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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Elite Eight – Day One

Not surprising the Play -in team #11 UCLA beat #2 Alabama in a close game that went to overtime that UCLA dominated. Of course #1 Gonzaga easily won against #5 Creighton becoming only the third unbeaten team in NCAA history to make it to the Elite Eight. Here are yesterday’s winners and the scores.   …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Elite Eight – Day One

Three of the Women’s number one teams have made it to the Elite Eight, also known as, the Regional Finals. There were three upsets, two biggies and the other not so biggie. In the last game of the night, #6 Texas defeated #2 Maryland in a very close game with the lead bouncing back and …

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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Sweet 16 – Day Two

The Men’s team underdogs keep winning: #12 seeded Oregon State won over #8 Loyola Chicago. The only game that was worth watching was the #15 Oral Roberts – #3 Arkansas match which was tied in the last seconds. At times this game looked more like a football match with pile ons for possession of the …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Sweet 16 – Day Two

The first #1 Women’s team fell yesterday, North Carolina State fell the #4 Indiana in nail biting last seconds finish. In a lesser upset, #2 Texas A&M lost to #3 Arizona in a less than exciting game. In a close game that went to Overtime, #6 Michigan came close to ousting #2 Baylor. Never leading …

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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Sweet 16 – Day One

At this point “March Madness” fits this year’s tournament perfectly. Your bracket is shot. We know it. Ours is, too. A year after the NCAA Tournament was canceled, the madness returned with an opening weekend full of upsets. No. 1 seed Illinois, gone. So is Ohio State. High seeds Texas and Virginia also are out, …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Sweet 16 – Day One

There were only three upsets in the First Round and four in the Second Round and all four first place teams advanced to the Sweet 16. The seeding of the women’s teams is far more consistent with their playing skills. Here are al the winners and scores from the Second Round   Seed School Record …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Second Round – Day Two

There were only three upsets in the first Round and three yesterday. All four first place teams will advance to the Sweet 16.   Seed School Record Score Seed School Record Score Region 8 S. Florida 18 – 3 42 1 S. Carolina* 2 – 2 59 Mercado 5 Iowa* 18 – 9 86 4 …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Second Round – Day One

We are now down to 32 teams and two more day of eliminations. One thing is noticeable, the difference in the number of upset games on the Men’s side as opposed to the number on the Women’s side. In the Round of 64 and 6 upset games in the Regional Quarterfinals, the Men had nine …

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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Regional Quarterfinals- Day 2, Evening

More games. After this the men take a break until March 27 when the Sweet Sixteen begins. Here are this afternoon’s results. I’ll post the scores for the evening games as they finish. #11 UCLA is this year’s Cinderella team coming from he play ins to make it to the Sweet 16 where they will …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Round of 64- Day 2, Evening

This is the last of the heavy lifting. Tomorrow starts the two days second round of games for the women which will cull the teams down to the the Sweet 16. Here are the a scores for this afternoon’s games Seed School Record Score Seed School Record Score Region 10 N. Carolina 13 – 10 …

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NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Regional Quarterfinals- Day 2, Afternoon

Definitely some upsets yesterday. First up, #8 Loyola Chicago trounced #1 Illinois. #11 Syracuse eked (no pun intended) a win past #3 West Virginia. Much to Amondo’s disappointment his #7 Florida (Gators) went down to #15 Oral Roberts. In the final game of the night, #12 Oregon St. literally sent #4 Oklahoma St. walking home. …

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NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament 2021: Round of 64- Day 2, Afternoon

In 2019, ek hornbeck wrote: “Ok, I’ll bite. WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU THINKING GIVING NOTRE DAME AT 30 – 3 A #1 SEED AND SNOOTING UCONN AT 31 – 2?! Bless your hearts (which you’ll recall refers to someone with an Oedipal Conflict in Dixie)!” This year Notre Dame is not playing, neither the …

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