The NCAA Tournament is upon us. It’s that time of year when phrases like “Cinderella,” “bust your bracket” and “big dance” re-enter our vocabulary.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on April 7th. Selection Sunday is March 16 with the first round played in Dayton, Ohio, March 18-19. Second and third round play takes place March 20-23 in eight different cities.
With the NCAA men's basketball championship game last night and March Madness heading up to it, what a crazy time for everyone involved. An incredible economic boom for related businesses. The businesses around the arenas make money, The arena gets the gate and concession money. The colleges do pretty well too. Beer sponsorships, TV deals, merchandise sales, etc.
Louisville 82, Michigan 76
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night. The victory gave Cardinals' head coach Rick Pitino a second national title in addition to the one he won at Kentucky in 1996, making him the first coach to win a men's
Louisville, the top-overall seed in the 2013 NCAA tournament, advanced to Monday's national title game by rallying past Wichita State.
Louisville 72, Wichita State 68
Reserve Luke Hancock scored 20 points, including several crucial baskets late, and Louisville beat Wichita State, 72-68, in the Final Four of the 2013 NCAA tournament in Atlanta on Saturday...
Louisville overcame a horrifying injury to one of its players and beat Duke in the Midwest Regional final on Sunday to advance to the Final Four.
(1) Louisville 85, (2) Duke 63
Russ Smith scored 23 points and top-seeded Louisville shook off a gruesome injury to one of its players and routed second-seeded Duke, 85-63, in the 2013 NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional final in Indianapolis on Sunday...