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ryan_tressler
Ryan Tressler
West Chester, PA
Member (Feb 2009)
103 comments posted


  3 years ago   (4/2/11 7:26 pm)   
 
Brad Stevens strikes again!!!

Lucus18

Lubbock, TX
Member (Feb 2011)
13 comments posted


  3 years ago   (3/28/11 5:05 pm)   
 
Don't stop now, I'm in First place and second place in my pool, need to pick both games correct and a bonus early winner.

Help.

gjd4

Madison, WI
Member (Mar 2010)
45 comments posted


  3 years ago   (3/28/11 8:46 am)   
 
Pete,

You had said that the numbers were pointing to a crazy tourney and that is certainly proving to be true. With 3 more games to play, I am waiting for more "surprises".

THanks for all the hard work and analysis. As my bracket(s) are completely shredded...have been for a while now...I am already looking forward to next year. Starting to feel like a Cubs fan!!

Gary

kbiebel

Riverside, IL
Member (Feb 2009)
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  Posted: 3 years ago   (3/28/11 12:35 am)   
Edited:  17 months ago   (2/18/13 10:04 am)
 
Here are some more crazy numbers for you:

Of the 64- Team era Final Four participants (27 Tournaments), the AP #1 team has made 13 appearances, the AP #2 team has made 12 appearances, and the AP #3 team has made 11 appearances. Not surprisingly, these rank 1,2 & 3.

With Unranked Butler and Unranked VCU reaching the 2011 Final ... more »

ptiernan
Pete Tiernan
Ann Arbor, MI
Editor (Nov 2006)
567 comments posted


  3 years ago   (3/27/11 6:39 pm)   
 
It's official: the 2011 dance is the craziest of all time!:

With VCU's upset of Kansas, the 2011 has now become the maddest tournament of the 64- team era, dating all the way back to 1985. This year's tourney now deviates from perfect high seed dominance by 19.5%, eclipsing the previous high of 18.8% set in 1986. In fact, even if ... more »

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