Bracketology: Saturday February 28, 2009

This Bracket is good for games thru Friday, February 27, 2009 Last Four In: Minnesota, Miami (FL), UNLV, Tennessee Last Four Out: Virginia Tech, St. Mary’s, Maryland, Providence EAST 1.Connecticut16.Jacksonville Philadelphia, PA 8.Butler9.Wisconsin 5.Xavier12.Kentucky Portland, OR 4.Washington13.Siena 6.Marquette11.Minnesota Miami, FL 3.Wake Forest14.North Dakota St 7.South Carolina10.BYU Kansas City, MO 2.Missouri15.Stephen F. Austin WEST 1.Duke16.Cornell Greensboro,Continue reading “Bracketology: Saturday February 28, 2009”

Hypothetical Situations that Just Might Happen

We’re going to do something different this week.  Since Selection Sunday is creeping up on us, I’m going to talk about different scenarios that may play out for some bubble teams. Saint Mary’s: Patrick Mills comes back.  A month ago, I thought the season was over for the Gaels when Mills was injured and itContinue reading “Hypothetical Situations that Just Might Happen”

Flying High

There aren’t many teams in the country playing as well as the Dayton Flyers.  After last weeks win over Xavier, they can now stake claim to being the best team in a solid Atlantic 10. At 23-3 overall and 9-2 in conference, this could be the best team out of talented crop in the stateContinue reading “Flying High”

Tiger Rag

It seems like it’s the year of the Tiger in college basketball.  Memphis, Clemson, Missouri, and LSU are all having banner years.  These four schools have set themselves up to have great finishes to the season. The Memphis Tigers are back to their old tricks in Conference USA.  Winners of 14 in a row, includingContinue reading “Tiger Rag”

Leaders of the Pac(k)

Quick, which team is the best team in the state of Washington?  I bet you answered Gonzaga.  You may be correct, but they have a serious challenger in the form of the Washington Huskies.  Lorenzo Romar has his team tied for first in the Pac-10 with wins over USC, UCLA and Arizona St already. LedContinue reading “Leaders of the Pac(k)”