask Derrick Rose why he's not back yet.
Scott Bolohan: The doctor forgot his name.
John Dooley: He's so good he makes you forget about his team's horribly insensitive name!
Angi Taylor: Because if he were a point guard, he'd be back in the lineup already (hint hint, D-Rose).