Duke Remains Favorite in Updated 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament Odds Ahead of Sweet 16

One of the most predictable opening weekends in NCAA Tournament history is in the books and now the Sweet 16 is set. All #1, #2, and #3 seeds are still alive, comprising two-thirds of the remaining field. Add in two #4 seeds, a #5, and the Pac-12 Tournament champ Oregon (a #12), and the CinderellasContinue reading “Duke Remains Favorite in Updated 2019 NCAA Men’s Tournament Odds Ahead of Sweet 16”

Purdue’s Issac Haas (Elbow) Will Miss Rest of NCAA Tournament

Devastating news hit the Purdue¬†Boilermakers on Friday in the former of injury. Senior center Isaac Haas will miss the remainder of the NCAA Tournament because of a fractured right elbow that was sustained in Purdue’s 74-48 Round of 64 win over the Cal State Fullerton Titans on Friday. The 7’2 senior appeared to fall hardContinue reading “Purdue’s Issac Haas (Elbow) Will Miss Rest of NCAA Tournament”

VIDEO: Sam Dekker’s Incredible Dagger Three-Pointer

Sam Dekker was straight fire from three tonight for the Badgers, as 15 of his career high 27 points came exclusively from the three point range. Dekker’s most unlikely three that went down, however, was more the one that sealed the game for the Badgers, as the arch on this three-point bomb was straight upContinue reading “VIDEO: Sam Dekker’s Incredible Dagger Three-Pointer”

Badgers Catch Fire in Second Half Powering 85-78 Win Over #2 Arizona

Sam Dekker was playing NBA 2K15 with three-point sliders up today. With the Badgers down 33-30 at the half to the Arizona Wildcats, the Badgers outscored the Wildcats 55-45 in the second half Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker were a two man show tonight, as the Badgers are headed to their second straight Final FourContinue reading “Badgers Catch Fire in Second Half Powering 85-78 Win Over #2 Arizona”

Dekker’s Double-Double Leads #1 Wisconsin Past #4 North Carolina 79-72

The Wisconsin Badgers haven’t went from ‘Sweet, to ‘Elite’ as they defeat the North Carolina Tar Heels in the Sweet Sixteen by the score of 79-72. The Badgers will be advancing the Elite Eight for the 4th time in School History, and for the 2nd straight year. The Badgers were able to ride Sam DekkerContinue reading “Dekker’s Double-Double Leads #1 Wisconsin Past #4 North Carolina 79-72”

#1 Wisconsin Escapes #8 Oregon 72-65

For the 2nd straight year, the Wisconsin Badgers have knocked off the Oregon Ducks. The last time around, the Badgers had Ben Brust and a healthy Traveon Jackson. The Badgers found themselves down 15 at the half, but a second half surge by the Badgers lead them to the 85-77 win. Today’s Badgers victory hadContinue reading “#1 Wisconsin Escapes #8 Oregon 72-65”

#7 Wichita State Upsets #2 Kansas 78-65

22 years. That’s the number of years that the Wichita State Shockers spent waiting for a chance to play the Kansas Jayhawks. Jayhawks head coach Bill Self refused from several years to have his Jayhawks play the Shockers, but when they match-up in the tournament today, even if Self didn’t mean as a diss toContinue reading “#7 Wichita State Upsets #2 Kansas 78-65”

#7 Michigan State Upsets #2 Virginia 60-54

The ACC has lost their first team this tournament, as the Virginia Cavaliers fall to the hands of the Michigan State Spartans by the score of 60-54. Michigan State has beaten Virginia the last two years in the tournament, and Tom Izzo is now 13-1 in the round of 32, which is the best recordContinue reading “#7 Michigan State Upsets #2 Virginia 60-54”

#1 Wisconsin Cruises Past #16 Coastal Carolina

#16 seeds are still win-less versus #1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament thanks to the Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky Wildcats, Villanova Wildcats, and the Duke Blue Devils. The Badgers were the final one seed to take down their #16th seed opponent, as they knock off Coastal Carolina by a score of 86-72. The Badgers once againContinue reading “#1 Wisconsin Cruises Past #16 Coastal Carolina”

R.I.P Brackets Worldwide (NCAA First Day Recap)

Yup, after the first day of March Madness you might as well take these brackets and burn them because they can’t get any better. Many brackets (including mine) was done after the second game (yeah, thanks Iowa State) and some were done moments later with Georgia State defeated Baylor in the third game of theContinue reading “R.I.P Brackets Worldwide (NCAA First Day Recap)”

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