March Madness

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March Madness

Jared Shepard

Jared Shepard

Jared Shepard

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There are only 4 teams left in the Men’s 2014 NCAA March Madness tournament, and to say there has been madness would be an understatement.

Florida, Kentucky, UConn, and Wisconsin are the only teams remaining after an abundance of nail-biting wins and jaw-dropping finishes.  Out of the millions of brackets made, 0 remain perfect. This year has been as unpredictable as ever. Kentucky “shocked” Witchita State, who started their season 35-0. Syracuse, Ohio State, Kansas, and Michigan State are also among teams that have been upset. It’s safe to say that the crazy finishes from this year’s tournament are foreshadowing two competitive Final Four matchups and one very intense National Championship game.

“There have been so many unpredictable games this year,” said Pentucket Sophomore Brennan McGuirk. “No one could have seen all these upsets coming.”

Like many other March Madness fans, this year has left Pentucket Sophomore Ryan Gavin a little upset, stating, “I have to say I’ve been a little disappointed with March Madness this year. All of my favorite teams have been eliminated by underdogs.”

Each of the four teams remaining has the talent to win a championship, but after this coming Saturday, only two teams will remain. Both games will be a battle, and it is nearly impossible to predict these outcomes; this is March Madness, and anything can happen.

In the end there can only be one team left standing.  Which teams will come up short, and which one will be the next champion?