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ATHLETIC VOICE: Madness launches March 14

ATHLETIC VOICE: Madness launches March 14

By CASEY MUSE JR. Ah, March. This the month in which the weather warms, the plants grow and the nation’s most intense single-elimination sports tournament occurs. The NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament will take place March 14-April 3, with games occurring in venues all across the country. The tournament is an opportunity for 68 […]

BY THE NUMBERS: March Madness

BY THE NUMBERS: March Madness

Compiled by Deanna Sherman 9.2 quintillion* Chances of you filling out a “perfect bracket.” 60 million* Number of Americans who fill out a bracket each year. $1 billion* Amount of money potentially spent on off-book gambling. $1.34 million*** The average cost for a 30-second ad during March Madness in 2012. $100,000*** Payment total that Warren Buffet […]

ATHLETIC VOICE: March brings the Madness

ATHLETIC VOICE: March brings the Madness

By SHAQ DAVIS March Madness has certainly started. It will reach pitch fever on March16 during Selection Sunday, when seeds in the men’s NCAA basketball tournament are revealed. Once games begin on March 18, it is win or go home for the 68 teams competing. For the first few days, there will seem to be […]

ATHLETIC VOICE: The Madness continues

ATHLETIC VOICE: The Madness continues

By ROSE VALENZUELA The three most exciting weeks in NCAA sports are under way: March Madness. The NCAA men’s basketball tournament, better known as March Madness, has been around for 75 years. The tournament is exciting for all who love college basketball and who are ready to see anything and everything that basketball has to […]

Athletic Voice: March Madness goes wild, stay tuned for more

Athletic Voice: March Madness goes wild, stay tuned for more

By Daniel Gaona Multiple buzzer beaters, 15 upsets, 15 games decided by five points or less, four games that went into overtime. I forgot to mention that the overall No. 1 seed Kansas fell in the second round. Wow. There is just no word to describe the first two rounds of March Madness this year. […]