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Tag Archives: March Madness
Little bit of a delay here but that’s just because we were so shocked at how bitter this year’s Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament was to our brackets. Brett inches closer to the lead after 2 rounds but unfortunately … Continue reading →
The first round of NCAA Tournament games are in the books and its time to see how damaged our brackets are. The nation’s preeminent conference, The Big East, had a rough round; losing four teams - Villanova, St. John’s, Louisville and … Continue reading →
Since filling out an NCAA bracket goes hand-in-hand with the actual tournment, we here at The Deliberation Room are going head-to-head in this year’s tournament. The losing bracket will have to wear a shirt representing the team we each hate … Continue reading →
Toss Up: NFL Fantasy Football or NCAA March Madness Brackets?
Posted on February 24, 2011 by Anthony Cillis, J.D.
Fantasy Football was invented in 1988 by two men, Gary Chiappetta and David McNamara while the two were engaged in a dispute involving Randall Cunningham and Jim Everett. For those of you unsure of how fantasy football works, the basic … Continue reading →