Keidel: March Madness Lives Up To The NameUMBC's win over Virginia was just one of the many upsets so far, making this March Madness as unpredictable as any NCAA Tournament ever.
Keidel: The Cinderella MythCollege basketball fans wax romantic for the NCAA Tournament's Cinderella teams, but want them gone before the Final Four.
Keidel: Are The Rockets The Team To Beat?The Rockets have a 15-game win streak and a slim lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference. But what will happen come playoff time?
Keidel: Just How Good Are These Mets?Are they what they were just two years ago -- a pitching-rich club with just enough lumber to labor through the summer, get you over 90 wins and a seat at the October table?
Keidel: Where Will Kirk Cousins Play Next Season?Many teams, including the Jets, Vikings and Broncos, have shown interest in Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Keidel: Who Does Deontay Wilder Need To Fight?Boxing isn't only as strong as its heavyweight division, but a Deontay Wilder-Anthony Wilder fight would certainly showcase its strength.
Keidel: Cashman's 'Little Engine That Could' Analogy Is Absolutely LaughableNo, the Little Engine was about an underdog who huffed and clawed and climbed up rolling hills, defying odds with a sparkling attitude. It didn't have Aaron Judge or Giancarlo Stanton on board.
Keidel: Giants' No. 1 Priority Should Be Drafting A QB With No. 2 PickThe only sweet residue from their disastrous 2017 season is this draft pick, which is accidentally good for being shamefully bad.
Keidel: Admit It, You Want To See Tebow With Big-League Mets, TooThe NFL was just better when Tebow was a part of it. Likewise, MLB in general and the Mets in particular will be more watchable and likable if Tebow makes the squad.
Keidel: Are The Cubs World Series Favorites In 2018?The Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016 and are even more stacked now with Yu Darvish in the starting rotation.
Keidel: Great Athletes Don't Always Make Great ChampionsNBA All-Star Weekend is stacked with great players, but relatively few will ever win the NBA Finals.
Keidel: A Harvey Resurgence Could Do Wonders For Mets As A WholeIn two turbulent years, the Mets went from Big Apple darlings to their old, downtrodden selves. In October 2015, they were World Series bound, a few blown saves from a world title. and a club with a blindingly good future.