VCU took out an ad in Monday’s NCAA Tournament special section of the Washington Post where they said they were “back to bust your bracket.
I never seem to have much success at picking March Madness brackets, so my advice is only so-so when it comes to the NCAA Tournament. But thanks to Pregame.
Very few college basketball experts thought Iona would make the NCAA Tournament, but the Gaels reached the dance as a 14-seed.
Aaron Rodgers would be proud. After winning both the West Coast Conference regular season and tournament titles, St. Mary’s is headed to the dance.
Now that’s what I call a proud mama.
You see them on the GameDay set analyzing college hoops games every week, so naturally you’re wondering who they all picked for the NCAA Tournament.
It seems like every year there is at least one low-seeded team to pull off a few upsets and advance further than expected in the tournament.
I’ve often called “Bracketology” a farce because automatic qualifiers and overall records make it easy enough for most sports fans to correctly predict at least 60 of the 68 NCAA Tou