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Category Archives: Key Factors
This year’s Super Bowl appeared to reconfirm the old axiom that defense trumps offense in championship games—at least on the gridiron. A few readers recently asked if this applied to the NCAA tourney and I promised to do a mythbuster … Continue reading
Remember back in the 2010-11 season, when Tom Izzo scheduled the world’s most grueling run of non-conferences games? The Spartans played Connecticut, Washington, Duke, Syracuse and Texas. They were 8-4 before they had even started the meat grinder of Big … Continue reading
Now that the 2014 Seed Guide is behind me, I’m starting in on the research for picking your Final Four and champion. The first step in that analysis is identifying the statistics that separate Final Four contenders from pretenders as … Continue reading