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Tuesday Cheat Sheet: Everything That’s Gone Viral The Past 24 Hours (3/24/15)

Here’s everything that has gone viral in college sports over the past 24 hours.

1. It was reported President Obama’s niece Leslie Robinson was the subject of a threat prior to the Maryland-Princeton NCAA Tournament game Monday night.

2. Undefeated Kentucky coachJohn Calipari was not named college basketball's coach of the year by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.

3. According to a source, Michigan's football helmets will look a little different this year as head coach Jim Harbaugh announced he is bringing back helmet stickers, and is getting rid of the Wolverines’ “Legends” jerseys.

4. There was a video released of former five-star running back Joe Mixon, who was suspended for the entire 2014 season, back practicing with Oklahoma.

5. New courtside footage was released of Pat Connaughton’s incredible block vs. Butler in the NCAA Tournament.

6. Former Ohio State tight end Jeff Heuerman trolled Oregon over Twitter about the Ducks' national title game loss.

7. Bovada released its latest national championship odds and Kentucky remained the heavy favorite.

8. Syracuse football unveiled its new football uniforms for the 2015 season.

9. West Virginia head coach Bob Huggins’ daughters apparently tweeted rape jokes about Maryland’s Dez Wells on Sunday night.

10. It was reported the Alabama men's basketball program is planning on making a run at Wichita State's head coach Gregg Marshall following the NCAA Tournament.

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