While March Madness All Season gets most of his original material and articles, Jeff Borzello does contribute at several other websites, including Collegehoops.net and NBE Basketball Report. Here is a look at some of his articles from the past few days:
"Big East Dance Card": A look at the postseason picture for the Big East Conference. I go through the top 11 teams in the league, assessing their current NCAA Tournament status and what they have to do to either improve their seed, or get to the Big Dance altogether.
"CHN GameNight: Louisville at Georgetown": A preview of one of the many bubble games of this week, basically a must-win for Georgetown. Includes a look at both teams, as well as a breakdown of the keys to the game.
"CHN GameNight: Duke at Maryland": A preview of what turned out to be a very exciting battle in the ACC. The prediction on the game was wrong, but it includes analysis and team breakdowns.
Also, two more links of note:
A writer for the Pitt News, the student newspaper at Pittsburgh University, contacted me and interviewed me for a story he was writing on the NBA futures of three Panthers players. Here is the story: "Three Pitt Players Making Case for Pros"
And I keep forgetting to mention how March Madness All Season was named one of the top 100 college sports blogs back in November, by the website, Learning XL. Here is a link: Top 100 College Sports Blogs
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