2009 NCAA Tournament: Top Resources

    
February 24th, 2009

Do you truly want more information about the 2009 NCAA Tournament then the ridiculous amount CHN already provides?  Fine then.. here's a dozen(+) must-read NCAA Tournament sites & pages:

 

2009 NCAA Tournament: Favorite Resources

 

NCAASports.com Men's Basketball Championship - Mostly generic info you can find elsewhere, but it does come from the horses mouth, and they have a great Record Book of NCAA Tournament history.

 

Official Final Four Site - If you're going to head to Detroit for this year's Final Four, this site is pretty much a must read.

 

NCAA Tournament on Wikipedia - Obviously, a great resource for Tournament history, Final Four history, and info on coaches, etc, etc. It's the freakin' Wiki!

 

NCAA Tournament Tickets - Need last minute tickets? Check out our partner TicketSolutions.com.

 

March Madness on Demand - CBS doesn't cover every second of every game in your region.. which is why MMOD is a must for all true die-hards.

 

The CBS Printable Bracket - If you're not satisfied with CHN's printable bracket, there's always the old-standby.

 

Yahoo Tournament Pickem - Need to fill out another bracket? I'm a fan of Yahoo's Pickem game. Or you can try ESPN's Tourney Challenge

 

Clark Kellogg - Just realizing Billy Packer won't be covering the Final Four anymore? Learn about our new analyst.

 

KenPom's Stats/Rankings - Nail the tournament field by knowing each team's statistical profile by heart.

 

NCAASports.com Women's Basketball Championship - Wait, huh, there's a women's NCAA Tournament? Apparently so. Includes a good schedule and link to the STL Final Four site. (Also, follow the DIII Tournament.. and see how my alma mater Washington University does.)

 

Hoopsworld.com - All this college hoops talk make you want to watch the pros, check out the web's top NBA site.

 

Next Year in Jerusalem..er Indianapolis - The 09 Tournament old news before its even started? Then learn about 2010 Big Dance which culminates in Indianapolis.

 

Feel free to post other great Tourney resources in the comments section below. Good luck with your brackets!