And Then There Were Eight

The NCAA March Madness Tournament is down to eight teams.  Two games are played tonight, and the remaining two will be played tomorrow night.  CBS has teamed with TBS, TNT, and TruTV to broadcast the games throughout the tournament.  They’ve also made it possible to stream the games online live. This technology has made watching this year’s tournament a lot more enjoyable for many users. I really liked when there were 16 games being played during one day. It kept me busy, but made me procrastinate my school work.

Number 8 Dayton play the number 1 seed Florida tonight. Florida is a 10 point favorite. Dayton is reaching the Elite Eight for the first time since 1984. Florida has made it there for the 4th time in a row. What’s a Flyer anyways. A gator is more intimidating. But I’d love to see an upset.
The Number 1 seed in the West, Arizona plays the number 2 seed Wisconsin tonight at 8:49. I’m pulling for the Badgers to beat the Wildcats. A badger is a short-legged omnivore who are very strong. A wildcat is a cat, and the only cat I see being dominant is the Lion. Therefore, I think Wisconsin might pull this win out.
Tomorrow, number 7 UConn takes on number 4 Michigan St. Husky vs. Spartan on this mascot battle. I feel as if the Spartan is a human, they should be able to dominate a husky. Husky dogs are friendly, but not a husky found in the wilderness. I think Michigan St. will beat the surging UConn Huskies.
Following that game, number 8 Kentucky plays against the number 2 Michigan Wolverines. Michigan might be playing the best ball of the tournament, but the wildcats are coming off huge wins against the undefeated-no-more Shockers and the rivaled Louisville Cardinal.

If i had to choose a team to win, I’d have to go with Michigan and Florida to be in the Championship. I’m a Michigan fan now, just hoping they’d win. If I can’t catch any game on TV, I’ll be able to stream the games online to my laptop. Thanks CBS!