Every year, during the month of March (and apparently a couple days into April) a condition afflicts many Americans.
If Doc Brown is going to stick his reputation behind his NCAA tournament bracket, then you know it has to be legit.
The NCAA tournament expanded to a 68-team field this year meaning there are four play-in games.
Is anyone really an expert when it comes to filling out an NCAA Tournament Bracket? The answer is no.
Beginning with Selection Sunday, you have been flooded with nonstop analysis, predictions, previews, expert picks, and more regarding the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
We’re running a pool here at LBS full of prizes that you can join, and the scoring will be pretty standard.
If you’re like many people, you try to enter as many March Madness bracket contests for the NCAA tournament as possible.
Every year, no matter how large the field is, there will always be teams that complain about being left out.