Recapping The Sweet 16 And Looking To The Elite 8

March 26, 2011 – By Scott With the Sweet Sixteen in the 2011 NCAA Tournament behind us, looking forward to the Elite Eight will draw college basketball fans to the television on Saturday and Sunday awaiting the teams who will reach the Final Four. Some of the favorites to make it to the Final Four … Read more

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UConn Favored By 2 1/2 Over Arizona

March 26, 2011 – By Alex In one of the more interesting college basketball games scheduled for this weekend, the No. 3 seeded Connecticut Huskies will square off against the No. 5 seeded Arizona Wildcats at 7:05 PM Eastern Time in Anaheim for a chance to go to the Final Four. Arizona enters this matchup … Read more

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No. 4 Pittsburgh Assumes Underdog Role At No. 9 Villanova Saturday Night

February 12, 2011 – By Scott When the preseason Big East college basketball poll was released before the season began, Pittsburgh and Villanova were picked to finish 1-2 in the conference. The 4th ranked Panthers won their first matchup with the No. 9 Wildcats this season and on Saturday night, they will look to sweep … Read more

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Michigan State 2 Point Underdogs Against Tennessee On Sunday

March 27th, 2010 – by Scott In a fantastic Elite Eight matchup set to take place on Sunday, 6th seeded Tennessee will face 5th seeded Michigan State as the Volunteers will play in a regional final game for the first time in school history. Tennessee won a back-and-forth battle against Ohio State on Friday 76-73.  … Read more

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Top Seeded Duke Favored By 4 Over Baylor

March 27th, 2010 – by Scott The Duke Blue Devils have finally gotten back into the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament after they defeated Purdue on Friday night 70-57.  Next up for the Blue Devils will be Baylor on Sunday The third-seeded Boilermakers got passed Saint Mary’s 72-49. Duke (32-5) is now one of only … Read more

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Ohio State Picked For Easy Win Over Georgia Tech

March 20, 2010 – By John Ritter Some teams just have it come tournament time. Like Georgia Tech, which was riding a delicate bubble at the end of the regular season, and seemed destined for the NIT. But the Yellow Jackets took it out of the committee’s hands with three-straight wins to reach the ACC … Read more

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