Next to the Olympics and the IAAF World Championships, the NCAA “March Madness” Basketball Tournament is my favorite event.
It’s simple… all you have to do is go 6-0 on 3 consecutive weekends to win the National Championships.
Make that 7-0 for Eight teams—the four lowest-seeded automatic qualifiers and the four lowest-seeded at-large teams—play in the First Four (the games formerly known as "play-in games")
So Go Hard or Go Home. It doesn’t matter if you are 26-0 or 16-13, just throw out those damn stats and start with a fresh slate.
When I was in High School, the NCAA Basketball Tournament had 32 teams. How long will it be before 128 teams make the Tournament?
The tournament is a single-elimination format with no consolation games. If this were the Olympics, you would have the 2 losers of the semi-finals play in a useless “bronze medal game” (women’s boxing excluded).
Interesting concept for more TV revenue, no?
The 2013 NCAA Basketball Final Four
For the fifth consecutive year iDashboards will be tracking the 2013 NCAA Basketball Tournament.
The beauty of iDashboards is you can have all the stats in real time.
You can now follow your favorite team’s journey through the tournament, gaining in-depth insight into player and statistics through the use of interactive intelligence and drilldown capabilities
Just mouse over each of your favorite team, and you can see the entire series of games highlighted.
Who do you have in YOUR brackets to go… all… the… way?
Or you can just go to espn.com
Jimson Lee says
the stats are faster with iDashboards :)