Ncaa Tournament

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    Dayton Flyers #7

    An up and down season for one of the best teams in the A-10. The Flyers, led by Charles Cooke, will look for the upset in the first round.

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    A guide to March Madness

    Deep analysis for each of the 68 teams that earned an invitation to the Ncaa tournament: strength, weakness, prospects and so much more.

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    Princeton Tigers #12

    Princeton had a rough start of the season before dominating the Ivy League to overcome Harvard and Yale for a spot in the Ncaa tournament.

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    Northwestern Wildcats #8

    One of the most interesting teams in the Big Ten, with a deep roster and good size overall, reached the Ncaa tournament for the first time in history.

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    Creighton BlueJays #6

    The BlueJays were rolling until Maurice Watson injury crushed their hopes. But in the Big East tournament they looked like they were back on track.

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    Minnesota Golden Gophers #5

    Pitino Jr proved he can get away from his father's shadow. Minnesota had a great season and reached the tournament to be a player.

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    Oregon Ducks #3

    Oregon has the best roster in the university history and is a serious candidate for the Final Four. Will the Ducks make it?

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    Notre Dame Fighting Irish #5

    Bonzie Colson has been playing the best basketball of his life and Notre Dame was trouble for everyone in the ACC, top teams included.

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    West Virginia Mountaineers #4

    No team wants to play the Mountaineers' full court press, as usual.But someone will have to deal with their nightmarish defense.

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    Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders #12

    The Blue Raiders tasted blood in 2016 and want more in 2017. The bracket busters are back, and are here pull a few upsets and spread chaos

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