... and Wichita State Shockers, in that order, do ok.
Fri 21 Mar, 2014 08:17 pm
Yes ... isn't it awesome!!
Yeah. You are right. The tourney is great for being truly unpredictable.
Sun 23 Mar, 2014 06:12 am
Late to participation in this thread. Never too late to root for my home team.
A good day in Michigan sports.
It would be something if the Michigan State Spartans won the tournament. That would go nicely with the schools Rose Bowl win this year. However. My blood tends to run blue from the Wolverine fan in me.
Go Green, Go White.
Don't count Huskies out....by any means. I think the spread is at 6-6.5 pts, by the odds makers. Never seen an odds maker take a shot on a court, though. CT Coach K is one of the best there is, plus this guard Shabazz Napier is playing out-of-his-mind. I think that the first 5 minutes will determine how things go. If Huskies gets the Gator forwards in early foul trouble, then it's doom and gloom for Gators.
My cousin's son is named Gator (by himself) and we rarely speak of him more formally as he pushes on in age. I admit not remembering quite why he picked it, except as an antidote to his proper name. It still fits.
Mon 7 Apr, 2014 07:38 am
Awesome year for UConn. Both the men's and the women's teams are once again in the championship!
Mon 7 Apr, 2014 07:49 am
Oh gawd! No one called me on my stupid mistake. Coach K is Duke's coach, of course. Ollie is Huskies coach. And what a coach he is!.
Oh gawd! No one called me on my stupid mistake. Coach K is Duke's coach, of course. Ollie is Huskies coach.
((hugs)) We forgive you Ragman.
Mon 7 Apr, 2014 12:58 pm
How did I miss this thread?
Anyway. I'm a big Gator rooter but they didn't seem up to the task.
They did beat Kentucky twice but coach Calipari is an ace at preparing his teams for March Madness.
U con beat the Gators earlier in the year so they deserve a spot in the finals.
No dog in this fight but I'd love to see both Uconn teams win.