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NCAA Tournament

Tips For Your NCAA Bracket

by Drew Casey

Flickr: Creative Commons- Wasim Muklashy

By: Thomas Scibelli

For college basketball fans, Christmas falls in March. Seeing the bracket revealed and printing ten out to practice is much more enjoyable than opening up any Christmas present. As people fill out their bracket, they will be faced with many questions: How many first round upsets do I pick? Will a 12 seed beat a 5 seed again? How far can I have a Cinderella go? Who wins it all? While we can break it down all we want, everyone knows you can’t exactly predict the games flawlessly. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t try to give ourselves the best chance to win as possible. So without further ado, here are some teams from each tier that you should be thinking about when filling out your bracket.

Reflection from a Ram

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Fordham Athletic Department

By: Abigail Corning

The dream began in second grade when I told my teacher that I would one day play Division One basketball.  And now, my career has come to an end.  How does one move on from something that has been the center of their life for over a decade?  Here’s my plan.

Weekend in Waco

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

Jake Kring-Schreifels

 

My voice is still hoarse. My eyes are still groggy. I am still reeling with a weekend hangover that’s filled with nostalgia and some withdrawal. The culprit, however, hasn’t been alcohol intoxication. It’s been three days in Waco, Texas capped by a heartbreaking one-point loss in the first round of the women’s NCAA tournament.

Madness with the Master

by James Passarelli

15 seeds over 2 seeds.  13 seeds over 4 seeds.  Is a 12-over-5 even considered an upset anymore?  And how about that A-10 making a strong showing?  There's always plenty to talk about in the middle of March, and this year is turning out to be especially entertaining.