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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Articles tagged: NCAA tournament 2012

Omaha fifth-grader Max Kohll’s NCAA pool squashed by principal

Fifth-grader Max Kohll did something that’s going to take place in nearly every office across the country this month: He organized an NCAA bracket pool between him and his buddies at Columbian Elementary in Omaha. $5 buy-in. Winner gets half the pot. Second- and third-place splits whatever is left. It was very entrepreneurial of him,…Read More

NCAA Tournament tips for picking your March Madness brackets

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, we can offer you some outstanding NCAA Tournament tips for your March Madness brackets. Keep in mind that the numbers don’t dictate what will happen, they…Read More

Iona was not last team in NCAA Tournament

Very few college basketball experts thought Iona would make the NCAA Tournament, but the Gaels reached the dance as a 14-seed. Iona went 25-7 in the regular season and but failed to win the MAAC tournament (Loyola, Md. won it), meaning they got in as an at-large team. Surprisingly, NCAA Tournament committee chairman Jeff Hathaway…Read More

Seth Davis picks Belmont to reach Sweet 16

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. This year, CBS college basketball analyst Seth Davis expects Belmont to be one of those teams. During the CBS Selection Show Sunday, Davis said “I like Belmont as my…Read More

Joe Lunardi’s Bracketology correctly picked 67 of 68 NCAA Tournament teams

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 Tournament teams. Even though that is the case, ESPN Bracketologist Joe Lunardi did an excellent job with his predictions, and we must recognize that. Lunardi…Read More

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