Every year the college basketball world moves forward with pure outstanding athleticism. The NCAA men’s basketball tournaments takes the best teams in the nation and puts them into brackets and at the end of several rounds of games, picks a champion. Every year people make their brackets and every year people are dumbfounded by how they turn out. Even the United States president makes a ballot and does so on national television, which should tell you just how big the tournament is. The pressure is placed on the teams, and those that are looking to make picks on the NCAA March Madness 2013 games, will want to pay attention to the following tips to make the best picks.
If you’re looking at placing money on powerhouse teams, be careful. There are perennial favorites that are wroth looking into, but don’t look for them to win the biggest prize if they are facing some of the more scrappy teams. The reason being is that major teams often overlook their smaller opponents and that can prove to be a big mistake. Look for Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Washington, UCLA, and Gonzaga to make big noise in the tournament. But do not put all your money on perennial powerhouses, because you’ll find that you could lose within 1 point.
Getting ready for the tournament is a complex thing to work through, especially since there are so many teams fighting for a chance to get into the tournament. You’ll find that many squads fold under the pressure while others thrive. Look for teams that are made up of seniors to make big things happen if they have gone to the tournament before, and look for teams that have mostly freshman to fall under the weight of the pressure that can truly be gigantic.
Your best bet in order to get your favorite teams is to make mock brackets leading into the NCAA March Madness 2013 selections. If you properly decipher the teams that are going in, including some of the mainstays like Duke, for instance, then you will have a good picture as to who will win it all.
Getting a perfect bracket is near impossible, but getting most of them right and selecting a champion can be as easy as selecting upset artists like Boston College or Xavier. You’ll find that the teams that you watch and pick out over time will bring great glory, if you do your homework. Don’t leave anything to chance, scout your teams, pick the best, and you’ll win big when the tournament plays out in March.
Article by Miranda Hewitt