If you look up “March Madness” in the DSM-IV, the manual of psychiatric disorders, you’ll find the basic symptoms: last-second shots, big comebacks, torn-up brackets. The Sweet Sixteen had all of these. The only team to win by double digits was Carolina, and USC was killing them until the Tarheels went on a tear and USC coach Tim Floyd lost his cool. But the DSM-IV also lists big upsets as essential indicators of this seasonal mania. These were markedly absent. The Ducks of Oregon, a 3-seed, are the biggest underdogs of the last eight. Go Ducks.
Ongoing scores are here.
Congratulations to Victor “Enzo” DiNubile who had all eight teams. Dominic still leads the way. Here are the standings:
|Joe Kelley Jr||67|
|Joe Kelley III||63|
|Meems (Michelle) Dantona||41|