The second weekend of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has ended and with it comes the March Madness Final Four: Kentucky, Duke, Wisconsin, and Michigan State.
Saturday's results in the 2015 March Madness NCAA basketball tournament saw two teams qualify for the Final Four in Indianapolis. The Kentucky Wildcats, with a victory over Notre Dame, claimed one spot in the national semifinals while the Wisconsin Badgers, with a win over Arizona, claimed another.
It's already been broken down from an odds makers perspective, but after the Kentucky Wildcats ran roughshod over the West Virginia Mountaineers, it's expected for them to do pretty much the same thing to Notre Dame.
We already know that the World Cup is one of the biggest sports people place bets on, but 2015 March Madness and the Super Bowl are right behind it, and a lot, I mean a whole lot, of money is lost and won during this.
The 2015 NCAA March Madness basketball tournament continued on Friday night as eight teams took to the courts in four games. For the most part, the seedings held up however one lower seed managed to advance to this weekend's regional finals.
The 2015 NCAA March Madness tournament resumed on Thursday night as eight teams took to the courts to try and make their way through the round of sixteen. The night of action did not feature a close game nor did it feature an upset as the higher seed won each of the four match-ups.
From its start on Tuesday with the First Four, the 2015 NCAA men’s basketball tournament has not disappointed. Just like the tournaments of the past few years, this year’s edition provided plenty of upset action as the Second Round got underway on Thursday and Friday.
The final week of play in college basketball prior to the NCAA tournament featured some feverish action in conference tournaments around the nation. The country’s top-ranked team concluded a perfect regular season with an SEC tournament title while a coaching legend finally makes it back to the Big Dance