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2007 Final Four Recap

April 1st, 2007
 

Game 1: Ohio State 67, Georgetown 60

My three keys heading into the game:

1.      How would the Buckeyes defend Jeff Green?

My keys to UCLA/Florida

March 31st, 2007

Game two's about to tip off, so here are my three keys to the matchup between the Bruins and Gators. The winner gets Ohio Sate on Monday night.

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My three keys to Georgetown/Ohio State

March 31st, 2007

Just a couple of minutes before Game One tips off, and here are my three keys to the game between the Hoyas and Buckeyes.

1. Defending Jeff Green. Ohio State will give this job at the start of the game to Ivan Harris, but this is no one-man job. Do we see a Ron Lewis slide over at some point, or an Othella Hunter or Matt Terwilliger come off the bench in attempts to slow down the Big East Player of the Year? Whoever gets the call throughtout the game needs to step up.

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Final Four Poll: Who is the Best NBA Prospect? (Minus Oden)

March 27th, 2007

Final Four Poll: Who is the Best Point Guard

March 26th, 2007
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Poll: Who is the Best Coach in the Final Four?

March 26th, 2007
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Who Will Win Poll: Georgetown or Ohio State?

March 26th, 2007

2007 NCAA Tournamenet: All Elite-Eight Team

March 26th, 2007
Georgetown

Best Performance: Greg Oden, Ohio State

One can only imagine Coach John Calipari’s reaction.

Trying to get ready for his Elite Eight showdown with the #1 team in the country, a team on a 20 game winning streak, he opens up the newspaper or turns on the TV and discovers what his star forward Joey Dorsey had been saying about his match-up with Greg Oden:

"I'm an underrated big man and he's a lot overrated as a big man."

"I'm going to have a 20-rebound night.."

"I'm Goliath… he's the little man."

My Thoughts on Coach Yow, Rameses, Barton.. and more

March 25th, 2007
NC State

Well, the Final Four is set, and with three of my picks still alive (Memphis was the other), bracket entry "rjaymoose will not win" indeed has a shot to take first place. All I need is for Florida to beat Georgetown next Monday, but both have their work cut out for them before the even get to that point. While the games were going on, there were two stories involving hoops on Tobacco Road that caught my attention.

Daily Dribble: Saturday Elite Eight Thoughts

March 25th, 2007
Memphis

- Yesterday's UCLA-Kansas game went just as planned. The Bruins were able to shut down Kansas' offense just like SIU did.. but unlike the Salukis, UCLA had a hot Arron Afflalo coming off two subpar games which enabled them to pull away. The only thing that's gone more according to plan is this tournament in general. I don't see Oregon or Georgetown ending that trend unforutnately..