March Madness 2017 PDF Print E-mail

Dickie V`s 2017 NCAA Brackets!

March Madness is here, baby! Check out my tournament picks, fan photos, and my live Twitter feed here! Use #dickievpicks to join the conversation!

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Elite Eight Saturday:

Kansas over Oregon

Gonzaga over Xavier

Elite Eight Sunday:  

North Carolina over Kentucky

Florida over South Carolina

 
Weekly Sweet Sixteen PDF Print E-mail

Dying to know who Dick has ranked number one in College Hoops...for now? This is the place to find his latest thoughts on the game he loves, as well as his choices for the "Sweet Sixteen" of the week!

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Weekly Awards PDF Print E-mail

Think Dick Vitale only knows College Hoops? Think again. This is the place to learn Dickie V's quick thoughts about this week in sports.

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This and That PDF Print E-mail

Week of March 20th, 2017 

Each week I'll write about the world of sports:

*I love this time of year in sports. There is nothing like March Madness, the best three weeks in sports.

*James Harden and Russell Westbrook continue to shine in the NBA, racking up incredible numbers.

*Another busy week for NFL fans. More signings, plenty of rumors. Will Marshawn Lynch return to the game?

*For those who are concerned about the late start times of some NCAA tournament games, both teams have to deal with it.

*Novak Djokovic continues to struggle a bit. He lost in Indian Wells to Nick Kyrgios of Australia.

*NC State made a solid hire by bringing in Kevin Keatts as their new coach. Keatts left NC-Wilmington for this opportunity.

 
Stock Up and Down PDF Print E-mail


Up

UConn. women won their 108th straight game.

James Harden had two straight 40-point games in triple-doubles.

The Oklahoma City Thunder has a five-game win streak.

The Patriots re-signed Donta Hightower.

The Seahawks signed RB Eddie Lacy.

The Vikings signed RB Latavious Murray.

Penn State won the NCAA wrestling title.

Roger Federer won the title at Indian Wells.

Down

Villanova was stunned by Wisconsin.

Florida State and Virginia were blown out of the NCAA tournament,

Louisville lost to Michigan,

Minnesota lost to Middle Tennessee State.

Dwyane Wade was lost for the rest of the regular season (elbow).

Andy Murray was stunned early in Indian Wells.

Three of the four teams seeded sixth lost in their first NCAA tourney game.

The Lakers continue to have the worst record in the Western Conference.

Jason Kipnis of the Indians remains out (shoulder).