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NCAA Tournament Round of 32 (Day 4) Predictions

Posted on 20 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

The second day of the round of 32 will complete the Sweet Sixteen picture in the 2016 NCAA Tournament. Oregon, Syracuse and Oklahoma seem like the safest teams among the higher seeded ones on this day. Xavier, Maryland, Villanova and Texas A&M should be worried about an upset, just like Notre Dame. More

NCAA Tournament Day 3 Second Round Scores

Posted on 20 Mar, 2016, by in College Basketball

The trend of lower seeds winning didn’t stop on the third day of the NCAA Tournament, but the round of 32 was less about shock. Number one seeds kept on … More

NCAA Tournament – Big 12 Collapses, Upsets Everywhere & Favorites Advance

Posted on 20 Mar, 2015, by in NBA

How to describe the first day of the 2015 NCAA Tournament? All five Texas teams are out, three Big 12 teams lost, two #14 seeds (Georgia State and UAB) advanced while the favorites to reach the Final Four like Kentucky and Villanova, unlike other high ranked programs, didn’t run into too much trouble. More

NCAA Tournament – Day 1 Predictions (Second Round)

Posted on 19 Mar, 2015, by in NBA

The start of the second round (or round of 64) is the actual beginning of the real NCAA tournament, with the first day presenting us, as the number one seeds in the East region (Villanova) and Midwest (Kentucky) kick off their road towards the national championship. Notre Dame, Iowa State, Arizona and North Carolina also begin. More

Upsets in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament

Posted on 23 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

The second day of the NCAA tournament was an even bigger stage of some incredible upsets, including the shocking win by Florida Gulf Coast, appearing in the tournament for the first time ever, beating a number 2 seed and Big East champions, Georgetown, stealing most of the spotlight from others like Ole Miss and La Salle. More

NCAA Tournament Upsets in Second Round

Posted on 22 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

Four upsets, meaning lower seeds being higher ranked teams, occurred on the opening day of the real NCAA tournament, as Harvard pulled off the biggest one with a win over New Mexico, followed by California upsetting UNLV, Wichita State destroying rather easily the Pittsburgh Panthers while Oregon beating Oklahoma State was a shocker considering the seeding, but most people weren’t that surprised. More

March Madness Coffee Break Planner

Posted on 21 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

As we speak, the NCAA tournament is on its way, with 8 games already completed. By the time you read this, the lineup of Thursday games will probably be over, with at least one number 1 seed, Gonzaga, showing everyone how tough it’s going to be, barely beating Southern. More important than the actual score, is planning how to work watching the games on Friday into your schedule. More

2013 NCAA Tournament – Day 1 Predictions

Posted on 21 Mar, 2013, by in NBA

The real first day of the NCAA tournament kicks off with the second round and two number one seeds, Gonzaga and Louisville, beginning their way, hopefully to the Final Four in Atlanta, with games against Southern and North Carolina A&T respectively, hoping not to make 2013 the year in which a 16th seed finally pulled off the biggest upset of them all. More

Wimbledon 2011 – Day 4 in Pictures

Posted on 23 Jun, 2011, by in Photos

Roger Federer had a very comfortable win to end Day 4 of the 2011 Wimbledon tournament, a day which also produced the best match of the tournament between Robin Soderling and Lleyton Hewitt. More

Wimbledon 2011 – Day 3 in Pictures

Posted on 22 Jun, 2011, by in Photos

A few lower seeded players like Stanislas Wawrinka and Fernando Verdasco ended their Wimlbedon experience early today to some surprise. The big guns, primarily Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray, didn’t have too many problems. More