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March Madness living up to the -- the biggest upset of course the Harvard Crimson -- win.
And Marshall Anderson in my Ole miss rebels to so the badgers from Wisconsin what upsets can happen.
Henderson started his nineteen point performance -- back to back threes.
Helping lift the twelfth seed rebels over the fifth seeded badgers from the Big Ten final score SEC 57.
Big Ten 46 sports -- and Fox News contributor Jim Gray is -- this now.
So proud Andy Kennedy and at Harvard team who you pick it.
In the tournament -- I mean the whole thing.
I'm -- the Miami Heat number 25 decide against Detroit that's the best team in the -- as for the NCAA.
And anyone appointed teams can win I won't be able to picket.
On April the ninth with the newspaper the day after the tournament yeah in fact they -- they just came out yep this is amazing a set of the hundred million brackets filled out.
The chance of anyone being right is -- and nine point two Quinn telling.
That's nineteen digits I don't even know it couldn't tell and as perhaps those at the Fed and those dealing with the budget -- -- Our deficit isn't even up to that effect what do you make of the parity this year you know -- last year there were a few teams like it's going to be one of these teams this year.
I don't have a clue.
Well that's the thing that's why it's so interesting this year last year there was a rapid Kentucky in years past it's been duke and North Carolina we always have someone to chase this year there's really no -- to chase.
Gonzaga had the toughest time of any number one seed in sixteen years last night when they just won by six points.
It's really really tough every team that's -- send -- to number one this year -- Has fallen off they've gotten knocked off.
So it's really just a wide open thing here this year and and really twenty teams twenty teams have a legitimate chance at this.
Twenty of them that it's it's incredible I wonder I wonder what your senses -- what makes it different I've always thought.
An -- an older experienced back court that handles the ball really well.
Is what you need in the tournament but there's more to it than that of course.
It's changed so much it used to be that these guys would stick together for years now it's one and done so it's usually the best player.
Who has the best chance the problem here this year is the best player.
No one's got hurt.
Earlier in the season with Kentucky so who has the best player who is -- guy who stands out who's in this tournament.
We don't really know that yet perhaps he will ascend to that during this tournament.
The years of when you had teams who could collectively played together for so long -- that's so long gone.
That's why it's so wide open that's why everybody wants is for football -- you -- do we need a rule change.
The kids we do that it go ahead we do.
They didn't they need to stay in college longer it's hurting the collegiate game obviously.
This one and done it is just a bad situation it's bad for the NBA.
Because most of these guys are ready to play so there -- going up.
Paying these guys millions of dollars to sit on the bench to learn the fund the miles to learn the game.
And it's it's it's not helping basketball on any -- professional or college and and it really would help.
If these kids could mature.
Get to know the game better learn the game better come into the pros be ready to play be so much better for college basketball so much better for pro basketball.
But we have a lot of people who -- -- Circumstances they need to earn a living and it's hard tonight in America anybody the opportunity to learn to earn a living you know -- just thank you my man -- right back to.
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