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The media highlights and lowlights of the tournament's opening weekend

Moving On

Jack Hoiberg

His tweet lampooning the dance moves of his dad (Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg) has been retweeted nearly 1,000 times.

Dayton Daily News

The paper's THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON headline poked fun at defeated rival Ohio State and had more than 16,000 mentions in the 24 hours after it posted.

Philip Martelli

The four-year-old grandson—and chief mimic—of Saint Joe's coach Phil Martelli became a media darling, especially after his interview with CBS sideline reporter Allie LaForce.

Bracket Buster

Greg Gumbel

On live TV the CBS and Turner studio host confused Archie Miller with his brother, Sean. The interview was then abruptly cut off.

Roddy White

The Falcons wide receiver promised a fan season tickets on the 50-yard line if Mercer beat Duke last Friday, but then revised his offer to just tickets to a Falcons-Bears game.

Chris Webber

A broadcaster for Turner, C-Webb was just silly in his March Madness-themed ad for Burger King, in which his yellow-and-navy jersey looks a lot like the one he wore at Michigan.