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Jimmer being Jimmer

March 24, 2011 by

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I’m gonna to miss you Jimmer. Please get drafted by the Dubs. -The Don

More From the Tourney Guru: The East Region

March 15, 2011 by

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The East region starts play today with a play-in game for the 12-seed and the right to play West Virginia. In this game, I have ACC representative Clemson defeating the UAB Blazers. This region features number 1 overall seed, Ohio St. and a lot of other teams that are very competitive. I think Ohio St. […]

756sports’ Bracketology: The Southeast Region

March 15, 2011 by

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Don’t let the “First Four” fool you, the Madness has not officially begun. You still have two days to put aside all the other priorities in your life and slave over your bracket. 756sports  is here to help and will start off by breaking down the Southeast bracket which is led by #1 seed Pittsburgh, […]

The Gaels are F*cking Out

March 14, 2011 by

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68 teams were named to the NCAA tournament bracket yesterday and the Gaels of St. Mary’s from the WCC was not one of them. Late season losses and an inability to stop conference power, Gonzaga, kept the Gaels out of the bracket and burst their bubble. Every tournament field will have its critics and doubts […]

756sports’ Tourney Teams to Watch

March 11, 2011 by

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1. Kansas University: KU went 30-2 this year and is currently ranked #2 in the polls. Their only losses were to Texas and Kansas State during league play, while having impressive wins over Arizona, Memphis, Mizzou (2x), and Texas A&M. The Jayhawks offensive attack is led by the Morris twins (Marcus 17.3 ppg 7 rpg, […]

Is Tom Holmoe a Racist or Just Terrible at Winning?

March 7, 2011 by

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  Despite having a chance to take the lead with under a minute left, USF could not quite live up to my guarantee last night, and fell 71-67 to the Zags. Congrats to USF for a much improved year, but now it is time to look for a new team to root for in March. […]

Zags WCC Dominance Ends Tonight

March 6, 2011 by

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USF! USF! USF! That’s right, San Francisco has a D-1 basketball team and for the first time in awhile, they are good. In fact, they are primed to beat Gonzaga for the second time this year.  The number three-seed Dons got the monkey off their back last night by beating Pepperdine for the first time […]