St. Peters’ deep tournament run didn’t just knock out elite teams like the Purdue Boilermakers and Kentucky Wildcats. This Cinderella story has massive financial implications both right now and for years to come.
I made my bracket. Have you?
The Gonzaga Bulldogs will undoubtedly be one of the most popular picks to win March Madness this year. Gonzaga University boasts a basketball team that has been to the “Big Dance” for 21-straight years. A 22nd trip seems to be all but a guarantee after an 18-0 start to this season. While the Bulldogs from Spokane, Washington, seem like an enticing pick to win it all this year, you need to avoid picking them to be your champion.
Just a few moments ago, the NCAA cancelled March Madness over fears of the spread of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus disease). Here are just some of my quick opinions. I emphasize quick because by the time this article is completed, there could be multiple other changes.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: How on earth am I supposed to research all 68 teams in the bracket? It’s actually a lot easier than you think. The simple answer is that you don’t! Just follow these simple steps:
Ladies and gentlemen, it is now march! This means that two of the best things of the entire year are back: Shamrock Shakes and March Madness. Let’s look at four different types of teams in order to better examine the field: