NCAA Bracket Update 2010

March 20, 2010 by Post Team 

NCAA Bracket Update 2010NCAA Bracket Update 2010:With the first round of March Madness behind us to play let’s take a look at the firmware from NCAA 2010. There were many nail biters in the first round of play including Murray State’s victory, along with the Washington and Old Dominion. Georgetown lost to Ohio University, which would be considered the biggest surprise of the first round. You can still make a prediction in support of 16 Sweet and enter for a chance to win $ 10,000.

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The second round of the NCAA tournament begins today at 1:05 pm ET with St. Mary’s taking on Villanova. The Santa Maria 10th-seeded ‘s won their first assault against the seventh seed in Richmond by a score of 80-71. The second ranked Villanova had more difficulties in their match against number 15 seed Robert Morris, but ended with the victory in overtime, 73-70. We’ll have to wait for the games this weekend until the end to get to the second round of the NCAA bracket update 2010, and to see who makes it to the Sweet 16.

The highest ranked team in the NCAA tournament is the University of Ohio at 14. At the beginning of the season this team does not seem that would make the NCAA tournament, and that began with a record of 7-9. During the conference championships the Bobcats really came together as a team and won the MAC conference, giving them an automatic birth in the NCAA tournament. His first-round game against Georgetown that were in control from the start, and will have to play the same against Tennessee today if they want to advance in the tournament. The second round of play will surely have some interesting results that affect the firmware from NCAA 2010.

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