NCAA Tournament Brackets Set!!!! March Maddness Begins

Kentucky is the Overall No. 1 Seed in the 2012 NCAA Men’s College Bracket Tournament and it will be a crazy one. Check out all the matchups!

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NCAA Basketball: No. 4 Syracuse 95 – No. 8 Villanova 77

Syracuse has been on fire this season and they continued their success last night. Six Syracuse players scored in double figures as the Orange rolled over Villanova, 95-77. Scoop Jardin had 16 points off the bench in the big win. Look for Syracuse to move up in the rankings and be closer to sealing a No. 1 seed for March Madness.

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Oklahoma Defeats Syracuse 84-71

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Oklahoma had the lead during the whole game and surprisingly defeated a scrappy Syracuse team quite easily. They were able to contain Devendorf and Flynn to an extent. Blake Griffin dropped 30 points and even hit the side of his face while dunking. Tony Crocker from Oklahoma had a huge game with a career high 28 points. Oklahoma advances to the Elite 8 versus the winner of North Carolina and Gonzaga. The final score was 87-71.

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Louisville Ends Syracuse Road to Big East Championship

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Syracuse has nothing to be mad about even though they lost last night to the Big East Champions, Louisville. They went through 6 overtimes with Connecticut on Thursday, 1 overtime with West Virginia on Friday, and just came up short last night in the championship game. Louisville’s Andre McGee led his team in a big win over the team many thought deserved to win because its tournament wins. Louisville now has a legit chance to win a No. 1 seed in the big dance. Syracuse’s Johnny Flynn was named tournament MVP.

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SYRACUSE BEATS UCONN IN 6-OT’S

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I’m actually upset because I did not see the whole game last night. It was meant to be a great match-up in the Big East Tournament but who would have thought that it would reach 6 overtimes to get a winner? Well Syracuse and Connecticut put on a show for the fans in Madison Square Garden last night. It was close throughout the whole game. Close to the end of the game Syracuse’s Eric Devendorf had a chance to win the game but a controversial call sent the game to overtime. A three pointer by Devendorf was still in his hands, said officials as they reviewed the play. The game was sent into overtime, then a second, then a third, until the game was decided in the sixth overtime period. Syracuse went off and scored 17 in the period and UCONN only put up 7 points and the Orangemen eliminated UCONN from the Big East Tourney 127-117. It was the longest game in big East Tournament history.

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