Since Sunday, you’ve been bombarded with the term “Braketology,” as experts tried to tell you who would advance in the NCAA Tournament. But who did you pick when you were alone in the semi-privacy of your own cubicle? If you are anything like the CBS TV and radio hosts you love Stanford, but aren’t a big fan of number one seeds.
Six botched selections and one misguided trade later, the results from those years add up to no playoff berths, no winning records, no Pro Bowl invitations and only oft-injured Darren McFadden left on the roster.
Oklahoma State had a terrific season, but got by far the toughest draw out of any five-seed in the bracket. Keep an eye on Oregon.
Well, Last week was not a great start to the picks. Lucky for us this is for amusement purposes only. We ended the week under .500 (6-8-1) with a few close games not falling our […]
Luckily, the franchise has had years of practice with high draft picks as last night’s selection was their 12th appearance in the past 12 draft lotteries (two lottery picks in 2001, none in 2007). This year they snapped up Harrison Barnes with pick number seven.
The Oakland Raiders have more than doubled their draft haul by receiving three compensatory picks.