We have a favorite to win the NCAA basketball tournament.
Okay, not really. But we sure have a potential Cinderella: Yale qualified for March Madness over the weekend by winning the Ivy League, thus ending an epic postseason drought.
One of the most prestigious universities in the world, Yale is the alma mater of presidents, statesmen and Ben Carson ... but it's not exactly a basketball factory.
The Bulldogs hadn't been to the Big Dance since 1962 — that's two years before John Wooden won his first national championship at UCLA.
Of all the teams in all the conferences that have participated in the NCAAs, only Dartmouth has gone longer without a bid.
Next season, watch out for the Big Green.