Ncaa Basketball Tournament 2013

Ncaa Basketball Tournament 2013 has been talked about a lot lately. Here the latest info.


7 April 2013 | 2:36 am Wichita State’s Carl Hall (22) and Louisville’s Russ Smith vie for the loose ball during the second half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game, Saturday, April 6, 2013 , in Atlanta.

NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament Results and Schedule

7 April 2013 | 1:35 am Results and schedule for the 2013 National Collegiate Athletic Association mens basketball tournament . All times Eastern.

Huskies believe they’re ready to avert failures vs. Irish

7 April 2013 | 12:22 am UConn’s Stefanie Dolson, facing, hugs teammate Caroline Doty following their 83-53 victory over Kentucky in the elite eight round of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. on Monday, April 1, 2013 .

NCAA Tournament 2013: Schedule for Final Four –

6 April 2013 | 4:00 pm After two weeks of exaltation and heart ache, the NCAA Tournament heads to its biggest stage to determine who will play for the NCAA title.

CIT basketball tournament 2013 results: East Carolina, Weber State …

31 March 2013 | 2:08 am The 2013 Tournament final is set.

NCAA basketball tournament 2013: Game time, TV schedule for …

30 March 2013 | 5:00 pm Marquette mastered Syracuse's 2-3 zone once this year. Which team will win the last matchup between two teams headed to different conferences with a trip to the Final Four on the line?


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    • Curator says:

      This is solely based on recruitment: KENTUCKY: Because John Calapari is a great coach and so far Kentucky has signed 5 of the top 11 NCAA recruits in the land. Also the #1 recruit, Andrew Wiggens, is undecided with Kentucky as an option. I would not be surprised if Nerlens Noel holds off on the NBA draft because of his ACL injury but it is not likely.
      LOUISVILLE: Only one senior will not be returning next year. Unfortunately that player is Peyton Siva. However there is Russ Smith who has been putting the team on his back throughout the tournament.
      OHIO STATE: Their recruiting is doing pretty well. Also DeShaun Thomas and Aaron Craft are returning for one final season. Finally the Buckeyes are always in the mix and they will this year.
      DUKE: Duke will need a great recruiting class if they even want to be know as the best. Well they have that. Not to mention some unknown bench warmers getting the call to start. Seth Curry, Ryan Kelly, and Mason Plumlee are all leaving. Duke has some bright talents in Josh Hairston and Quinn Cook. Jabari Parker of Chicago’s Simeon High School will join the Blue Devils as a freshmen next year. He is ranked #2 on the ESPN 100.
      INDIANA: The Hoosiers have most of their stars returning. Players such as Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller. Indiana will most likely be in the top 5.

      Final Four Teams: Louisville, UNC, Michigan St., and Kentucky.
      The chances of the final four teams making it are very slim. You can’t decide without even watching the season.

  • Grayson B. says:

    Will Notre Dame Sr. Forward Jack Cooley Have An NBA Career? POSTED at Basketball — Yahoo! Answers

    from Notre Dame SMC Student Observer NEWSPAPER coverage of Friday 3/22/2013 game — at

    No. 7-seeded Notre Dame (25-10, 11-7 Big East) claimed an 18-14 lead with 11:18 remaining in the first half on a jumper by senior forward Garrick Sherman — the Irish frontcourt scored 15 of the team’s 23 first-half points — and mustered just five points the rest of the stanza as one turnover followed another for a total of 14 by halftime.

    “With 14 [turnovers] in the first half, it’s hard to stop them from scoring easy ones with that many turnovers,” senior forward Tom Knight said.

    Fellow senior forward Jack Cooley, playing in his final collegiate game, struggled to make a meaningful impact for Notre Dame, a trend that began earlier this month at Marquette and culminated in a temporary second-half benching by Brey once the contest was out of hand.

    After recording 18 double-doubles in the first 28 games, Cooley notched just one in the season’s final seven games to close out his Irish career.

    The loss to the Cyclones (23-11, 11-7 Big 12) marked the third consecutive year that a 10-seed has eliminated Notre Dame from the NCAA tournament

    10 points for best analysis and prediction

  • Blake M says:

    If I Am Not Paid In Full From A Basketball Bracket Pool Can I Sue? Ok, here is the background. I am a huge college basketball fan and every year I enter into a basketball ‘capture pool’ for the tourney. The cost is $25 per team, and there are 64 teams. Each participant is randomly assigned a team. The way you move on in the tournament if your team is the favorite, they must cover the spread for you to win. If your team is the underdog, then they must beat the spread or win. For example, this year I got Louisville. In the first round, they were favored by 26.5 points. They won by 30+ so therefore I moved on. In the second round, they were favored by 11 points. They won by 26, so I moved on. Participants in the pool get paid if you make it to the sweet 16 and prizes increase if you go farther. If you don’t make it to the sweet 16, you don’t win anything. So today, I asked the guy who runs the pool (I don’t personally know him – he runs it through a website; he is a friend of my parents) what the prizes are for each round if you make it there (I asked anonymously through the chat on the website) and he said this: “Some have already asked where the payouts are located. The answer is that they are not posted at all. Payments are not posted as they may change based on collecting money. As noted in the rules, payouts may be reduced if all monies are not paid in accordingly.” To me this means that if someone doesn’t pay, the prizes are reduced. About half of the people have paid for their teams (he has the paid entries highlighted in green) and that includes me. I paid before the tournament even started. Will I be able to sue if I end up winning and don’t receive all of the money I am entitled to just because some of the entries didn’t pay? Please help! Thanks!
    it is not illegal if 100% of the paid entries are given out in prizes to the winners. it would be illegal if the guy running the pool kept a profit from it. since all of the proceeds are being paid back to the winners, it is legal.

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