Kendall Williams is always a threat to go for 20 and 10, but he also isn't opposed to moving his bishop to F5.
Williams, New Mexico's all-everything point guard, is a known chess enthusiast. After leading the Lobos to a victory over Long Beach State in the first round, he revealed that this March Madness business has put on hold a big match back in the Land of Enchantment.
Williams has a running rivalry with a New Mexico graduate student, Daniel Cornish, with the players splitting two earlier matches, according to Yahoo! Sports. The rubber match has been put on hold.
"We still have to play a third game," Williams said. "I've been telling him I'm busy right now because we've been on the road, but when I get back I have a score to settle."
Before he returns to performing some castles and en passants, Williams has to determine his endgame in the tourney.
Is that your "checkmate" face?
"Boy, that was about as poor a first half as we've played all year long."
— South Florida coach Stan Heath on the Bulls' first 20 minutes against Temple on Friday, when they scored 15 points and hit three field goals
The problem is all this beautiful weather we've been having. The course beckons.
— eowens5599 (@eddieowens5599) March 16, 2012
This is just a 30-foot trey by Kwamain Mitchell to beat the shot clock and help St. Louis beat Memphis. No big deal.