Does Butler University have an advantage by playing the Final Four in their hometown?
The last time this happen I believe was 1972 with UCLA. My feeling is that it is a disadvantage because this is their first appearence in the Final Four?
I believe it to be a slight advantage because of the home crowd and less interruption in their normal routine, however, if they win it, I think it will be because they earned it.
i agree with u thei might have a chance
by Kevin W 5 years ago
Is the University of Michigan a legitimate #1 and Final Four contender?
by Husky1970 7 years ago
Who would you pick for the 4 teams to get to the Final Four in Houston? Let's get started with this today and keep it going until March. I'll start with Kansas, Duke, Syracuse, and Villanova.
by mosaicman 16 months ago
Who will be in the Final Four for the 2017 NCAA March Madness Tournament? Who will win it all?Who are your picks for this years tournament? My Picks are:UNCKansasVillanovaArizonaWinner --> UNC (in a rematch of last year's Championship)
by Aficionada 7 years ago
It may be a crazy matchup, as they say, but it could hardly be better as far as I'm concerned. ... I've never lived in Connecticut, so they're probably the ones who will win. But seriously, even without Carolina and Duke, three of my favorite teams are playing. How cool is that?
by Marc Lee 15 months ago
Four teams left to battle it out this weekend in Phoenix...Who do you have winning the tournament....UNC, South Carolina, Oregon or Gonzaga?
by cprice75 6 years ago
Who has the best chance at winning the NCAA Final Four this year (2012)?After having a few Cinderellas crash the party in recent, the NCAA Final Four promises to have nothing but blue bloods this year, with former champs Louisville, Kentucky, Ohio State and the Kansas making up the remainder of the...
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