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NCAA Bracket Watch: To the Final Four


Rick Pitino knew his role as his Louisville squad bowed down to my eventual national champion, the North Carolina Tarheels. Louisville made it close, only losing by 10 to a team that had been blowing everyone out previously. All I can say is thank God that Lousiville didn’t totally bust my bracket by reaching the Final Four…

Kudos to Memphis and UCLA for handling their business in getting to the Final Four. As far as Kansas, shame on you! You became the fourth No. 1 seed to make the Final Four this year, the first time in history it’s ever happened. The Cinderella Davidson squad lost a close game 59-57. If they win that game, my bracket I think would be in better shape.

As long as the bracket works like it should the rest of the way, I’ll be satisfied with my performance.

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