March Madness

Five Can’t Miss College Basketball Games of the Week

Five Can’t Miss College Basketball Games of the Week

2013/02/11 at 2:29 pm 0 comments

It was another wild, crazy and upset-filled week in the landscape of college basketball and we are officially just five weeks away Selection Sunday. There are seemingly a hundred of impact games remaining, but here are your top five games during this rivalry week that will be vital in determining [...]

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Duke Domination: America’s Best College Hoops Team?

2012/11/29 at 12:07 am 0 comments

  We are far away from March Madness, but the Duke Blue Devils are sure making their case as America’s most dominant  team in college hoops these days. After taking care of the fourth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes in Durham on Wednesday (73-68), they have now defeated three teams ranked inside [...]

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Bill Self Built Kansas into Winner

Bill Self Built Kansas into Winner

2012/03/25 at 11:33 pm 0 comments

He isn’t such a bad coach, after all. He shook the hand of North Carolina’s Roy Williams and, with a smile, celebrated on the floor with his players. For once, Kansas head coach Bill Self had something to be proud of — overjoyed with his team’s accomplishments amid all the [...]

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Kansas Is Unpredictable, Vulnerable

Kansas Is Unpredictable, Vulnerable

2012/03/24 at 4:06 am 0 comments

The scariest nightmare appears to be over, well, at least for now. It’s one of those horror stories that gives you the chills, and the near-loss to a surprising N.C. State was terrifying, refreshing our minds of Kansas’ upsets in recent years. When it was over, at last, the body [...]

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March Madness: Kentucky, Calipari Can Finally Win Whole Enchilada

March Madness: Kentucky, Calipari Can Finally Win Whole Enchilada

2012/03/18 at 2:01 am 0 comments

What makes the Wildcats so good, besides the fact the school has the shrewdest recruiter in college basketball, is their ability to push inside the paint, masterfully dominate at will and pose as a fundamentally sound unit with the necessities to beat anyone in their path. And after watching the [...]

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March Madness 2012: Previewing the West Region — Is Missouri Overrated?

March Madness 2012: Previewing the West Region — Is Missouri Overrated?

2012/03/14 at 7:15 am 0 comments

Selection Sunday is through. The matchups are set, Washington fans are crying, and if you listen real close, you’ll hear mad typing across the country as millions fill out their brackets. So, who do we have at GridironGrit? Here’s my picks for the West Region, including upset alerts, and the [...]

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March Madness 2012: Previewing the South Region — is Kentucky Final Four Bound?

March Madness 2012: Previewing the South Region — is Kentucky Final Four Bound?

2012/03/12 at 10:28 pm 0 comments

  Selection Sunday is through. The matchups are set, Washington fans are crying, and if you listen real close, you’ll hear mad typing across the country as millions fill out their brackets. So, who do we have at GridironGrit? Here’s my picks for the South Region, including upset alerts, and [...]

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March Madness 2012: Which Number One Seed Will Last the Longest?

March Madness 2012: Which Number One Seed Will Last the Longest?

2012/03/11 at 6:05 am 0 comments

Selection Sunday is today. All but a few conferences have finished their tournaments, and the bubble teams are on edge. Who gets number one? Who’ll play in the always entertaining five and twelve seed games? Who will be this year’s Butler (hint: Wichita State)? While bracketology isn’t an exact science, [...]

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March Madness 2012: Syracuse and Kansas Go Down, Is Duke Next?

March Madness 2012: Syracuse and Kansas Go Down, Is Duke Next?

2012/03/10 at 3:36 am 0 comments

  This weekend has been filled with upsets, down-to-the-wire finishes, and all the excitement that comes with March Madness. Certain things are quite clear – rankings are misleading, the Pac-12 is pathetic, and the bracket is still wide open. Some of the biggest surprises have come in Syracuse and Kansas [...]

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