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The 2014 NCAA Tournament comes to an end on Monday night as the champion will be decided to end the college basketball season.
The Final Four tips off on Saturday night and the late game features two very proud college basketball programs that are looking to advance to the national championship game. The Kentucky Wildcats have been here before and they have a young core of talented players that are on a serious roll.
The Final Four is finally here and the best teams in college basketball remain. Many knew that the No. 1 ranked Florida Gators would make it this far in the tournament, but not many believed that their opponent this Saturday would make the cut.
College basketball season will reach its exciting conclusion next Monday night when a national champion is crowned. Handicapping the Hardwood, BangTheBook.com’s groundbreaking and information-filled college basketball betting podcast, reached its exciting conclusion on Tuesday as Adam Burke and Kyle Hunter took to the airwaves for the final episode of the season. T
The 2014 NCAA tournament has become a personal playground for Kentucky head coach John Calipari. Calipari if often criticized for recruiting one and done college basketball players with NBA talent, but you cannot argue with his success.
The 2014 NCAA tournament is a familiar place for the two teams that meet on Sunday afternoon in the Elite Eight. The No. 7 Connecticut Huskies go up against the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans in the East Region with the winner advancing to the Final Four.
The 2014 NCAA tournament is all about the upsets and the underdog teams advancing deep and busting brackets along the way. Everyone brags about picking that low seed that stuns the world. That is not the case for one region of the bracket as the top two seeds have advanced to the Elite Eight.
The 2014 NCAA tournament is down to the Elite Eight and all of the Cinderella’s are all but gone, except for the upstart Dayton Flyers which have become one of the best stories of the tournament.
The 2014 NCAA tournament is down to the Sweet Sixteen and now is the time for the top teams to take to the court for the right to go to the Elite Eight and still have a chance to cut down the nets when the tournament is finished. When the No. 4 Michigan State Spartans tip off against the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers, it will be a battle of two teams that can easily win it all.
The 2014 NCAA tournament always has great games featuring some of the best teams in the country. These games get even better when the teams start to get eliminated, but college basketball fans won’t have to wait for a big game as this weekend, the No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats will do battle with the No. 4 Louisville Cardinals in the biggest game of them all.
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