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Tag Archives: March Madness projection
As we approach the Selection Show and the three most exciting weeks in sports, I want to thank everyone who has read my blog this season. Once again, it has been a blast watching so much college basketball and putting … Continue reading
Just like on the eve of the Selection Show last year, I decided one projection wasn’t enough for the day, so I doubled up. I’m fully locked in right now, as are so many of the teams around the country … Continue reading
Earlier this week, it seemed likely that Villanova, Kansas, North Carolina, and Gonzaga were all safe on the 1 line. Now? I’m not so sure. Villanova is, without a doubt. Kansas very likely is, with an RPI of 2 and … Continue reading
If you’re waiting until next week to get into the action, why aren’t you already watching? The Madness is fully upon us with upsets throughout the conference tournaments! Let’s look at the notable ones from last night. In last night’s … Continue reading
First off, congratulations to the Jacksonville State Gamecocks, out of Jacksonville, Alabama, for being the first team to clinch a bid to the 2017 NCAA men’s basketball tournament! They did so by defeating Tennessee-Martin in the Ohio Valley Conference’s championship … Continue reading
Where will the Big Ten end up? The Bracket Preview on February 11 featured zero Big Ten teams on the top 4 seed lines. Today, my highest-seeded Big Ten team is Purdue, who fell from a 4 to a 5 … Continue reading
With March almost here, the field is narrowing. Once we get past the Next Four Out, teams are hanging on by a thread. Take Indiana, for example. With last night’s loss at Iowa, the Hoosiers fall to 15-13 overall, 5-10 … Continue reading
We all knew this would happen. An ACC team has reached the top line. With the strength and depth of the conference, it’s hard to imagine a scenario in which the ACC doesn’t get a 1 seed. A classic between … Continue reading
After the home loss to Ohio State two weeks ago, it looked like you could write off the Michigan Wolverines for the year. The team was 4-6 in a weak (relative to recent years) Big Ten, without enough quality wins … Continue reading