Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Which NCAA teams could bust your bracket? Select them on BetYet?

Which teams could bust your bracket? Select them on BetYet?
By Nicole Auerbach, USA TODAY Added to by Don Porter & NBA's Kemba Walker
Every year, without fail, there are some unbelievable upsets in the 1st couple of rounds of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. WHO IS YOUR PICK ? Selct your FAVORITE on BetYet? & you may win ecard prizes ?
The hard part is predicting them, here's NBA's Kemba Walker. Use Peppersports to assist in your Selections. Get the FREE App BetYet? to win Prizes with your choices and selections on BetYet? On your iPhone or iPad
How risky are you willing to be? Would you dare pick an 8 seed to take out a 1 seed? Memphis over Michigan State? Slightly more conservative? 12 seed Long Beach State over 5 seed New Mexico could be your 5-12 game upset pick. Or maybe Georgetown's recent early exits encourage you to pick 14 seed Belmont over the Hoyas. That's not a bad upset pick, either. Use Peppersports to assist you with your choices.
USA TODAY college basketball reporter Nicole Auerbach breaks down the teams that could possibly pull off some early-round upsets or make surprisingly deep runs and mess up your bracket with WUSA 9 anchor Kristen Berset. SYRACUSE center Fab Melo has been ruled ineligible for the NCAA Tournament, another shot in a season full of them for the Orange.
How about the Syracuse development with Ctr Milo! The university announced yesterday that the 7-foot Brazilian did not travel with the team to Pittsburgh and won't take part in the tournament due to an eligibility issue. Melo missed three games earlier this season because of an academic issue. ESPN, citing an anonymous source, reported that Melo's absence is related to the first suspension and that the NCAA revisited the case and again ruled him ineligible. In the opinion of ESPN's Jay Bilas, Syracuse losing Fab Melo just broke the East Region wide open for Vanderbilt and Ohio State.
The U.S. Basketball Writers Association on Tuesday named Kentucky's Anthony Davis its National Freshman of the Year. Davis, who was selected as a first-team All-American by the USBWA on Monday, averaged 14.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per game en route to leading the Wildcats to a No. 1 overall ranking a 16-0 record in Southeastern Conference play. What about Kentucky's Davis?
The U.S. Basketball Writers Association on Tuesday named Kentucky's Anthony Davis its National Freshman of the Year. Davis, who was selected as a first-team All-American by the USBWA on Monday, averaged 14.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per game en route to leading the Wildcats to a No. 1 overall ranking a 16-0 record in Southeastern Conference play. Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/03/13/2107756/basketball-writers-name-kentuckys.html#storylink=cpy Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/03/13/2107756/basketball-writers-name-kentuckys.html#storylink=cpy Read more: http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/colleges/142586066.html#ixzz1p5GWE1nO Watch sports videos you won't find anywhere else
Check out Nicole's bracket picks and watch the video below: Today's Mar. 14, 2012 BRACKET
President Barack Obama has Kentucky, Ohio State, Missouri and North Carolina in the Final Four of his NCAA men's basketball bracket, which will be unveiled in its entirety Wednesday on ESPN.