Monday, March 28, 2011

What's Wrong With Kansas, And A Bunch Of Other Teams

Anyone who bet correctly on the NCAA men's basketball tournament shouldn't be wasting time on the office pool--go out and buy a lottery ticket, because it has to be dumb luck.  There's no top seed, or even second seed, in the Final Four.  My guess is the majority of people betting on the event don't have a single team left.

I'm not even going to make a prediction as to how things will turn out, though it would be cool to see VCU make it all the way.


Blogger New England Guy said...

I picked Pitt to win it all (pure homer choice) so have not been paying attention siunce their early exit but I had UConn going to the final 4(they beat Pitt early in the Big East tourney and went on run to to win it despite a low seed) so I hear I am still in the mix.

While upsets make each NCAA more exciting , the idea that the regular season seems more and more meaningless has the opposite effect

3:38 AM, March 28, 2011  
Anonymous Atlanta Roofing said...

Actually it’s the games played “on the field” over a 4 month period. It’s more transparent than some guys in a closed room deciding VCU gets in for unknown reason over an equally crappy team.

10:24 PM, March 28, 2011  

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