Only EE for me....Well, there goes one of my final four picks. That didn't take long.
|Happy Monday, everyone! What a fun weekend full of college basketball (unless you're a Purdue fan, or a Kansas fan, or a Duke fan, or a... OK, I'll stop)|
|Let's get right to it.|
|Good morning to everyone but especially to...|
|THE PRINCETON TIGERS...|
|Many Cinderellas made their presence known at this Big Dance.|
|Only one is staying for a Sweet 16 song: The 15-seed Princeton Tigers followed up their shocking 59-55 win over 2-seed Arizona with a 78-63 thumping of 7-seed Missouri.|
|Princeton's win over Missouri was just the second NCAA Tournament win by an Ivy League team against an SEC team. The other one was all the way back in 1942, when Dartmouth beat Kentucky.|
|... AND ALSO A GOOD MORNING TO THE NEW FRONTRUNNERS|
|If your bracket is busted, that's understandable. With 1 seed Purdue losing to 16 seed Fairleigh Dickinson -- the new biggest upset in NCAA Tournament history -- and 1 seed Kansas falling to 8 seed Arkansas, this is just the fifth time only two 1 seeds are in the Sweet 16.|
|Naturally, that makes the 1 seeds remaining -- Alabama and Houston -- the favorites. Check out the rest of the top five favorites to win it all from Caesars Sportsbook:|
|That last team, though, was one of Sunday's biggest winners, writes our Kyle Boone. Furthermore, our Matt Norlander was in Albany to watch UConn dominate, and he says the Huskies are back among college basketball's elite.|
What about the Bruins?Since my bracket is totally trash....I am changing my focus a bit.....I'm predicting that the "Canes" cheerleaders win the Wowser award....doing this with my phone and can't seem to get a pic to download....but they're my favorites!! WOW
Definitely final 4 materialWhat about the Bruins?
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So, what did I win? A coveted “Insider” tag? Make it so, Dan.Well, looks like this bracket challenge is already decided before the Final 4 has even begun what a wild tourney
I would have to think that the highest winning bracket score on most global boards would be really historically low this year right? By a lot?
The more I think about it, that's why I stuck with a liberal arts degree. I can see why it would not necessarily correlate but proving the math on it sounds enormously boring