Comment on Tourney Brackets

Discussion in 'Sports' started by Pete Richert, Mar 18, 2004.

  1. Pete Richert

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    We don't seem to have much respect for Saint Joe's.

    I had them knocked by Wake Forest, Rodh one ups me with them knocked out by Texas Tech, and Dr. Bob takes the cake by having them knocked out in the first round by number 16 seed Liberty!!!
     
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    Even in Groom's no upset entry, he has Saint Joe's getting beat by Wake Forest!
     
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    On the bracket I did on Yahoo.com I have St. Joe's getting beat by Wake Forest. I also filled out a bracket on CBS.Sportsline.com in addition to the 5 on the ESPN contest. I think all of them are at least slightly different, so maybe I have a chance of at least one of them not being totally destroyed after the first round. :D I don't think I have St. Joseph's getting into the Final Four on any of them, so that would totally mess me up if they prove they can play with the big boys.
     
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    I guess Manhattan beating Florida was the biggest upset on the first day. Florida's coach, Billy Donovan is now the Mack Brown of college basketball. He knows how to get the great recruits, but he can't get them to work together as a team to win the big games. The only other upsets yesterday were Michigan State getting beat by Nevada and Arizona getting beat by Seton Hall (even though Seton Hall had the better seed). I wonder if there will be any big upsets today.

    The most impressive individual performace so far would have to be Syracuse's Gerry McNamara, who hit 9 three-pointers and scored 43 points to help Syracuse beat BYU 80-75.
     
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    Well at least I'm beating the coin. For now.
     

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