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Ohio State and Syracuse lurking, IMO, way too low.
The first weekend of the NCAA tournament is about upsets, buzzer-beaters and TV cameras finding players' moms in the stands. The second weekend is about finding the true championship contenders and TV cameras finding coaches' wives in the stands. So now that we have applauded the Lehigh Engineers for performing a Krzyzewskectomy on the tournament, let's get to the top order of business: Making sure the best team doesn't win.
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I don't see how Indiana wins this game, unless Anthony Davis gets hurt running headfirst into Michael Kidd-Gilchrist's knee.
is my favorite part
That was pretty good.
This is priceless:
ESPN analyst Bob Knight apparently loathes Kentucky coach John Calipari so much that Knight won't even say "Kentucky," though I'm sure if we tap Knight on the shoulder and ask him politely, he will reconsider. You go first.
Carolina still the biggest threat. Only team from a talent standpoint that can stand toe to toe with UK. UK could actually play a good game and still lose to UNC. They're that good.
But how healthy Kendall Marshall is from here on out is also a big factor. Most important player on that team by far.
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