Birds dominate this year's NCAA tournament

03/27/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

In contrast with much of NCAA men's basketball history, teams with bird-themed mascots are dominating the court this season, besting dogs and cats. Historically, bird-themed teams have performed poorly in the tournament, with a .489 win percentage as compared with teams with dog mascots at .496 and feline-represented teams at just over .500. This year's Sweet 16 includes the Golden Eagles, Cardinals and Jayhawks (a fictional hawk-blue jay hybrid).

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