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Old 03-16-2007, 11:06 PM   #226
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Some great games earlier today. My bracket is doing well. I just need to pray for louisville over A and M.
I think I picked Wright State to the Sweet Sixteen in one of my brackets.
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Old 03-16-2007, 11:10 PM   #227
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WOW! Did anybody see the VT/Ill game? OMG my heart stopped beating for those last 30 seconds.
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Old 03-16-2007, 11:33 PM   #228
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They should create a drinking game for every time Dante Cunningham double takes or dribbles with the ball right underneath the basket.
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WOW! Did anybody see the VT/Ill game? OMG my heart stopped beating for those last 30 seconds.
I did. I've seen everything. I've been on my couch since 9am PT. I like March Madness, you could say.



Nova/Kentucky still close. Holy Cross hanging around. Arkansas too.

I wish Gus Johnson could call every close game.
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I did. I've seen everything. I've been on my couch since 9am PT. I like March Madness, you could say.

That's awesome! I've been flipping radio stations and checking scores online. Here they even play the games at the grocery store over the intercom!!!

I like MM too
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WOW! Did anybody see the VT/Ill game? OMG my heart stopped beating for those last 30 seconds.
Being an old Virginia girl, I was glad to see the Hokies top Illinois. My Purdue Boilermakers won tonight, too.
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I'm a Virginia fan, because when I was a kid, Ralph Sampson was there and I was fascinated by his height. Been a fan ever since. Glad to see them back in the tourney and getting a win.
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This was Virginia Tech tonight--but UVA is even closer to my heart!
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Nice to see former Providence coaches and players are 3-0 in the tourney so far and yet our current Providence coach sits at home after a first round NIT loss. Thanks Tim Welsh. Thanks so much.
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This was Virginia Tech tonight--but UVA is even closer to my heart!
Being a Hokie, I usually don't cheer for UVA, but I was happy they won too. Although...I expected them to win, that was a pretty easy team to defeat I think.
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this tournament has sucked so far, and not just because my attempt to be clever with the committee's shitful job of seeding has completely blown up in my face. i never win this shit anyway... i finished second once. i can sit and watch hundreds and hundreds of college games all year long, like i do, and still lose to someone who picked their bracket 'cause of the pretty colors on the uniforms. it's the nature of the beast. so i don't really care about that... i just want some drama.

upsets? none. winthrop doesn't count as an upset 'cause they shouldn't have been that low a seed in the first place.

buzzer beaters? none.

of the 32 first round games, 9 of them were decided by a single digit margin. and of those 9, only 4 were one posession games.

worst... first round... ever...
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I'm 82% on my bracket so far...second best in my pool, down by a point. And none of my sweet 16 teams are out, while everyone else has at least Duke going to the 16. Woo-hoo!

I agree that there was some questionable seeding. But I also think the games have been a combination of shitty playing by some teams and fiery playing by the lower-seeded teams. It really is true that in most of the games so far, the lower-seeded team took the lead early on. It seems like all of the seed-underdogs are fired up this year.......they just can't all hold on for the whole game.
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[B]Texas really got the lion's share of the calls. That was the most lopsided officiating I've seen so far.
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i hate tu, so i'm biased but its been this way all year. durant gets the jordan rules, you breath on him at its a foul.
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i can sit and watch hundreds and hundreds of college games all year long, like i do, and still lose to someone who picked their bracket 'cause of the pretty colors on the uniforms.
I don't remember the last time over-analysis of teams/match-ups has been correlated with bracket success.
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I loved seeing one of the gaurds on UNLV hold a gaurd on GT for 5 seconds closely gaurded. That was the best play of the first round.
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