I'm Just Saying | Most of us are finishing up our brackets as the NCAA tournament gets ready to kick off on Thursday. Of course our selections will probably be destroyed within two weeks, but that doesn’t mean we will stop trying.view
Feist Facts | The Madness begins in college basketball this week when the contenders separate themselves from the pretenders.view
V.I.P. On the Mark | when it comes to March Madness patriotism just substitute conference tournaments where big and small across the country play their butts off for, as Jim Nance likes to say, “once shining moment.”view
V.I.P. Getting Rich with Saber | This will be one of the biggest weeks in Vegas, not only for bettors. March Madness gets underway with the first four teams battling to see which ones will get in the Big Dance starting Thursday and Friday.view
Parry’s NCAA Basketball Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.view
NCAA Men's Basketball Championship future odds for betting and wagering are provided by Westgate. Check your local sports book for the latest odds. NCAA Men's Basketball future odds are updated weekly.view
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