All Up In Your Bracket: South Region

Time for the fourth and final region, the South Region. The team that is primed to pull off the first round upset: Western Kentucky. 5 vs 12 is the perfect scenario for an upset. Throw in the fact that Illinois may only muster 30 points, Western Kentucky has a chance to move on to the […]

All Up In Your Bracket: East Region

Today, we’re hooking you up with our picks for the East and South regions. We’ll start with the East region. The team that is primed to pull off the first round upset: VCU. The Rams aren’t new to this. Taking down big name programs are the norm for them now. And with Eric Maynor still […]

All Up In Your Bracket: West Region

Let’s turn our attention to the West region. The team that is primed to pull off the first round upset: Maryland. Cal and Maryland are pretty evenly matched. But the seeding says that Cal should take care of the Terps. But don’t be surprised if Gary Williams’ crew wins this one. A top seed that […]

All Up In Your Bracket: Midwest Region

It’s time for us to give you our two cents that will ultimately help you dominate your NCAA tournament pool. We’ll get this thang started by taking a look at the Midwest Region. The team that is primed to pull off the first round upset: Arizona. Yeah I know it won’t really be much of […]

NCAA Tourney: Are # 1 seeds headed to Detroit?

The NCAA tournament will officially begin on Tuesday when Alabama State and Morehead State face-off in the play in game. The winner will earn a trip to Dayton, Ohio to face overall top seed Louisville in the Midwest bracket on Friday, some prize. North Carolina will join 3 Big East teams at the top of […]

Before We Talk Brackets, Let’s Do Some Streaking

Today is Monday, March 16th. Otherwise known as the day after Selection Sunday. Instead of jumping right into the brackets, we’ll take our time and ease you into ‘em. So look for our previews and picks on either tomorrow or Wednesday. Or maybe even both days. That’s just how we roll. But for now, how […]

6 OT Thriller in the Garden: Syracuse tops Uconn

In a game for the ages, Syracuse prevailed 127-117 in a battle of wills over UConn in a Thursday night/Friday morning thriller in Madison Square Garden. The Madness of March has started a week early. The 6 over-time classic is longest game ever played in the Big East Tournament and the second longest game in […]

The Biggest Loser

For the second straight day, the resident Nebraskan,R.Gray drops by to talk a little basketball. With conference tournaments starting up yesterday in the major conferences, I decided to examine my most disappointing teams through the regular season. The top four fall within the Big 12, ACC, Big East, and Pac 10 conferences. #4 Texas In […]

More Than A Guarantee

This is our very first guest post here at No Guts and it comes from my Nebraskan buddy, R. Gray. Seeing as though he has no blog of his own, I can’t link to his sweet collection of thoughts. Maybe one day he will be able to jot them down here full time. That’s if […]

Billy Donovan Is Forced To Wonder What Could Have Been

I have mixed feelings about bringing this story to you. On one hand, I’m completely ecstatic that the Florida Gator basketball team has struggled over the past few years. But on the other hand, I realize how lucky we all are that a one Tyler Hansbrough had a late change of heart. Let me take […]