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NCAA Tournament Team Logos Explained (cont.)

Among your more unusual endangered species – the red headed, boot-footed, large billed, blue tailed hawk.

Seton Hall's meaningless buzzer-beating 3 broke the hearts of Las Vegas bettors

The first weekend of the NCAA tournament was full of buzzer-beaters, nail-biters and upsets.

It also had one of the most brutal beats we’ve seen in a long time. 198 more words


NCAA Basketball: Re-seeding the Sweet 16

This year’s March Madness has been extremely entertaining, to say the least. From the first ever (men’s) 16-seed beating a 1-seed to the triumph of… 1,671 more words


Bill Self's Backup: From 14 to Sweet 16

I wrote an e-book called “14: A Look at the Kansas Jayhawks Historic Big 12 Streak.” This book looks back at the impressive 14-year streak, comparing how “easy” things seemed to be for the previous 13 teams and how hard the journey was for this year’s squad. 2,213 more words

College Basketball

Tony Bennett Will Win a National Title, Eventually

The only predictable thing about the famously unpredictable NCAA Tournament is the Grand Conclusions it inspires based on the results of a playoff that is designed for maximum chaos. 550 more words


Kansas Survives Seton Hall... Could They Win it All?

-The Kansas Jayhawks barely survived the Seton Hall Pirates, outlasting them in a phenomenal game by the final score of 83-79.  Hats off to anybody who had the over and Seton Hall at +4.5, what an incredible bet to pay off. 516 more words

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Kansas escapes with a win over Seton Hall

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Kansas Jayhawks are the second No. 1 seed to advance to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship. 206 more words