Blues Rise at Easter: Didier Drogba and Joe Cole scored for Chelsea, who soared to the top of the Premier League with a giant, yet controversial 2-1 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford, on Saturday. Sir Alex Ferguson followed the game with his patented, red faced complaint of the officiating after the game, citing Drogba's offside goal and remaining ironically oblivious to the handball goal scored by United's Fabricio Macheda.
Eagles send McNabb Flying: According to reports on Easter, the Philadelphia Eagles have sent quarterback Donovan McNabb to the division rival Washington Redskins for a duo of draft picks. The word is that the new 'Skin will kick off his tenure in D.C. by throwing a party to celebrate not being sucked into the Black Hole of Football, Oakland.
Butler serves up date with Destiny: Both the minnow and the big fish won their Final Four matches Saturday, setting up a dramatic and improbable Championship game between Butler and Duke. Lost amongst all of the comparisons of Hoosiers and Butler, is head coach Brad Stevens' uncanny resemblance to Jimmy Chitwood himself.