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Tag:3rd Round Picks
Posted on: March 20, 2011 12:39 pm
 

Sunday 3rd Round Picks

#1 Ohio State vs. #8 George Mason



#2 North Carolina vs. #7 Washington



#3 Syracuse vs. #11 Marquette



#1 Duke vs. #8 Michigan



#4 Texas vs. #5 Arizona



#1 Kansas vs. #9 Illinois



#2 Notre Dame vs. #10 Florida State



#3 Purdue vs. #11 Virginia Commonwealth



Category: NCAAB
Posted on: March 19, 2011 9:22 am
Edited on: March 19, 2011 10:10 am
 

Picks for 3rd Riound of Play

#4 Kentucky vs. #5 West Virginia 

This should be easy. Kentucky has been playing well lately. They won their conference championship, they got by a sneaky Princeton team. Plus their good be some payback in store for WV taking away their Final Four last year.

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#2 San Diego State vs. #7 Temple

This should be an interesting matchup. Both in upper mid-majors, so we haven't seen exactly what their capable of. San Diego State's big man are well... to big for Temple to handle.

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#3 Connecticut vs. #6 Cincinnati

We've been through this before. Connectiut won at Cincinnati earlier this year.

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#12 Richmond vs. #13 Morehead State

A 12 or a 13 seed will be in the Sweet Sixteen.

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#1 Pittsburgh vs. #8 Butler

This will be a close game. Hey Butler has Final Four experience... they found some magic Thursday, can they keep the Magic. It will be a good game no doubt.

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#2 Florida vs. #7 UCLA

I think that Flordia has a more talented team than UCLA.

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#3 BYU vs. #11 Gonzaga

I still don't think BYU is completely in sink. This is a good matchup for Gonzaga.

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#4 Wisconsin vs. #5 Kansas State

Wisconsin is always sadly underestimated in the tournament. They are a good good team.

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Category: NCAAB
 
 
 
 
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