Category — March Madness
According to a joint statement from DraftKings and FanDuel: “Nothing is more important” than the “integrity of the games we offer.”
October 6, 2015 No Comments
Did we mention our UCLA friends said Doug Gottlieb could fuck himself? Didn’t think so.
Lost a finalist (Virginia, what were we thinking?) and another Final 4 pick (Iowa State). We drank the Kool-Aid on these 2. Shame on us, Mayor Fred Hoiberg, and what’s this about Tony Bennett being the Coach of the Year again?
Wichita State, though, has really done our brackets proud. And don’t get us started on our Sooners. Had them in the Sweet 16 but its all gravy now. Jeff Goodman picked them for his Final 4, and we knew he was smoking better shit than us.
March 25, 2015 No Comments
March 21, 2014 No Comments
Great minds think alike: Me and Lakers backup center Robert Sacre have the same final verdict.
Florida over Albany; Colorado over Pitt; VCU over Stephen F. Austin; UCLA over Tulsa; Ohio State over Dayton; Syracuse over Western Michigan; New Mexico over Stanford; and Kansas over Eastern Kentucky.
Florida over Colorado; UCLA over VCU; Syracuse over Ohio State; and Kansas over New Mexico.
Florida over UCLA; Syracuse over Kansas; and Florida over Syracuse for Final 4.
Virginia over Coastal Carolina; Memphis over Geo Washington; Harvard over Cincy; Michigan State over Delaware; North Carolina over Providence; Iowa State over North Carolina Central; St. Joe’s over UConn; and Villanova over Milwaukee.
Virginia over Memphis; Michigan State over Harvard; Iowa State over North Carolina; and Villanova over St. Joe’s.
Michigan State over Virginia; Iowa State over Villanova; and Iowa State over Michigan State for Final 4.
Arizona over Weber State; OSU over Gonzaga (sorry Robert); OU over North Dakota State; San Diego State over New Mexico State; Baylor over Nebraska; Creighton over Louisiana Lafayette; Oregon over BYU; and Wisconsin over American.
Arizona over OSU; OU over San Diego State; Baylor over Creighton; and Oregon over Wisconsin.
Arizona over OU; Baylor over Oregon; and Arizona over Baylor for Final 4.
Wichita State over Cal Poly; Kentucky over K-State; NC State over St. Louis; Louisville over Manhattan; UMass over Tennessee; Duke over Mercer; ASU over TexAss; and Michigan over Wofford.
Wichita State over Kentucky; Louisville over NC State; Duke over UMass; and Michigan over ASU.
Louisville over Wichita State; Michigan over Duke; and Louisville over Michigan for Final 4.
Florida over Iowa State and Arizona over Louisville.
Florida 84, Arizona 81
March 20, 2014 No Comments
According to BetVega.com:
MICHIGAN ST 9/2
WICHITA ST 15/1
IOWA ST 35/1
NORTH CAROLINA 50/1
OHIO ST 60/1
OKLAHOMA ST 60/1
SAN DIEGO ST 75/1
ST LOUIS 100/1
U CONN 100/1
NEW MEXICO 100/1
U MASS 200/1
KANSAS ST 300/1
ST JOE’S 300/1
ARIZONA ST 300/1
GEORGE WASHINGTON 500/1
NC STATE 1000/1
NORTH DAKOTA ST 1000/1
March 17, 2014 No Comments
Louisville 82, Michigan 76
Worst officiated game of the tournament, but even that couldn’t distract from a superb contest. And the point was proven again that guards run the world.
Now what happened with that Fab 5 reunion?
April 9, 2013 No Comments
Come on Chris.
Jalen Rose makes some choice observations about why the Fab 5 has been mostly the Fab 4 since Chris Webber left the group, so to speak. We’re hoping though that Webber puts aside his differences with the Univ. of Michigan and join his brothers Monday night in Atlanta, where Michigan, with its talented freshmen and Trey Burke, will try to upset 4-point favorite Louisville for the national championship.
Hit the link, scroll down and listen to the video. It’s a little more than 5 minutes but well worth your time.
April 7, 2013 No Comments
We became a big Mitch McGary fan today.
Louisville already is a 3 1/2 to 4 1/2-point favorite. Should be a good 1 to watch.
April 6, 2013 No Comments
April 4, 2013 No Comments
Wonder if USC AD Pat Haden ever heard of Andy Enfield before the NCAA Tournament began? Regardless, despite the diss of a ton of L.A. coaches equally qualified for the gig, the Trojans made a bigger splash with this hire than UCLA’s lame move to to bring in Steve Alford.
April 2, 2013 No Comments