March Madness is traditionally dominated by the “bluebloods” or the teams that win year after year. Those teams are Kentucky, Kansas, Duke, Villanova, UNC, Louisville, MSU, and Gonzaga. Rarely is there a year without at least one of these eight teams in the Final Four. With a crazy year filled with upsets, will some of these bluebloods be upset in March. Let’s look at the first half of the bluebloods.
Everyone knows that names are made in March. Last year, Jarrett Culver and Ja Morant became household names due to their March heroics. This year, four players look to be the next Kemba Walker, Shabazz Napier, or Gordon Hayward to carry a lesser program to success in March Madness.
Michael Kneuer The Duke Blue Devils are coming off a big win at home against the 8th ranked team in the country, Florida State Seminoles. The Blue Devils defeated the Seminoles 70-65 […]
These three teams are teams that are just good at grinding out wins, or they are just incredibly lucky, either way, they just win games. Baylor looks to stay number one, while Auburn and LSU look to get back to the Sweet Sixteen again, with ambitions of the Final Four.
While March Madness is usually dominated by the “blueblood” programs, I love a good mid-major to make a deep run. While these teams will be shrugged off due to their “Bad Conference”, these teams could find themselves in Atlanta for the Final Four.