Five Questions Episode 22: The DEFINITIVE 2017 NCAA Tournament Preview
After a quick conversation with New York journalist and Northwestern alum Tim Puko about his school’s first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance, Shawn Hardie (Syracuse), Option A or B host Chris Canada (Florida State) and Dr. Mike Williams (Villanova) preview the NCAA tournament. After the predictions, they discuss the case for and against Syracuse’s omission from the field of 68 (1:04:40 mark).
First Round: 12:10 mark
Second Round: 25:45 mark
Sweet Sixteen: 38:20 mark
Elite Eight: 47:00 mark
Final Four: 54:00 mark
This Is It | S7 E23: The DEFINITIVE 2016 NCAA Tournament Preview
Regular podcast contributor Chris Canada (Florida State) takes over hosting duties this week for brand new dad William H. Strafe (Syracuse) to conduct the annual NCAA tournament preview show with Ali (Lehman College) and Landon Dais (Morehouse). We didn’t listen to the show before editing, so if they said something you don’t like… c’est la vie.
This It Is: The DEFINITIVE 2015 NCAA Tournament Preview
William H. Strafe (Syracuse), Seahawks fan and regular contributor Chris Canada (Florida State) and Ali McFly (Lehman) preview the 2015 NCAA Tournament, discuss who has the best chance to beat Kentucky and why the hell Oklahoma State is in the tournament.
If you want to skip ahead to each round…
First Round: 12:05 mark
Second Round: 56:36 mark
Sweet 16: 1:10:40 mark
Elite Eight: 1:17:07 mark
Final Four: 1:23:00 mark
Enter The 4th Annual seveneighteen Bracket Challenge, presented by (sponsor vacated by NCAA)
Once again, seveneighteen is running a NCAA Tournament bracket contest. Like last year, it’s FREE to enter. Like last year, the winner gets a $50 Visa gift card. Again, like last year, it’s FREE to enter. But unlike last year, instead of using ESPN or Yahoo!, we’re hosting the contest here at theseveneighteen.com. Here’s how to enter:
Register where it says “Have an account?” in the upper right.
You’ll get an e-mail with the subject: [seveneighteen] Your username and password. This email is from us, trust us. (If you don’t get an e-mail, check your spam folder.)
Go back to theseveneighteen.com & log in with your username and new password (copy & paste the password from the e-mail).
To change your password after logging in, click on Profile to change your password.
Once logged in, click on My Brackets, then click on Edit to make your selections. Be sure to hit SAVE after each region to lock in your selections.
The brackets will lock on Thursday, March 19 at noon EDT (ignore that 4 pm deadline you may see, the bracket server is on stupid Greenwich Mean Time), so be sure everything is entered and saved before then.
Any questions? E-mail email@example.com
This Is It | 03.01.13: March Movie Madness – Hood Classics Edition
It’s seveneighteen’s first-ever March Movie Madness Bracket! Over the next month, William H. Strafe, Ness, J. Mikey, Dr. J, Midtown Mo and Streetz will determine the best hood classic movie ever made. Of course, we completely ripped off the NCAA Tournament bracket to do so, creating a 68-team tournament.
In our first installment, the boys discuss the movies that just missed the cut and pick the four play-in game winners. Also, someone shares how one of those movies almost got him in big trouble.
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See the entire bracket below (click the photo below) to enlarge).