NCAA Bracket Predictions 2014

Predicting the outcome of games in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.

Bracketology: Bluegrass Dominance


Kentucky and Louisville lead the way in Chris Dobbertean's mockable November NCAA Tournament projection. Michigan State and Duke join the Bluegrass State's finest on the top line, but the quartet will be pushed by some significant competition

Reviewing President Obama's bracket

Barack Obama's bracket ended up being just as bad as that of everyone else. Some others were even worse.

March Madness: Survive and advance


You're trapped in a sports bar for a month now. Survive and advance.

Spilly's NCAA Tournament food bracket

Spilly is back with a March Madness bracket. He tried to use every ingredient in the bracket and it turned out ... ugh.

Bracket predictions: It's all about the U

March Madness is here, so let's talk about the NCAA Tournament and pretend to know what we're talking about.

Gonzaga favored to make Final Four


The NCAA Tournament is just one day away. See how far most experts have Gonzaga going.

Louisville the trendy champion pick


Everybody is on the Louisville bandwagon this season, with plenty of experts picking them to win the NCAA Tournament.

Every NCAA tourney team, as a U.S. warship

Nearly every team in the 2013 NCAA basketball tournament shares a name with an actual American ship of war. Some ships were battle-tested juggernauts, while others were frankly pretty crappy. Let's "set sail" (ship term) into history!

Predicting Tournament upsets

What's it take for a team to overachieve or underachieve in the NCAA Tournament? Bill Connelly dives into the numbers to examine which teams might pull an upset this year, or be the victim of one.

Piling on the random bracket advice


NCAA tournament fans will be searching everywhere for advice on how to best figure out the bracket. Fooch represents the average NCAA tournament fan who watched a little bit of his favorite team this season, but not a whole lot more.

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