NEW YORK (AP) — President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron will be interviewed together at halftime of the NCAA tournament’s first game.
Sportscaster Clark Kellogg will talk to them for CBS and Turner Sports during the “First Four” matchup between Mississippi Valley State and Western Kentucky on Tuesday night on cable channel truTV.
The game starts at 6:30 p.m. EDT.
Obama is taking Cameron to the college basketball game in Dayton, Ohio, during the prime minister’s official visit to the United States. This will be the only joint interview by the two men during the trip.
Kellogg interviewed Obama twice during the 2009-10 season.
Crosby’s return to Penguins remains on hold
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sidney Crosby’s comeback from concussion-like symptoms remains on hold.
The Pittsburgh Penguins star said Saturday he’s still not quite ready to return to the ice after missing more than three months when the symptoms resurfaced in early December. The 24-year-old former MVP was cleared for contact earlier in the week and hinted he could play as early as Sunday against the Boston Bruins.
Instead he’ll wait until he gets a couple of more practices in before entering the lineup. The Penguins are off Monday and will practice on Tuesday and Wednesday before a pivotal three-game road trip through New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia.
Crosby had 12 points in eight games after making his season debut against the New York Islanders on Nov. 21. He went back on the injured reserve when the symptoms returned following a loss to the Bruins on Dec. 5.
Report: Redskins trade for No. 2 pick
FOXSports.com is reporting the Washington Redskins have a deal in place to acquire the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft and plan to take Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Under the deal reported by the website, the Redskins and St. Louis Rams will swap first-round selections this year. The Rams also will receive multiple future first-round draft picks and other selections.
ESPN.com reported St. Louis will receive Washington’s first and second-round picks this year, and the Redskins’ first-round picks in 2013 and 2014.
The trade moves the Redskins up four places from sixth in the April draft, leapfrogging any other team that would have an interest in the Heisman Trophy winner. The Indianapolis Colts are expected to take Andrew Luck with the No. 1 pick.
— The Associated Press