I had Georgetown in the final game. Excuse me for assuming that the most polished, versatile wing player in the country would be able to lead one of the Big East's best squads past a team from Florida comprised entirely of dudes recruited at a Spring Break slam dunk contest. I was wrong. I'm glad I was.
It's that time of the year, ya'll. Bracket time! The time we celebrate the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament by scrutinizing, analyzing and hypothesizing each of its impossibly unpredictable outcomes. I offer you these helpful hints. @JoeBianchino
They say never go to bed angry. But they also say it's best to cool down and not speak from anger. I've chose to ignore both pieces of advice. Why? Because despite the general disarray of all of my brackets, one was alive - if Kentucky could beat UConn, I'd win the money. Then the game happened. And the general lousiness with which the game was played got my blood boiling a bit. So I went to bed, tried to cool down. Didn't work.
How's my bracket random Sports Center host? Gee, I don't know. But since when I created the bracket I had yet to have my Screech Powers struck by lighting and go clairvoyant moment (who remembers that episode?) let's just say: I chose, poorly.
Certain sporting events are must see television. They’re looked forward to, prognosticated about, ritualized and analyzed. What are these events? To some it may be opening day of the baseball season. Not for me, I’m not that interested in Blue Jays-Indians in what basically represents watching the first 10 steps of a marathon. Here’s my list of the top five sporting events.
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