Last week I posted my entire NCAA Tournament Bracket for the whole world to see for the second straight year. I did fairly well the first four days and a lot better than last year. I still have 10 of the Sweet 16 teams left, 7 of the Elite 8 teams left, and all 4 Final Four teams.
Bustin’ Loose 3-28-13: Tim Brando: “I like Miami to move on, In fact I have them winning it all.” “Reggie Johnson has not been near the same factor he was before the thumb injury.”
Just like last year I am releasing my entire bracket and picks before the tournament starts for everyone to see how well (or bad) I do.
“MARC’s MADNESS” 2013 winning the NCAA Tournament picks: Cards Cut Down The Nets & Keep The National Title In The Bluegrass State.
Miami HC Jim Larranaga: “The Last Time We Played Duke We Were Well Rested…Hopefully We’ll Play With A Lot Of Energy Tomorrow”
The Drive Friday 3-1-13 – Jim Larranaga the head coach at Miami talks with Taylor and Marc about their matchup against the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday, how he has kept his players focused this season, and why he chose the University of Miami over other schools he could’ve coached at.
The Duke and North Carolina rivalry is the best in college basketball and this game means a lot to not just both teams but several others in the ACC.
With the top 3 teams in college hoops losing, could Duke be #1 for a 3rd time this yr? Len Martez & Colin Hoggard discuss that plus, don’t look now but the ACC will have […]
The sports talk around the water cooler this morning probably isn’t about college basketball, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t an exciting weekend for the sport.
Only in “Bizarro World” would the University of Miami basketball team destroy #1 Duke 90-63. That’s exactly what happened. Coach K. Better fix it ASAP because conference schedule has just begun. The NCAA should investigate Miami for violating Duke the way they did.
Years from now few people will remember who brought tight end Greg Olsen to Charlotte to play for the Panthers. The new father of twins should be around for a number of years but the man who was instrumental in his acquisition will be watching him from afar.