I generally could give two rats asses about basketball. Of all the organized team sports, it is clearly my least favorite (I saw one basketball game at UT).
However, like so many millions of other American's, something about March Madness fascinates me. The Wall Street Journal, in their workout profile of Senate Clerk and NCAA ref Donee Gray gets it right.
at the college level, the game still means something to the players, fans and refs. "It's not like a business, like the NBA," he says. "In college you still get goose bumps."