Thursday, March 10, 2016 – You and Your Bracket – Not Your Tax Bracket
In my ongoing attempt to educate an uninformed world about whatever I am thinking about basketball, here is another installment of Basketball Bracket Primer – Part II. – You and Your Bracket – The Women’s Bracket
Reminder: Monday, March 14 – the eve of the Ides of March – is the NCAA Division I Women’s NCAA Selection Show on ESPN. At this time we find out who is “Going Dancing” and where and who is staying home to watch, wiping away the tears and starting practice for next year.
Doors open at the Ferrin-Cox Building at 5:00 PM where I will be watching it live with The Fighting Texas Aggie women’s team and GB (Head coach Gary Blair). I hope I get as good a seat as I did last year – right behind the team.
Texas A&M Guard – Jordon Jones taking a photo of TAMU’s bracket placement – 2015. Photo by me
Of course there is free food. Why do you think we go when we could watch it on TV?
I also hope the Aggies do not get upset in the first round like last year by one of those teams that no one has ever heard of. Who was it? Middle Hillbilly Arkansas State?
Here is my 2015 women’s bracket.
I promise you that this year’s will not look like this. Unless they are upset by a Yale or Iona along the way, my Final Four are Baylor, South Carolina, Notre Dame and Geno and the Giants (UConn). They are the best four teams in women’s basketball today coached by four great coaches and their staff. Yeah, you two als0 – Geno and Muffett – Doesn’t mean I don’t respect you, even if I don’t like you! <smile>
There are 60 other teams though that could provide an upset to anyone of those four before the Final Four arrive in Indianapolis.
Coming soon: How to Fill Out Your Bracket – We will look at how Dr. Beverly Hofstadter and Dr. Sheldon Cooper might do the math calculating the statistical odds of teams reaching The Final Four versus the Penny methodology of “I think their uniforms are pretty and I love the hair styles and what the coaches are wearing – especially the shoes. Oh yeah. I love their mascot – the Beavers.” Both methods are equally valid in selecting a winning team.