Archive - Mar 2010
The East Region may just be the most intriguing in this year's NCAA Tournament. The mixture of styles of play is fascinating. You have the run and gun teams with: Kentucky, Texas, Washington, Clemson and Missouri. Then you have the crawlers with: Temple, Wisconsin, Wofford, Marquette and West Virginia. The East also boasts one of college basketball's top cinderella stories in No. 3 seed New Mexico, which stunned the hoops world en route to a 29-4 regular season. How far can the Lobos go? Is John Wall ready to lead top seed Kentucky to a national championship?
Kalin who? New Mexico State guard Jahmar Young says he's unfamiliar with his Michigan State counterpart
I've harped enough on just how difficult this Midwest Region is. But let's examine it even further, breaking it down all the way:
The field consists of NCAA Tournament players based on who scores the most points in the Big Dance. The rules are simple: eight teams with eight players each. Total points per player in the NCAA Tournament.
At 5:30 PM Monday, we all logged into an AIM chat room and banged out the draft in just under an hour. The draft order was taken randomly.