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March Madness Day 4 Recap: 2nd seed Blues

Madness is in the air.  The 4th day of March Madness provided excitement like it has the entire tournament, with its fair share of upsets and nail-biting games. The set of games on for day four had 6 out of the 8 games being decided by double-digits,  which tells you all you need to know

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March Madness Day 3: Madness has begun

The third day of March Madness is in the books and we can officially say that the madness has begun. The round of 32 has seen its fair share of upsets, but nothing as huge as #1 Villanova going down. If a number 1 goes down this early, then it’s time to declare the Madness.

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March Madness Men’s Day 2 Recap: Some Unlikely Outcomes

March Madness Never Ceases to Surprise Us. The second day of March Madness created some excitement for some double-digit seeds along with heartbreak for teams with hopes of making a deep run.  The second round begins today and teams look to punch their ticket to the sweet 16.  The results from day two of March Madness has

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March Madness Day 1 Recap: Bracket already Busted?

March Madness is upon us.  The first day of the NCAA Tournament we like to call, March Madness, is in the books and it is as advertised. Plenty of good games are on today as teams battle it out to reach the coveted National Championship game. We take a look at the results and react

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10 players to watch in the 2017 Men’s NCAA Tournament

Malik Monk (Kentucky) To me, Monk has been the most explosive scorer in college basketball this season. He’s the kind of streaky shooter and scorer that you look to make some big shots in the NCAA Tournament, and as a projected lottery pick in the NBA Draft, Monk has every reason to show out over

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Mid-Majors To Watch Out For in the NCAA Tournament

The Cinderella story. Every person who watches March Madness knows how fun these games can be when a mid-major makes a run in the NCAA Tournament. A few years ago we had Dayton go all the way to the Elite Eight in the 2013-2014 season. Florida Gulf Coast labeled themselves as “Dunk City” when they

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2017 Men’s NCAA Tournament Roundtable: Let The Dancing Begin

Happy March Madness, people. Welcome to our roundtable with Basketball Society writers: Ralph Cortes: (@_Rloading) Quaadree Harris: Martin Soaries: (@Marsoaries) Kyle Allan: (@Kallan441) 1. Which no. 1 seed has the toughest path to the Final Four? Cortes: I would say the North Carolina Tar Heels have the toughest path to the Final Four. UNC, which is

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What is March Madness? A Beginner’s Guide

“Ugh, my bracket is busted.” This is the common phrase usually heard by the majority of participants on the first day of the tournament. But what does it actually mean? It means that March Madness has begun, and we all have a vested interest. The Players According to NCAA.org, only 1.1% of men’s college basketball

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Villanova takes the Big East, looks to challenge of repeating as national champions

The defending national champion Villanova Wildcats captured their third ever Big East championship on Saturday night, defeating Creighton 74-60 at Madison Square Garden. Our own Felix John-Baptiste asked Villanova head coach Jay Wright after the game about the prospect of repeating and what it’s been like having that target on their backs all season: Just knowing that

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2017 Big East Tournament Predictions: Day 2

College basketball will be at the peak of its popularity in the next couple of weeks. However, before brackets can be filled out and the madness that comes with it, it all must be put on pause…for right now.  We still have to crown conference champions to determine automatic placement in the NCAA tournament.  One

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