Running A Little Behind

March 14, 2010
By K. Becks

Since the tournament bracket is already out, it makes absolutely no sense for me to continue analyzing small and mid-major conference teams the way I had been previously doing. However, I still want to cover them. In order to do this, I’m going to refrain from covering conferences like the MAC, Conference USA, Atlantic-10,...
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A Little Break

March 11, 2010
By K. Becks

After yesterday’s long post, I get a little break today with only one automatic bid to write about. However, to fill the space I am posting my first guest entry, which I am very excited about. Big SkyAutomatic Bid: MontanaProjected Seed: 13 or 14Probability of Being a Cinderella: Unlikely The Grizzlies are a very...
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Thank You Supporters

March 10, 2010
By K. Becks

The title may be misleading, because this post isn’t going to be a drawn out thank you to everyone who has helped me along the way. However, it is just a little shout out to everyone who has been promoting the blog during the last few days. I’m really anticipating the day when I...
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These Are The Little Guys, Right?

March 8, 2010
By K. Becks

Tomorrow marks the start of the so called “major” conference tournaments, with the Big East kicking off play at noon. The start of the bigger conference tournaments often overshadows the smaller ones, but don’t worry; I’ll continue to cover the little guys up until Selection Sunday. The last few conference championship games have been...
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Just Getting Started

March 6, 2010
By K. Becks

As I returned Friday night from my vacation in Chicago, I knew that I wouldn’t have much time to rest. Conference tournament time is upon us, and Saturday presented us with three more automatic bids to join Cornell as teams that punched their ticket to the Big Dance (Cornell won their league on Friday,...
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C U In Sochi

March 2, 2010
By K. Becks

After nearly two weeks of great competition, the Olympic Winter Games came to an end two nights ago. There were triumphs, heartbreaks, comeback stories, and an early tragedy that helped make this a unforgettable Olympics. In the end, I believe that it was one of the best Olympics that I have ever witnessed. Sure,...
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