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L. Jon Wertheim
March 22, 1999
Tearing yourself away from the television during tournament time can be tough, but everyone needs a breather. So exercise your mouse-clicking muscles and log on to these sites to stay on the road to the Final Four.
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March 22, 1999

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Tearing yourself away from the television during tournament time can be tough, but everyone needs a breather. So exercise your mouse-clicking muscles and log on to these sites to stay on the road to the Final Four.

?www.finalfour.net
The official NCAA men's and women's site has brackets, up-to-the-minute scores, TV schedules, a tournament history and an on-line souvenir shop. You can also subscribe to Final Four Flash to have daily news, video clips and analysis slam-dunked into your E-mail in box.

?www.collegeinsider.com
The College Hoops Insider columnists dish out tournament info; the Insider also posts audio interviews with coaches and, in conjunction with Broadcast.com, live audio play-by-play from every NCAA game.

?www.turbotourney.com
Stuck running the office pool? Download Sideline Software's pool management program to streamline the task. The full software package costs $29.95. There's a free, less extensive version available at www.dogcowsoft.com.

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sites we'd like to see

?www.belletolls.com Video clips and transcripts of tantrums by Angry Albert in the O's clubhouse this season.

?www.WaitTillNextYear.com
Chat room for fans still rooting for the Clippers to get that record 18th straight loss.

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