It’s all come down to this. No #1 seeds are in San Antonio in this year’s edition of March Madness Simulated. Instead we have #3 Baylor, #4 Louisville, #2 Ohio State, and #2 Kansas. Who will be crowned our simulated champion? Find out after the jump.
Final region to simulate! So far, Baylor, Louisville, and Kansas have all made it to New Orleans. The East features Syracuse sans Fab Melo, so will they be able to defy odds after I’ve tinkered with their lineup to ensure he doesn’t play a second of any game? Or will Florida State or Ohio State wallop them? Heck, why wait for that when UNC-Asheville could provide the upset? Answers are after the jump. In the interest of time the recaps are going to be even shorter, especially the blowouts.
Phew! Was last night entertaining enough for you? Okay, the Western Kentucky vs. Mississippi Valley State game was a full-on car crash of a basketball game, but it featured one of the most
incredible comebacks horrible chokejobs you will ever see. Iona also solidified their case for tournament inclusion when they raced out to a 55 point first half against BYU before closing up shop the remainder of the game and losing. Two games, two come-from-behind victories, March Madness is here!
Okay, now on with the March Madness simulation. Helping me do the Midwest Region is frequent site follower/commenter/live-blog participant kt1000. Check out the results after the jump!
Baylor has advanced out of the South region, so who will prevail from the West? Michigan State is the favorite but Missouri and Marquette are also contenders to win that part of the bracket. Also featured is Murray State, having lost just 1 game all season long. Games are after the jump.