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Bracketology: Previewing March Madness

Three things are certain in life: death, taxes, and never filling out a perfect bracket.  On that somber note, let’s get to it. While no one is going to go undefeated in their NCAA tournament bracket, there are some strategies … Continue reading

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Bracketology: The Final Projection

And here we go, with the Selection Show just hours away.  I’m excited, and I know you are too. I’ve written at length this week about how the 1 line might shape up.  This, along with the bubble watch, seems … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Gonzaga Keeps a 1 Seed… For Now

Yesterday, I wrote a ton about the bubble and the concept of elimination games in the conference tournaments.  I also explored the debate over whether Gonzaga will get a 1 seed.  Later in the day, I put Gonzaga ahead of … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Lots of Bubble Teams Today, But No Elimination Games

Yesterday, I put Gonzaga behind Duke in the battle for the final 1 seed.  I analyzed it again last night and I still see it that way.  I’ll go into more detail about my reasoning in a post later today.  … Continue reading

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Bracketology: What Now for Gonzaga?

Champ Week update: only 2 of 11 top seeds have won conference tournaments so far.  The madness is truly here. One of those top seeds who didn’t win their tournament was Gonzaga in the West Coast Conference (WCC).  Yesterday, I … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Breaking Down the Field, Seeds 1-76

As I said earlier today, I want to bring you a breakdown of all of the teams who stand a chance to make the NCAA tournament (and those who are surely in the field).  Check out that post to read … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Monday Update

After yesterday, I’ve added a few more teams to the Gone Fishin’ list.  They are Colorado, Oregon State, East Tennessee State, and South Florida.  I just don’t see any way for these teams to get an at-large bid.  Meanwhile, expect … Continue reading

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Bracketology: March Madness Has Arrived

March Madness has officially hit, as some top seeds fell in conference tournament action yesterday.  Loyola-Chicago and South Dakota State are both NIT-bound.  Belmont fell to Murray State in the Ohio Valley final, inspiring our first great debate of this … Continue reading

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Bracketology: How Much do the Conference Tournaments Matter?

If my team wins the conference tournament, they’ll definitely move up a few seed lines, right?  If your team is on the bubble, one good win in the conference tournament or getting to a certain round gets them in, doesn’t … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Let’s Look at the Bubble, For a Change

As you know by now, I’m obsessed with looking at the bubble this time of year.  And really, who do you know that isn’t, as far as people who enjoy bracketology?  So, in honor of my favorite sports studio crew … Continue reading

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