March Madness, the annual onset of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, hit Sunday night with the release of the 68-team bracket by the selection committee. Now, millions of brackets are being filled out with hopes of picking the perfect bracket.
It’s been more than a month since the Miami Hurricanes kicked their season into high gear with a mauling of the then-number one ranked Duke Blue Devils. Since then both teams have had Saturday circled on the calendar for the rematch.
When the Miami Hurricanes lost to Florida Gulf Coast University early in the season, no one could have expected what was to come. The Hurricanes have not lost in this calendar year, posting an undefeated record in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The second and third rounds of the NCAA Tournament are in the books and that means it’s time for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight on CBS.
Everyone cheers for the underdog and the big upset in sports. But there’s one upset that has eluded the NCAA Tournament ever since it expanded to 64 teams; a number 16 seed knocking off a number 1 seed.
The University of Miami boosted its NCAA tournament credentials Sunday with a 78-62 victory over the 15th ranked Florida State Seminoles at the Bank United Center.
Andy Roddick has ended his defense of the Sony Ericsson championship, after he was eliminated Saturday eliminated in his opening match at the Sony Ericsson Open at Key Biscayne.
In the NCAA Tournament, the first part of the Final 4 was set when the 3rd ranked Florida Gators lost to 8th ranked Butler in overtime, 74-71.
Many of the world’s top tennis players are in South Florida as the annual Sony Ericcson Open begins Monday at the Crandon Park Tennis Center on Key Biscayne.
In a stunning upset, Bernard James scored 14 points, Michael Snaer added 13 and Florida State showed there’s more to its game than defense with a 71-57 upset of second-seeded Notre Dame on Sunday night that put the Seminoles in the regional semifinals for the first time since 1993.