March Madness

The official logo for the March Madness bracket.

The official logo for the March Madness bracket.

Zander Hord

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Zander Hord

March 23, 2017

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March Madness

The final four is almost here and there are only sixteen teams which is known as the ”sweet sixteen”. There has been some big upsets and some top teams that have been illuminated. There are three teams that only have the number one seed. There already have been five upsets.

The champions from last year, Villanova, have been defeated by Wisconsin. The score was sixty-five to sixty-two with Wisconsin on the upper hand. Next, Wisconsin will face Florida, with the number four seed. Louisville with the number 2 seed lost to number 7th seed, Michigan. The final score was seventy-three to sixty-nine. All the other upsets were blow outs and obvious who was moving on.

The three number one seeds are Kansas, North Carolina, and Gonzaga. The only two number two seeds that made it to the sweet sixteen are Arizona and Kentucky. The people that won and upsetted other teams that made it are Wisconsin, Michigan, South Carolina, and Xavier. Who will move on to the final eight, then the final four? This week, we will know.

The official logo for the March Madness bracket.

“2017 DI Men’s Basketball Championship.” NCAA.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Mar. 2017.

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