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NCAA Tournament 2014: Field is set for 'March Madness' (+video)

Christian Science Monitor - 16 Mar 2014
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has selected 68 Division 1 schools to participate in its annual "March Madness" basketball tournament and this year's field could produce a champion from almost anywhere. Skip to next paragraph. Related ...
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Huskers have look of tournament team

Grand Island Independent - 21 Jan 2018
It hasn't been pretty. Last year the Huskers got off to a 3-0 start in the Big Ten. They finished at 6-12. That's been fairly typical of the Husker program in recent years, with the exception of 2014 when Nebraska went to the NCAA Tournament. But there ...
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Everything You Need To Know About No. 1 Villanova At UConn

Hartford Courant - 19 Jan 2018
No.1 Villanova at UConn. Site: XL Center. Time: Noon, Saturday. TV: CBS (Ian Eagle, Bill Raftery). Radio: WTIC AM-1080, WILI-AM 1400, WELI-AM 960, WGCH-AM 1490. (Joe D'Ambrosio, Wayne Norman). Series history: Villanova, 33-31. Last meeting: UConn, 77 ...
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Canes Hoops: How many ACC teams will be dancing this March?

State Of The U - 21 Jan 2018
Seven teams from the conference advanced that season, and the number was only that low because Louisville self-imposed a postseason ban that March. In 2015, when only six teams made the dance, the criteria for selection was seemingly tougher, as any ...
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'Road Warriors' win again, upset #25 Rutgers in Piscataway

1011now - 22 Jan 2018
Rutgers slipped to 17-5 overall and 5-3 in the Big Ten with its second straight loss since being mentioned as the No. 15 seed in the first NCAA Tournament Seed Selection announcement on Thursday. Nebraska's victory marked its second straight win over a ...
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Do Preseason Rankings Predict NCAA Tournament Success?

HERO Sports (blog) - 11 Jan 2018
Preseason and weekly polls exist purely for entertainment purposes. They are not an accurate assessment of the state college basketball, mean nothing outside of perception and are not used as an evaluation tool by the NCAA Tournament selection ...

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