Finally eligible, Jackrabbits turn eye toward NCAA tournament
Most people who live in places other than South Dakota know the state best for Mount Rushmore and the beautifully desolate Black Hills region in which the landmark resides.
But every state has special places hiding off the beaten path -- or as beaten as the path gets in a state more densely populated than only North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Alaska. (According to the U.S. Census Bureau Web site, Rhode Island, with roughly 75,000 fewer square miles than South Dakota, had nearly 400,000 ...
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