‘One Shining Moment’ of the Day: 2000

Final Four:

Michigan State, Florida, North Carolina, Wisconsin

 

National Championship:

Michigan State over Florida, 89-76 at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis

 

Most Outstanding Player:

Mateen Cleaves, Michigan State

 

Leading Scorer:

Morris Peterson, Michigan State

 

Fun Fact:

No team lower than an #11 seed won in the tournament in 2000. The one 11 seed was Pepperdine upsetting Indiana in the first round. That would be Bobby Knight’s last game as the Hoosiers’ head coach.

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Selection Sunday: The 2016 NCAA March Madness Bracket

Announced first were the #1 seeds…

  • North Carolina
  • Kansas
  • Virginia
  • Oregon

Did not see that last one coming…

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And here are the Regions

 

The South

 

 

The West

 

The East

 

The Midwest

 

The Full NCAA Bracket

And the entire seed list, 1-68, from the committee…

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Piffcast: The Fifth One – March Madness

This month, college hoops takes center stage. What better way to get you prepared for March Madness than talk to a pro that knows everything going into the tourney? Scott Phillips from NBC Sports and I talk about the elite teams, stars who should shine, the bubble teams, potential Cinderellas and more. (Interview starts at the 30:35 mark if you want to jump ahead)

TJ and I also get into some TV talk, the Ballpark Foodie series, and tease next week’s “Selection Monday” show for our TV Character Madness Tournament. We also introduce the Piffcast Cork Board for those of you who have a project, event or cause you’d like to promote. Listen to find out more about it.

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