March Madness 2015

March Madness 2015


The 2015 NCAA tournament is already three rounds deep into action as we have experienced a fair share of upsets, compelling storylines and, most importantly, truly great basketball.

The college hoops battle began one week ago with a total amount of 68 teams and now only 16 remain. The madness will take a 3-day breather before revamping on Thursday with the regional semifinals. Winners of those games will comprise the Elite Eight and take one step closer to a national title.

The following are a few predictions for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight contests with region-by-region picks for the Final Four.

Kentucky’s dominance is likely to join that the-ocean-is-blue category very soon.

Cincinnati played the Wildcats tough in the third round, but John Calipari’s team was never in any real danger. UK is too deep, too big and too darn good for anyone in this region.  West Virginia picked up a really nice win over Maryland on Sunday night, 69-59, but the fifth-seeded Mountaineers’ journey is likely to come to a screeching halt on Thursday. WVU doesn’t rebound particularly well—Devin Williams is the only player who averages more than 5.7 boards—and has proved unable to consistently knock down trey-bombs.

After waxing West Virginia, Kentucky will get the winner of Notre Dame-Wichita State, which will undoubtedly be a great game between two teams with chips on their shoulders. The Fighting Irish and Shockers have both been must-see TV throughout the tourney, but neither have the depth to dethrone Kentucky.

Xavier has had a relatively smooth road to the Sweet 16—the Musketeers first beat down Ole Miss and then outslugged a potential Cinderella in 14th-seeded Georgia State. But that road is about to get real bumpy, real fast.

An Arizona team that’s hitting its stride will likely overpower Xavier with relative ease. Matt Stainbrook will have his hands full down low with 7-footer Kaleb Tarczewski, while Stanley Johnson, Brandon Ashley and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson will get out and start assaulting rims on the break.

Barring an otherworldly upset, the Wildcats will then face the winner of UNC-Wisconsin. The Tar Heels matchup well with the Badgers…except for one spot. Kaminsky will be the difference-maker in this game. If he can get Wisconsin’s offense clicking, the Heels might be in for a long night.

With the top two seeds—No. 1 Villanova and No. 2 Virginia—already bounced, this region is anyone’s for the taking.

NCAA College Tournaments

NCAA College Tournaments

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Louisiana Tech    +3.5   143o

Texas A&M    -3.5   143u


Louisiana-Monroe    +4.5  130o

Mercer     -4.5   130u


Cleveland State    -3  140o

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