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While everyone likes to consider themselves college basketball experts by the time the NCAA Tournament rolls around, when filling out a bracket, sometimes it's best to look to those who truly are experts. With March Madness upon us, we surveyed the brackets and picks of several prominent college basketball analysts for their Final Four predictions. It should come as no surprise that Duke is a heavy favorite, but this year seems especially top-heavy, with most experts picking No.
The last thing you want to do in filling out your NCAA Tournament bracket is go chalk across the board. You want to be able to say: I called that upset. So the key is picking your spots on upsets.
Take a look at the latest news, predictions and upset picks from experts across the web, gathered conveniently below for all your bracket needs. Sports Illustrated has an in-depth look at all four regions with a close look at all four No. Looking for a broad overview for all 68 teams in the NCAA tournament bracket? Wilkinson also dives into the positives and negatives for each team, which is a helpful resource for projecting upsets.
The longtime college basketball analyst, at 79, had been one of Wade's harshest critics over transcripts from FBI wiretaps of calls between the LSU coach and federally convicted middleman Christian Dawkins. In those calls Wade references a "strong-ass offer" and "the Smart thing. But the fact that you refused to meet with the president, refused to meet with an AD.
And two prominent college basketball analysts believe the Vols will make more history later on this season. And two of the four panelists picked Tennessee. Jordan Bone is averaging 6.
Dickie V is known for his outlandish statements, his distinct voice and his unparalleled knowledge of college basketball. Vitale finished his bracket Monday morning, and it is time to analyze every pick he made for the NCAA Tournament. I have broken down Vitale's bracket by region, and have provided analysis for each interesting pick.
March 15 UPI -- Legendary announcer Dick Vitale 's voice invades the minds of college basketball fans annually, as he brings excitement to the game with trademark phrases like "diaper dandy" and "it's awesome baby. Vitale, 79, has covered the sport for 40 years and said March Madness still gets the blood flowing. The freshman's return makes the Blue Devils "tough to beat" this March, according to Vitale.
Dick Vitale is bullish on Gonzaga to make a Final Four run. Vitale noted there are a few key starting points to look at when filling out your bracket. If you find yourself debating teams, Vitale recommends asking a few key questions.