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NCAA Men’s Basketball: Final Four Roundup in Video

Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse, and Wichita State head to Atlanta, Georgia to compete in the NCAA Final Four. Checkout the video below.

Kentucky Eases It Way to NCAA Final Four

Kentucky Wildcats looked impressive with their win over the Baylor Bears. The 82-70 victory really does not speak the dominance that Kentucky displayed throughout the game. The Wildcats went into the locker room at the Half leading by 20 points. The 42-22 score let the Baylor Bears know they had no chance. The one-seed Kentucky will face theLouisville Cardinals in the NCAA Final Four.

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Zags First 1-Seed To Fall

March Madness claimed its first one-seed when Gonzaga loss to the 9th seeded Wichita State Shockers 76-70. However, this was not the biggest upset in the NCAA Tournament. When 2nd seeded Georgetown Hoyas took an L against the 15th seeded Florida Gulf Coast, it was the biggest upset in the last 5 years. The 78-68 victory by the Florida Gulf Coast will be quite memorable, and the Hoyas will not forget it anytime soon. Seeding is totally irrelevant once you step on the court. You cannot take any team too lightly. They maybe the one team you will be watching if you plan to buy NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Final Four – Championship Game Tickets.

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March Madness Claims Its First Number One Seed Thanks to 4th Seed Louisville

Michigan State Spartans are the first one-seed to fall. 4th seeded Louisville Cardinals advances to the Elite Eight thanks to the horrific shooting of the Spartans. Spartans could not score; in fact, their 44 points scored set a tournament record for the fewest points scored by a one-seed during the shot-clock era. You can credit some great defense by the Cardinals, but the Cards had some help with very poor shooting by the Spartans. Spartans finished the night shooting 28 percent field and the dubious distinction as first number one to fold in this year March Madness.

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Do You Buy Final Four Tickets Now or Later?

March Madness is upon us in a few weeks. NCAA Final Four will be played in the Georgia Dome this year. Atlanta, Georgia will truly rock as only the best teams will make it that far. Okay, there may be few lucky teams that manage to crash the party of all number one seeds making it to the Final Four. It is March Madness. March Madness is a perfect name for a tournament that really will drive you insane if you are predicting who will win a National Title. Bracketology is like rocket science. You do not need to predict where you want to purchase a ticket or find your seating in the Georgia Dome. You can use the picture of the Georgia Dome’s seating to help better select the tickets you want.

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Hoosiers Show Michigan It is not Safe to be No. 1

It is not safe to be the Top ranked team in NCAA Basketball. Top-ranked Michigan Wolverines found out the hard way as the number 3 ranked Indiana Hoosiers defeated the Wolverines 81-73. The most likely scenario the Hoosiers will retake the Top ranking in basketball. The Hoosiers will be number one ranked because, the number 2 ranked Kansas Jayhawks was defeated at home by the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The Cowboys’ 85-80 victory snapped the Jayhawks’ 33-game home winning streak.

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CIAA Men and Women Basketball Tournament 2012 Takes Over Charlotte, NC

Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Tournament kicked-off February 27, 2012, but the festivities along with some great women and men basketball will last until March 3, 2012. It all goes down in Charlotte, North Carolina. This year also represents the 100 year anniversary of the CIAA.

Shaw University Bears are clear-cut favorite to win it all. Shaw finished their season with a 24-2 record and was undefeated in the Conference. They are favored to win it all because of the Conference Player of the Year Malik Alvin. Alvin is averaging over 20 points and he is lights-out from behind the arc with 53 percent three-point shooting percentage. There are few teams that will make it difficult for Shaw to win the tournament, and they are Winston Salem State Rams and Bowie State University Bulldogs.

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North Carolina to the Big Easy or Bust

North Carolina Tar Heels’ basketball team will once again challenge for a national title. The starting five is stacked to say the least. Duke Blue Devils may have something say about how the Tar Heels will do in the ACC. Other than those two teams, the ACC is not basketball conference it once was.

Harrison Barnes has started to live up to the hype he received out of high school. Fans should expect Barnes have monster sophomore season. Barnes will not be the only player that will play an intricate part to the Tar Heels’ success. Tyler Zeller, John Henson, James McAdoo, and the point guard play of Kendall Marshall will have North Carolina looking to finish in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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UConn Huskies Turn Butler’s Hope to Mush and Wins National Title

Kemba Walker and the UConn Huskies would not be denied a National Championship on Monday night. The 53-41 score was enough for Jim Calhoun to become only the fifth coach to win at least three National Titles as he won his third national title. Huskies was the hottest team coming into March Madness, and they rode it all the way to a National title.

The game was not a dogfight; in fact, Butler’s offense was the worst in a National Championship game’s history. It is impossible to imagine that a team can shoot 19 percent a game; however, the Bulldogs did just that. The Huskies played good defense, but it was poor shooting that ultimately led to Butler losing a second consecutive title game. Twelve made field goals for an entire game as a team was the wrong night to have an atrocious shooting night.

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No Moore UConn Huskies

There will be no Maya Moore at UConn as the Huskies’ great saw her great collegian career come to an end with a 72-63 upset defeat at the hands of the 2nd seed Notre Dame. Notre Dame will play the 2nd seed Texas A&M for Women National Title on Tuesday. Many thought the great Maya Moore would be playing for her third consecutive National Championship on Tuesday, but basketball is not scripted; however she did all she could possibly do to get there.

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