While 65 teams initially take part in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, aka March Madness, only one will be crowned 2008-2009 national champions on April 6 in downtown Detroit – at Ford Field.
That’s right – at “a field.” And in April.
Each week I pose a Question of the Week for you the reader to chew on (masticate if you prefer) and digest..
This Week's Question: What is College Basketball's Best Rivalry (Besides Duke/UNC!)
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According to today's Newark Star-Ledger, Seton Hall has reached agreement with the new Prudential Center in Newark, meaning that their 26-year run of playing at the Continental Airlines Arena will come to an end. While negotiations have not been finalized, the New Jersey Devils (primary tenants of the new arena) and Seton Hall have found common ground in areas such as weekend scheduling, a major sticking point early in the negotiation process.
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