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2014 NCAA College Basketball Championship

2014 NCAA College Basketball Championship

And March Madness takes a revive this time again since 1939 or you can say it’s the time for “Big Dance“,

Selections starting from March 6 and The First Round starts from March 18 in UD Arena (Ohio) and ends on April 7 in Cowboys Stadium [ Arlington,- Texas ].

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) College Basketball Champions is worth a watch as it has innumerable enthusiasm & Ongoing Predictions,

This Whole Tournament Has Rounds Named As:

The First Four

The Second Round (The Round of 64)

The Third Round (The Round of 32)

The Regional Semi-finals (Reaching Here Teams Are Called “Sweet Sixteen”)

The Regional Finals (Then “TheElite Eight”)

The National Semi-finals (And Finally “The Final Four” Not To Be Missed )

The National Championship

With CBS Sports , Turner Sports and Dial Global owning rights to broadcast this exciting College Basketball Tournament nobody present in the stadium would leave any stone unturned to predict, whatsay?


Albany, Binghamton, Dayton, Duquesne, East Tennessee State, Creighton, Longwood, UNC-Asheville, Cal State Fullerton, Charlotte, Southern Miss, Detroit, Milwaukee, Harvard, Ohio, Kent State, Missouri State, Washington State, Belmont, Florida, Kentucky and all others are ready to be on this Huge Battlefield.

Last Year Champions:

If we Recall what happened in 2013 then it was Louisville Cardinals winning over The Michigan Wolverines by Final Score of 82-76 which was held in “Georgia Dome” (Atlanta).

Big Favourites:

1. Kentucky Wildcats: With John Calipari as the Head Coach its the first favorites tor this year’s tournament as havinga great Current Record of 2111-661, The Wildcats played around 52 NCAA Tournaments and 157 NCAA Tournament games in which they are called 39 Times “Sweet – 16” and Even 34 Times “Elite-8”, Can you say they have qualified 15 time in the “Final Fours”?,

What’s your thought on the Wildcats?

2. Michigan State Spartans: A good team representing The Michigan State University with “Green and White” colors and Tom Izzo as the Head Coach.

Having won 2 NCAA Championships and gaining 27 NCAA appearance,

Fought till end against Kentucky in the “Basketbowl” they are the second favorites this year! Predicting them to win?

3. Louisville Cardinals: The Champions of Big East Tournament are ready to take over everyone.

Rick Pitino and his team can be a nice experience?

4. Florida Gators: Playing 18 games in a year and true rivals of Kentucky, Boys of Billy Donovan are going to eat away with their sharp jaws.