Tuesday, April 8, 2008

What's Ahead for March Madness All Season?

First of all, congratulations to the Kansas Jayhawks, who cemented their spot in history with an amazing comeback to erase a nine-point deficit with just over two minutes remaining to beat Memphis and win the championship. The three-pointer by Mario Chalmers to force overtime will be remembered as one of the greatest shots in Final Four history.

Next, thanks to everyone who read the March Madness All Season website this season. There are about 400,000 of you, so I appreciate all the traffic and feedback I have received this past season. As always, if there is anything you would like me or the website to improve on, e-mail me at marchmadnessallseason@yahoo.com and let me know. Thanks.

Also, feel free to take a look back at some of the biggest projects I've done this past season: 2007-2008 College Basketball Season Preview, 2008 Championship Week Preview, and the 2008 NCAA Tournament Preview.

Looking ahead to the offseason for the site, I'll be back with a new article on Friday looking at the Pre-Preseason Top 25 for next season, and some other teams to watch heading into next year. I will also have an article sometime soon looking back at my predictions that I made for the 2007-2008 season and how accurate they really were. It should be humbling, to say the least. Then, throughout the offseason, I'll have various articles discussing different things, including the NBA Draft Early-Entries, next year's recruits, etc.

Moreover, I'm also going to start posting a daily "News and Notes" section, which will include links to news stories and other college basketball-related articles from newspapers and media outlets from across the country. It will have all the NBA Draft news and rumors, early-entry decisions and coaching moves that you need.

It should be a very interesting offseason, with all the coaching changes and personnel turnover. Stay locked into March Madness All Season for all the latest in analysis and news and you will never feel lost in the college basketball world.

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