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Jay Christensen is a journalist looking for work after a nearly 20-year career at the Los Angeles Times. His current endeavors are The Wiz of Odds.com: A College Football Site for Winners and The March to Madness.com: We Didn't Go to Class Either!
10 Best Blogs for Following March Madness 2010
This site rocks and frankly, I'm worried about the people behind it. Clearly, they don't have lives outside of the blogosphere.
Bookmark this database of invaluable information and you'll never lose another bar bet!
You thought Miss Cleo was the only person who could correctly predict the field of 65? This site puts her to shame. Not afraid to take a shot at the Joe Lunardis or Jerry Palms of the world, and that counts for something.
When James Naismith put up the peach basket in December 1891, he probably didn't envision the French one day playing the game.
No player goes unnoticed and no team is under the radar.
OK, it's not a blog, but CBS streams every game of the tournament. Bandwidth hogs can simultaneously watch 3-4 games. Comes with a boss button to insure that productivity in the workplace comes to a halt.
This site has absolutely nothing to do with that conservative talkshow radio host.
Arguably the finest name for a college basketball blog.
Now in its sixth year, this blog covers the 24 smaller Division I conferences and independents. The place to go to find which 12th-seeded team will pull the upset in the first round of the NCAA tournament.