TALE OF THE TAPE

  1. Branden Dawson #22 of the Michigan State Spartans (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) J.J. Frazier #30 of the Georgia Bulldogs (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
    Round Of 64: #7 Michigan State Vs. #10 Georgia

    These two schools meet more often on the gridiron in bowl games than they do in the NCAA basketball tournament, but this Round of 64 matchup features Big Five conference teams looking to advance in the postseason.

  2. Bobby Portis #10 of the Arkansas Razorbacks (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Head coach Mike Young of the Wofford Terriers (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
    Round of 64: #5 Arkansas Vs. #12 Wofford

    It’s the legendary case of the No. 5 seed versus the No. 12 seed, and every year it seems that one of these matchups ends in an upset.

  3. D\'Vauntes Smith-Rivera #4 of the Georgetown Hoyas (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Venky Jois #55 of the Eastern Washington Eagles (Photo by Sarah Glenn/Getty Images)
    Round of 64: #4 Georgetown Vs. #13 E. Washington

    The Georgetown Hoyas are one of college basketball’s legendary programs, but they are about to face a team that could go a long way in this year’s tournament.

  4. Virginia Commonwealth Rams (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images) Ohio State Buckeyes (Photo by Duane Burleson/Getty Images)
    Round Of 64: #7 Virginia Commonwealth Vs. #10 Ohio State

    For years, the Virginia Commonwealth Rams (VCU) have been a critical darling every year, a Cinderella team that always has a chance to upset bigger conference schools.

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    Barry Zito’s 2006 Giants Contract Vs. His 2015 A’s Contract

    In 2006, Barry Zito was the biggest free agent pitcher signing in MLB history. Eight Years later he’s trying out the team that originally drafted him, hoping for a chance to make a small fraction of his Giants contract. The veteran lefty says he’s playing now for the love of the game. A look at his pay cut will sure make you believe him. Check the numbers:

  6. (Tom Hauck/Getty Images) St Louis Cardinals v San Francisco Giants
    Tale Of The Tape: Willie Mays’ 1966 Contract Vs. Modern Baseball Salaries

    On February 11th, 1966 Willie Mays signed a $130,000 contract with the Giants. At the time, it was the highest in the league. Now the league MINIMUM is $500,000. How would Mays, one of the league’s all time greats, be paid if he were a free agent today? Let’s measure up.