With Florida's win over Ohio State in the championship game of the 2007 NCAA Men's basketball tournament, Russ Mitchell jumped to first place with 136 points, earning bragging rights among his Early Show co-anchors. Congratulations Russ!
Dave Price rallied to finish second with 130 points.
Julie Chen, who held The Early Show lead up until the final game of the tournament, finished with 117, followed by Hannah Storm (87) and Harry Smith (59).
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