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“Sleeping Beauties” Could Turn into “Cinderella Teams” Come Tourney Time

by T.J. HORGAN The most erratic aspect of sports is the underestimated, “Sleeper Team.” A sleeper (team, players, etc.) is one that is undervalued, but performs at an unexpected level. As the plethora of bracket advice is released, there are … Continue reading

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Bracketology: Three Ways to Pick ‘Em

by PATRICK CARROLL This is the time that college basketball fans crave. It is a time when fans get to witness March Madness and wait in anticipation for the insanity of the NCAA Tournament. With the Division I championship on … Continue reading

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New England Well-Represented in March Madness

by Danny Jaillet BOSTON — What do the Vermont Catamounts, Harvard Crimson, and Connecticut Huskies have in common?  They are all going to take part in the college basketball fan’s nirvana titled March Madness. One team is looking to repeat … Continue reading

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They May Be Underdogs, But Butler Will Be Top Dog On Monday

By: Russell Simon It’s David VS Goliath all over again, two teams, near opposites in every way battling it out to be national champions. For Butler, another chance avenge their loss in last years national championship game, for UConn, a … Continue reading

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With no NFL looming this fall, College Football needs a change

By Tim Langlois Did you fill out a bracket this year? I should probably ask who has been tearing and crossing out their bracket, because of the excitement of all the upsets that this tournament has brought this year. There … Continue reading

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Worst Selection Committee Ever?

by Joseph Kuykendall I wasn’t able to watch the selection show, and when I finally got home and glanced at the bracket, let’s just say I was more than surprised. It wasn’t just the confusing selection of bubble teams, but … Continue reading

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NCAA Tournament: Final Four features two thrilling match-ups on Saturday

By Jared Keene It seems like not too long ago that I was scurrying to fill out my various brackets before the start of the country’s most prestigious basketball tournament. As is the case every year, we’ve seen some epic … Continue reading

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NCAA Tournament: Farokhmanesh downs top-seed Kansas, Villanova bows out as Madness continues

By Jared Keene After a poor second day of the Big Dance, this past weekend’s second-round tilts were sure to be a hot commodity. Not only were the match-ups starting to get better, but those across the country that were … Continue reading

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NCAA Tournament: Second day of March Madness falls short of hype; Cornell and Purdue advance

By Jared Keene Day two of the Big Dance had a lot to live up to. Those who watched the first day of tournament action saw just about everything that makes the NCAA Tournament so darn good. You know, close … Continue reading

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March Madness Time!

By: Alex Reimer March Madness is sport in its truest form. It brings everybody together, from diehard sports shut-ins to casual fans that enjoy watching the big games to the secretary in your office. Everybody fills out a bracket, everybody … Continue reading

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