The Madness so far

As many of you know, the NCAA March Madness begun recently and it’s time to make your NCAA bets. So, here are a few suggestions that might help you choose a team.

 

Texas Tech just beat Texas A&M a few days ago and there was one player that shined out from the rest of them, Mike Singletary. This kid scored 43 points, making 29 points in a row in the second half, alone. That says a lot. He can save the team in such a big way. He can make Texas Tech a possible candidate to reach the finals.

 

How about the West Virginia Mountaineers? Alex Ruoff did a great job to help his team against the Norte Dame Fighting Irish. Ruoff scored 25 points, Devin Ebanks had 17 rebounds and West Virginia built a 36-18 at halftime lead by pushing the Fighting Irish around. Another possible contender to win the championship.

 

All thanks to Dexter Pittman, he led the Texas Longhorns to victory against the Colorado Buffaloes. Colorado didn’t have an answer inside and could never break through against the 2-3 zone deployed by the Longhorns going 4-for-17 from 3-point range. Dwight Thorne II scored 15 to lead the 12th-seeded Buffaloes, who set a new school record with their 22nd loss of the season.

 

The Portland St. Vikings secured a bid to the NCAA tournament, by winning in the Big 12. The Vikings repeated as conference champions and clinched their second consecutive NCAA tournament berth. The Vikings made their NCAA tournament debut a year ago and drew Kansas, the eventual national champion, in the first round. This time they have more experience and know what they’re doing.

 

So far, these are teams that are playing their heart out. Teams like these are the ones you have to check out and place your NCAA bets on. You could have a great team, but strategy and organization counts as well. Don’t hesitate to place your NCAA bets in this March Madness.

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~ by Pay Per Head Sportsbook on March 31, 2009.

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