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2009 NCAA Tournament Projection: Post-Decision Update

June 20th, 2008

 

One day after the National Title Game, I took an early stab at projecting the 2009 NCAA Tournament. Now that pro prospects have officially decided their NBA Draft fate, and with our 2008-09 Preview starting in a couple weeks, its a good time to once again take a look at next year's Dance.

 

Humbling: CHN's Editor Laments His Horrible Picks..

March 21st, 2008

Humbling.. That's the best way to describe this year's tournament. Somewhere out there, some lucky fella is boasting about getting 30 first round games right.. who knows, maybe that fella is you. But for little ole me.. the only thing I can boast about is last year. 13 of 16 Sweet Sixteen picks wasn't bad in last year's Official CHN prediction.. I thought 7 of 8 Elite Eight teams was solid as well. Nailing the finals last year wasn't shocking, but it was still correct.

But this year the castle of self-confidence is crumbling around me. Do I really know nothing about college basketball?

Bracketology: What Should Have Been

March 18th, 2008

All season long with Daily Bracketology I project what the selection committee would do.  And now we know what they did do. But what about what they should have done. Taking the 65 teams that made the Big Dance, here is the field that I would have created with actual seed in parentheses.

 

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Bracketology Leaderboard: CHN Tops National Experts!

March 17th, 2008

CollegeHoops.net Dominates Bracketology Leaderboard

 

Final Bracketology: 2008 NCAA Tournament Projection

March 16th, 2008

This is the final Daily Bracketology edition of the year.. with less than an hour remaining before the Selection Show. It takes into account every game of the season.. and updates this morning's version.

 

Daily Bracketology: Selection Sunday Early Morning

March 15th, 2008
Things simply got wild on Saturday.. Illinois and Georgia in their respective conference title games? Seriously? Triple-OT in the WAC title game. Temple locking up a bid. Pittsburgh soaring up the field after beating Georgetown to win the Big East tournament. Tennessee's #1 seed in jeopardy after losing to Arkansas. And that's just the start of it.