Michigan State and Michigan would not play each other in the NCAA Tournament unless both teams advanced to the finals, but that doesn’t mean their fans aren’t paying attention to one anoth
Michigan State and Michigan are on opposite sides of the NCAA Tournament draw, so they won’t face each other unless they make it to the championship game.
On Tuesday, LB brought you his expert picks for the 2013 NCAA Tournament. As most of you know, the phrase “NCAA Tournament expert” is practically an oxymoron.
This post is sponsored by Dove, which asked us to come up with some of the fresh faces to watch for in this year’s NCAA Tournament.
Upsets are one of the biggest reasons why March Madness is so popular. People love seeing the underdog win even if it means their brackets get torn to shreds.
Greg Ballard, the mayor of Indianapolis, feels confident that Indiana University can win it all this year. Like many other politicians, Ballard filled out his 2013 NCAA tournament bracket this week.
Expert NCAA Tournament picks? Yes, we say that lightly. The truth is the NCAA Tournament is one of the most difficult events in sports to predict.
The gentleman in the photo that you see above is Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. He plays forward for the Charlotte Bobcats, and as many of you know he helped Kentucky win a national championship in 2012.