Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole, and until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets. The Casinos tend to go a little crazier during March Madness, so I’d take these offers before they’re gone.
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Over the course of the past month, I fell in love with a stripper in New Orleans, remembered I had invested in a microchip stock, and stayed with a bunch of University of Miami girls in Nashville, but tonight, this was the best night I’ve had in a year…and I’m sober. Something about watching kids make their dreams come true makes March Madness so special. I know that it feels like UNC versus Duke was the 1980 Olympics, and the National Championship is just the part that we gloss over, but the job is not done. Kansas is more physically imposing than your weird cousin who buys steroids from Central America off of bodybuilding forums, they hit threes with the success rate of my friend Tony after seven beers (sorry, dude, it’s true), and their performance against Villanova was yet another example of their ability to get ahead early. Kansas is a phenomenal team, but let’s be honest, after what we all just witnessed against Duke, there’s a palpable sense that this is North Carolina’s game to lose.
What strikes me most about UNC isn’t their dominance on the glass, the way they’ve eviscerated teams this tournament, or Brady Manek’s beard…it’s the heart they play with. As soon as I saw Armando Bacot go down against Duke, I had a feeling that he would be back on the court within five minutes. While this game will be a knife fight between two teams with a lot of size, I’m taking UNC because of their foul shooting. With both the Jayhawks and Tar Heels shooting around 36% beyond the arc, UNC’s ability to make shots from the free-throw line will edge them in a game that will likely go down to the wire. Take the Tar Heels.