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Topic - Ncaa Games
Welcome back to BracketRacket, the one-stop shopping place for all your NCAA needs.
Baylor is six wins from a second straight national championship. But, it's hardly a foregone conclusion this year that the Lady Bears will repeat.
The good news is the NCAA tournament starts Tuesday. The great news is the word bracketology now will disappear for 11 months.
2012 March Madness by the numbers.
One of the oldest adages in sports is that offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships. So while a late-season 98-92 win over the New Jersey Nets could hardly be considered akin to a championship, it does show what can happen when you bring your defense.
The Big East was a bust. The Jimmer lived up to the hype. There are plenty of 10s, 11s and 12s left in the bracket, along with a handful of talented freshmen and a few familiar faces from Tobacco Road.
Butler is at it again. So are the boys from Tobacco Road. The Bluegrass State is represented and so are the Cheeseheads. There's room for a few double-digit seeds. And, of course, The Jimmer.
Immediately after hitting a difficult shot in Washington's NCAA tournament opener, ever-confident Huskies guard Isaiah Thomas turned to the loud Georgia fans to his right, put an index finger to his lips and playfully yelled, "Shut up!"
When the NCAA tournament bracket comes out on Selection Sunday, Ray Hoyt is already prepared for the likelihood that no Oklahoma team will be in the 68-team field.