Category — March Madness
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
March 31, 2013 No Comments
How ’bout them Zero State guys…oops, I mean those Cowboys?
To his credit, Doug Gottlieb apologized. But, to credit a namesake, stupid is…
March 29, 2013 No Comments
We sometimes laugh at the on-court antics of Mississippi’s Marshall Henderson. Still, you know if he was a brother that kind of shit wouldn’t be tolerated.
Double standard? You bet. Writer Greg Howard writes a excellent piece on how Henderson, who was once caught trying to buy $800 worth of weed with counterfeit money and then attempted to cash some of that same fake stuff, both major league felonies, has been allowed to do as he pleases as a Rebel.
March 27, 2013 No Comments
Louisville remains the favorite to win the national championship. According to Bovada Sportsbook, the Cardinals are a 3-1 pick. The rest of the lineup: Florida 15-4; Indiana 5-1; Miami 15-2; Ohio State 8-1; Michigan 11-1; Duke 12-1; Kansas 12-1; Michigan State 14-1; Arizona 18-1; Syracuse 20-1; Oregon 33-1; Marquette 40-1; Wichita State 40-1; LaSalle 66-1; and Florida Gulf Coast 66-1.
March 26, 2013 No Comments
Gonzaga over Southern; Wichita St. over Pitt; Wisconsin over Ole Miss; K-State over play-in winner; Arizona over Belmont; New Mexico over Harvard; Iowa St. over Notre Dame; Ohio St. over Iona; Iowa St. over Ohio St.; New Mexico over Arizona; Wisconsin over K-State; Gonzaga over Wichita St.
Gonzaga over Wisconsin; New Mexico over Iowa St.; Gonzaga over New Mexico for Final 4.
Louisville over NC A&T; Colorado St. over Missouri; Oregon over Okie St.; St. Louis over New Mexico St.; Memphis over St. Mary’s; Michigan St. over Valparaiso; Cincinnati over Creighton; Duke over Albany; Duke over Cincy; Michigan St. over Memphis; St. Louis over Oregon; Louisville over Colorado St.
Louisville over St. Louis; Duke over Michigan St.; Duke over Louisville for Final 4.
Kansas over Western Kentucky; North Carolina over Villanova; VCU over Akron; Michigan over South Dakota St.; UCLA over Minnesota; Florida over Northwestern St.; Oklahoma over San Diego St.; Georgetown over Florida Gulf Coast; Georgetown over Oklahoma; Florida over UCLA; VCU over Michigan; Kansas over North Carolina.
Kansas over VCU; Georgetown over Florida; Georgetown over Kansas for Final 4.
Indiana over play-in winner; NC St. over Temple; UNLV over Cal; Syracuse over Montana; Butler over Bucknell; Marquette over Davidson; Colorado over Illinois; Miami over Pacific; Miami over Colorado; Marquette over Butler; UNLV over Syracuse; Indiana over NC State.
Indiana over UNLV; Miami over Marquette; Miami over Indiana for Final 4.
Miami over Georgetown; Duke over Gonzaga.
Miami 78, Duke 74.
March 20, 2013 No Comments