Monthly Archives: February 2019

Bracketology: Watch the Bubble

Little has changed at the top since my last update on Monday, with most of the important action taking place on the bubble.  A lot of critical games took place last night.  On the losing side of the ledger were … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Kentucky Surges to a 1 Seed

We have a new number 1 seed: The Kentucky Wildcats.  Big Blue Nation is surging, following up their fairly easy win over an excellent Tennessee squad last weekend with a blowout of a decent Auburn team this past Saturday.  Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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Bracketology: They Have to Take 68 Teams

They said it best on ESPN last night: they have to take 68.  There are teams around the cut line that are really pushing it, as I touched on in my update on Wednesday, February 20.  Check out my series … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Mediocrity is the Word of the Day

It’s finally time to get going with this year’s bracketology.  At this point, one thing is clear: there are a lot of mediocre teams that are going to make the field (which led to my brilliant title for this post).  … Continue reading

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