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Do you have your NCAA bracket filled out yet? You'd better hurry. The 2012 NCAA basketball tournament gets underway Tuesday with two of the 'First Four' games. Mississippi Valley State plays Western Kentucky in a 16-seed game in the South Region, while BYU takes on Iona in a 14-seed game in the West Region. Here are 1
The country is rapidly approaching March Madness, an annual celebration of rabid sports fandom and hallowed college tradition. Every year, NCAA fans follow their alma mater or college they’d go to if grades and criminal records didn’t matter from hope and glory to everlasting victory or crushing defeat.
The NCAA basketball tournament is wide-open in a way that no other major American sporting event is. Hence its nickname “March Madness.” But if you were to single out the other distinguishing characteristics of the tourney, they would be the brackets that everyone is so fond of filling out and the fact that a good chunk of the games takes place when folks are supposed to be at work.
Barack Obama didn't take a whole lot of risks when filling out his NCAA Tournament brackets.
The President has all four number one seeds — Duke, Pittsburgh, Ohio State and Kansas — advancing to the Final Four, with Kansas winning it all...