March Madness 2023

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It's tourney time again, and there are some fine teams and elite talents sprinkled in to root for. I'm happy to write up a preview of the four regions again, although this year might be a little bit lighter on content. I'm just going to reserve a couple of posts at the top of this thread, since it usually only takes until about Page 3 for an erstwhile lurker to ask if anyone has done team breakdowns. Feel free to fill up the thread in the meantime.

East Regional

#1 Purdue Boilermakers

Purdue is a caste favorite and this season's highest-ranked white-centric team. Their star player is the 7'4 gargantuan center Zach Edey, who is some blend of Chinese and northern Baltic by way of Canada but also a pale-skinned caste buster in spirit. My favorite aspect of this Boilermakers team is their two white American freshman point guards Braden Smith and Fletcher Loyer. Those three adjectives in succession are extremely rare for any D1 backcourt, let alone a power conference top tourney seed. Purdue also features big Caleb Furst and wing Ethan Morton in their top seven players and often plays five whites (including Edey) at once. This is a prime opportunity for Matt Painter to ascend into the top echelon of college coaches.

#16 Fairleigh Dickinson Knights (play-in winner)
The Knights have the shortest lineup in D1 basketball this season. That's a tough distinction to hold when drawing Purdue. Their coach, Tobin Anderson, is a positive story. From small-town Iowa, he left a blossoming D2 championship contender to take a shot at the "big time" of FDU, a program that went 4-22 last year. Anderson produced a miraculous turnaround immediately. There are at least a couple of white guys on the roster; maybe the team starts stocking up on country boys next year.

#8 Memphis Tigers

The Fighting Penny Hardaways are generally known for bribing highly-rated black players to sign out of high school and try the college scene for a year or two. They have two white mascots at the end of their bench but are otherwise a traditionally putrid stain on the bluegrass region. Memphis has been hot though to end the season, probably are a bit underseeded, and will likely be a "trendy" upset pick for the Sweet 16. According to my advanced scouting reports, the team lacks composure and (basketball) IQ.

#9 Florida Atlantic Owls
The Owls coaxed 7'1 sophomore Russian Vladislav Goldin to transfer from Texas Tech this year. He's an old-fashioned big with no range who averages 11 points and 6.5 rebounds. FAU also has a fair-skinned Puerto Rican who barely plays and two white walk-ons who never play. Normally, I'd say Find Another University to cheer for, but I do hope they beat Memphis.

#5 Duke Blue Devils
First year coach Jon Scheyer had an excellent debut season, winning both the ACC conference and tournament. Duke is no longer America's Most Hated team (due to Winning While White), having reverted back to recruiting a few white players. Their star man this year is freshman stretch big Kyle Filipowski, projected to be a low-end lottery pick. Scheyer owes Filipowski for much of his success, stepping up where overhyped black bum Derrick Lively busted as a prospect. It's hard to see Duke winning a tough game where this kid isn't in his zone. The Blue Devils also play grad transfer center Ryan Young off the bench for spot minutes. They have four-star freshman SG Jaden Schutt serving a racial apprenticeship on the bench, along with Portuguese center Stanley Borden deep in reserve purgatory. The lone white megastar makes this team a decent watch.

#12 Oral Roberts Golden Eagles

The Summit League tournament winner features natural wonder of the world Connor Vannover, a 7'5 stretch forward who has taken 136 threes this season. Oral Roberts also starts Estonian senior guard Carlos Jurgens, plays junior guard Trey Phipps off the bench, and has a local white walk-on in Jake Shannon.

#4 Tennessee Volunteers
The Volunteers' ensemble cast is led by Uruguayan senior guard Santiago Vescovi, a first-team SEC selection and tournament veteran. Serbian senior forward Uros Plavsic plays a limited role off the bench, and Tennessee gives charity jerseys to three more whites who wave towels from the sideline.

#13 Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns
The Sun Belt representatives are entirely black save for a lone white walkon and of course their boomer head coach.

#6 Kentucky Wildcats

John Calipari's traditional all-black team is sullied by former Iowa guard CJ Fredrick, who transferred in 2021 but missed all last season with a hamstring injury. Fredrick starts when healthy but seems to have deferred all scoring responsibilities to his teammates. Although his talents are being squandered, Fredrick got engaged this year to his pretty white basketball-playing hometown girlfriend. It's hard to argue with that sort of life choice. It should go without saying that Kentucky's three white walk-ons are honor roll students who will never, ever take off their warmup pants. Each year during March Madness, it is tradition that one white player on a terrible caste squad comes out of nowhere with the game of his life to defeat a white-friendly opponent. Fredrick is a good candidate for this sort of tragedy.

#11 Providence Friars
The Friars are an all-black team with a black head coach. They have three undersized white underclassman walk-ons who will never see meaningful minutes at the school.

#3 Kansas State Wildcats
Black head coach Jerome Tang coaches an all-black outfit with two corn-fed white mascots at the end of the bench, not on scholarship. You can practically smell the fresh apple pie on the windowsill of this quintessential Americana heartland team.


#14 Montana State Bobcats
The Bobcats won the Big Sky tournament to cap a streak of 8 straight victories. Their roster has 8 whites and 6 blacks. While that seems relatively fair for a D1 program, the statistical breakdown is comical. 6'8 guard Tyler Patterson is the sole white starter but is sixth on the team in scoring. Two other white players see minutes but don't accumulate any real stats. That's a low water mark for any team from the Treasure State.

#7 Michigan State Spartans
Senior PF Joey Hauser is probably the MVP of this ensemble cast, averaging 14.2 points and 6.9 rebounds. Tom Izzo usually keeps one or two whiteys around to avoid designation as a total caste cuck. This year is no different, with promising freshman big Jaxon Kohler nibbling at the end of the competitive minutes. The Spartans also have a young white center on the roster along with Izzo's walk-on son.

#10 USC Trojans
Towering 6'9 senior guard Drew Peterson averages 14-6.5-4.4 per game, as well as a steal (2nd, 1st, 1st, and 2nd on the team). After Peterson, the well runs dry. USC keeps three honkeys at the end of their bench. Will any white player make the rotation next season?

#2 Marquette Golden Eagles
Junior point guard Tyler Kolek is the star of this act. Kolek is one of the top point guards in the nation after being an unrecruited walk-on at George Mason just three years ago. Wow, the scouts must have overlooked him somehow. Marquette plays freshman center Ben Gold for 8 minutes per game and keeps three white guys at the end of their bench. High-yellow headman Shaka Smart is an established anti-white coach with a storied history of completely ignoring white players. He is going to get a lot of credit for riding the Kolek horse that he inherited this season and next; however, he's shown no interest in replacing him with a like commodity.

#15 Vermont Catamounts
Coach John Becker's Vermont team is a relative powerhouse in the America East Conference, reaching the tourney for the fifth time in 12 seasons. They start three whites and have a couple more on the bench. Upperclassmen Finn Sullivan, Robin Duncan, and Matt Veretto are all key contributors. Unfortunately, there is a dearth of white underclassmen on deck for next year's team.

For CF fans, the East quadrant is crap as usual. Purdue is really the only acceptable bracket choice. Duke, Marquette, Tennessee, and USC each have one white star player, and I'd rank those teams in that order of preference. Vermont is a 10.5 point underdog but would be a pleasant Cinderella.
 
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South Regional

#1 Alabama
The Crimson Tide is in the news cycle lately for the outlandish actions of their future NBA superstar black, who seems to have handed a loaded gun to a teammate's friend immediately before that guy shot his pregnant girlfriend who was sitting in a parked car. Brandon Miller is not presently facing charges for this, but the story is so grotesque that normally limp sports journalism has begun to mau-mau about the stark absence of consequences for this celebrity role model. Miller has responded to the scrutiny by making a couple of firearm-related hand gestures during game celebrations. Coach Nate Oats has also put his foot in his mouth responding to inquiries. Anyway, Alabama has zero white players save the three white walk-ons who do the real players' homework. Quite a tragicomedy overall.

#16 Texas A&M Corpus Christie Islanders (play-in winner)
The Texas A&M Corpus Christie Islanders have an unorthodox gameplan where they try to tire out their opponents by getting them to repeat their name. This team has a 7'3 white center who doesn't play at all, and then also a whole bevy of blacks. More like Corpus Nigreos, am I right?

#8 Maryland Terrapins
Maryland is led by first-year head coach Kevin Willard, who succeeds a decade of tenure from the notoriously anti-white Mark Turgeon. The Terps have six white players on their roster, so presumably a couple of them must be on scholarship. However, none of them will play meaningful minutes, so pass on this ebony exposition.

#9 West Virginia Mountaineers
Fifth year senior guard Erik Stevenson joins his fourth D1 school and third power conference program as a grad transfer. For some reason, he picked Bob Huggins' anti-white outfit. Stevenson has plugged in as the team's best player, leading in scoring as a volume shooter. He is the only white player on the roster.

#5 San Diego Aztecs
The Aztecs have two white walk-ons who don't play and a whole mob of melanin.

#12 College of Charleston Cougars
Well, well, well. The Cougars start four whites, who are their four top scorers, and have nine on their roster. They're led by point guard Ryan Larson, off guard Dalton Bolon, and big Ante Brzovic. This would be a fine team to pick as your annual 5-12 upset.

#4 Virginia Cavaliers
The Cavs are not white-friendly as in some recent years, currently playing just two whites in their rotation as the #5 and #6 contributors. Grad student forward Ben Vander Plas is out for the tournament with injury. Argentinian center Francisco Caffaro has been a spot starter but averages only backup minutes. Freshman guard Isaac McKneely plays a bit part but could be a key player in a year or two. Virginia also stocks a couple of white walk-ons who don't play. This team does not make me say Wahoo.

#13 Furman Paladins
Furman starts power forward Garrett Hien and plays two more whites off the bench. They keep a small fleet of white walk-ons stapled to the end of their bench. The team is just shy of 20% of its points scored by its whites - nothing special.

#6 Creighton Bluejays
The Bluejays' 15-man roster features nine whites and six blacks. Their two white starters are both key contributers: 7'1 260 lbs center Ryan Kalkbrenner and South Dakota State wing transfer Baylor Scheierman. Schierman averages north of 8 rebounds, 3 assists, and a steal per game, while Kalkbrenner is a load inside and also averages 2.2 blocks. Creighton plays two other white regulars from their bench in low-usage roles.

#11 NC State Wolfpack
NC State is a conservative campus relative to typical colleges, but its sports teams don't push any envelopes. The Wolfpack have a Serbian center who entered the year as a starter but has been out since late December with a knee injury. There is a white walk-on who doesn't play, and that's it. I won't be howling at the moon for this squad.

#3 Baylor Bears
Baylor has three whites on its roster. Two don't play, and the other averages 3 points in 12 minutes of backup duty. Pass.

#14 UCSB Gauchos
The Gauchos stock eight white players but started an all-black five for most of the year. Senior guard Calvin Wishart climbed into the starting lineup due to injury, and three other white players get limited reserve minutes. This is a very stark racial hierarchy that, while quite unpleasant, still provides a lot more rooting interest than the engineers of Baylor University.

#7 Missouri Tigers
Missouri dumped their anti-white racist coach Cuonzo Martin last year and replaced him with another black coach from the low-majors. New coach Dennis Gates deserves some credit for reaching the tournament. He brought along a white walk-on grad transfer from Cleveland State and added a white freshman walk-on to the end of the roster. While this is a total revolution from the previous regime, there's no need for alarm.

#10 Utah State Aggies
The Aggies were the most white-friendly bubble team, so I'm very happy to see them here. It's unfortunate that they'll match up so early with Arizona. Utah State starts five whites and brings three blacks off the bench - a wholesale reversal of the typical caste system roster hierarchy. The names you'll hear are probably sharpshooter Steven Ashworth and slasher Max Shulga, a formidable backcourt. All five starters average double digits. Second-year head coach Ryan Odom is a feel-good story; let's hope he keeps up his momentum.

#2 Arizona Wildcats
The Wildcats are another white-friendly outfit with a competitive seed. Lithuanian forward Azuolis Tubelis is the team's lead scorer and alpha. Tubelis could potentially leave for the NBA as a late first-round pick, especially with a great tournament run. He is supported by Swedish guard Pelle Larsson and Estonian guard Kerr Kriisa, although Larsson has recently been relegated to sixth man status. Arizona also plays backup Estonian big Henri Veesaar. The Wildcats stock a whopping nine *additional* white players between their reserves and walk-ons. New coach Tommy Lloyd is well-stocked already for the future and is absolutely using his Gonzaga model of finding elite foreign talents to overwhelm average American blacks.

#15 Princeton Tigers
The Ivy League tournament champs have a roster that includes 9 whites and a half-Korean half-jew, which is much better than runners-up Yale. Princeton starts guards Ryan Langborg and Matt Allocco along with freshman forward Caden Pierce. They also play a couple more whites off the bench. That makes five out of nine in the rotation plus their unusual automatic admission.

For CF fans, the South features a chalk favorite in Arizona and competent outfits in Creighton and Utah State. Charleston will be an underdog but at least provides a rooting interest in the top half of the region. West Virginia has a Lonely White Star.
 
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Midwest Regional

#1 Houston Cougars
Kelvin Sampson is a longstanding anti-white head coach. His team has kind of been memed into the top seed line after finishing 31-3 in the AAC conference. They have close wins over Saint Mary's at home and Virginia on the road but not much else on the resume other than consistency. The team has one poor little white guy stapled to the end of the bench. I can't imagine what sorts of humiliation he is subjected to as a member of this team.

#16 Northern Kentucky Norse

The deceptively-named *NORSE* won the Horizon League tournament. They are one of the many teams to beat the poor man's black version of Pete Maravich this season. Sophomore guard Sam Vinson starts, one other white plays sparingly, and four whites at the end of the bench get participation trophies.

#8 Iowa Hawkeyes
The Hawkeyes aren't as fun as recent years, as their two highest-usage players are black. The very large Serbian center Filip Rebraca anchors the front court, sophomore sharpshooter Payton Sandfort already averages double digits, Fran McCaffery's two sons chip are ever-present, and freshman Josh Dix gets a few minutes each half. Iowa's "2.5" white starters is a below-average total for them but still worth supporting here.

#9 Auburn Tigers
Auburn rosters five whites, but none of them play! That's racist!

#5 Miami Hurricanes
The Hurricanes are known for having a local billionaire buy transfer players directly and overtly. They have some funny names on their team, such as Wooga, Norchad, Bensley, Jakai, Favour, Nijel, and Harlond. Miami has a walk-on from Greece and a borderline four-star freshman, Danilo Jovanovich, who was ranked as the #3 high school player in Wisconsin last year. They played a combined three minutes in one game, far less than the worst black scrub on the end of the bench with them. I hope they are at least having fun looking at boobies down there in South Beach.

#12 Drake Bulldogs

Drake is a fun team because of the coach's son Tucker Devries, who won this year's Larry Bird Mountain Valley Conference POY award as a sophomore on the back of 19 ppg, 5.6 rpg, and 1 spg. The Bulldogs also start SG Garrett Sturtz and play a few other whites as reserves that all grew up within 200 miles of campus and generally weren't recruited elsewhere. Easy to root for.

#4 Indiana Hoosiers
Indiana starts two whites, slashing SG Trey Galloway and deep threat wing Miller Kopp, a Northwestern transfer. Galloway and Kopp aren't really stars but do give the team a pleasant aesthetic. There are a couple more white reserves on scholarship who might factor in down the road.

#13 Kent State Golden Flashes
Kent State has a white coach and two white scrubs who haven't set foot on the court all year. Hard pass.

#6 Iowa State Cyclones
Slovenian senior forward Aljaz Kunc lost his starting spot in December due to injury and has been playing the last month as the seventh man in a strictly supporting role. He has a season-high of 22 points but isn't a guarantee to even take any shots. There are two white bozos cheerleading on the bench. Senior guard Gabe Kalscheur looks kinda white but most assuredly is not.

#11 Pitt Panthers
The Pitt Panthers won their play-in game against Mississippi State on Tuesday night. They have twin Spanish freshman forwards Guillermo and Jorge Diaz Graham on their bench, along with one white walk-on. Guillermo got his first start of the season this week, but neither brother is very high-usage.

#3 Xavier Musketeers
Xavier starts Iowa transfer center Jack Nunge and guard Adam Kunkel, but unfortunately a third white starter is out for the season with injury. They play a couple of white reserves occasionally and have a few more walk-ons at the end of the bench. Both Nunge and Kunkel average double digit points, so this team isn't too rough on the sensibilities.

#14 Kennessaw State Owls
The Owls have one white reserve, another white walk-on, and otherwise are completely black.

#7 Texas A&M Aggies
Junior guard Hayden Hefner was a local three-star prospect whose racial apprenticeship duties have expanded this year to include 10 minutes per game. He's the only white player on the entire roster.

#10 Penn State Nittany Lions
Penn State starts senior Bucknell transfer guard Andrew Funk, who averages 12 ppg. Fifth year senior forward Michael Henn plays a minimal role off the bench, and there are three white walk-ons. Penn State fired its white head coach two years ago literally because he used the word "noose" in a figure of speech to a black scrub player during an individual meeting. Their current black coach, Micah Shrewsbury, is from Matt Painter's assistant tree. Shrewsbury deserves a bit of credit for finding a local low-major white player to plug in as an immediate impact. However, the cupboard is bare again after this season, and the team still leaves a foul taste in my mouth, proverbially.

#2 Texas Longhorns
Texas plays a grad student forward for ten minutes per game and has three other whites that never play. I don't care who's on scholarship at this point for them - they suck! They have a black interim coach finishing the year after white wunderkind caste cuck Chris Beard was unceremoniously fired for tuning up his girlfriend, who almost certainly deserved it. Beard has already signed on to coach Ole Miss next year, incidentally, but Texas holds its anti-white coaches to much higher moral and behavioral standards.

#15 Colgate Raiders
The Raiders are my favorite low-major powerhouse. I never win a March Madness pool in part because I pick them for the Elite Eight every year. Coach Matt Langel might get a statue there someday, although he's currently in consideration to turn around Notre Dame, Georgetown, and St. John's next season. Colgate starts four whites, including stars Tucker Richardson and Keegan Records. Wing Oliver Lynch-Daniels shoots an absurd 50.3% from deep on 153 attempts.


For CF fans, another region with slim pickings. Xavier and Indiana are acceptable teams in the top four. Drake and Colgate make for excellent underdogs. I'd really like to see Houston lose early, myself.
 
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West Regional

#1 Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas is palatable as a top seed solely because of freshman phenom Gradey Dick, who projects as a low-end lottery pick in the upcoming draft. Dick is option #1B on the team and is reliable to put up a solid stat line. Apart from him, there isn't much to lean on. Sophomore forward Zach Clemence is still in a racial apprenticeship despite being the #34 recruit out of high school. The Jayhawks have four white walk-ons to keep up the team GPA.

#16 Howard Bison
Howard is an HCBU. Amazingly, they play the same amount of white players as Kansas. Forward Jordan White starts and averages about 8 and 4. I suppose he also gets to attend the special HCBU basketball combine to boost their pro representation, lucky guy.

#8 Arkansas Razorbacks

Head coach Eric Musselman really loves the blacks. He has a black wife, a black son, and an all-black roster. He wears black to funerals. So when a white player comes along and gets a scholarship offer, and then averages even six minutes of court time as a true freshman, you know he must be good. Joseph Pinion is that local four-star guard who is trying his best to make it work with his hometown team. He's likely to be a great player, but doesn't get much this year.

#9 Illinois Fighting Illini
Baylor transfer forward Matthew Mayer is the second-leading scorer for Illinois and has put up a few high-flying dunks. 6'7 sophomore guard Luke Goode has climbed into the rotation this past month after an early-season injury. Coach Brad Underwood hasn't been too white-friendly in his power conference endeavors. He stashes a handful of white reserves at the bottom of the roster, presumably as bellhops and towel boys.

#5 Saint Mary's Gaels
Saint Mary's is perennially a CF favorite for great reason. They have ten white players on their fourteen-man roster. Announcers gush over true freshman guard Aidan Mahaney, who is alleged to have an NBA future. Alex Ducas is the top shooter from deep on this perimeter-oriented offense. Logan Johnson definitely has a non-white somewhere in his family tree's woodpile but can pass the eye-test in a pinch. I'll allow it. Head coach Randy Bennett, in his 22nd year with the team, is a treasure. He'd have a bigger job if any school was willing to field a team that looked like this. Realistically, this team is shy of being elite but could still knock off a blue blood program if they hit their shots.

#12 VCU Rams
VCU plays in the Atlantic-10 conference but has long been an honorary HCBU. They have one eccentric white player with funny hair, David Shriver, who transferred from Hartford. He comes in as the sixth man and jacks up threes until he's subbed back out. Ha ha, fair enough.

#4 UConn Huskies

Dan Hurley had always been an anti-white coach in the mold of his father, disregarding his own family's playing successes to exclusively recruit blacks. Three years ago, his son Andrew joined his team as a walk-on. Andrew felt very isolated practicing and traveling alone with an entire group of teammates from a different race and class. So, Dan recruited a few whites for the first time ever to keep him company. This story isn't proven to be true (I made it up), but it could be. Forward Alex Karaban starts, and guard Joey Calcaterra and huge center Donovan Clingan are regular rotation players. The trio was initially combining for about 30 ppg to start the year, but lately it's down to more like ~24. UConn also has a Greek and an Israeli freshman duo on scholarship but outside of the rotation. Quite an overhaul for the Huskies program.

#13 Iona Gaels
Coach Rick Pitino is always the center of attention around this team. The Gaels had a white starter who was lost to injury in December. They now play only a couple of white backups in minimal roles.

#6 TCU Horned Frogs
TCU has an all-black top of the roster and an all-white bottom of the roster that never plays. Just an obscene caste outfit that makes no effort to hide its racial agenda.

#11 Arizona State Sun Devils
Bobby Hurley had always been an anti-white coach in the mold of his father, disregarding his own family's playing successes to exclusively recruit blacks. Three years ago, his son Bobby Jr. joined his team as a walk-on. Have you heard this story before? Unlike UConn, Arizona State only plays one white player for about nine minutes per game. They have a small pack of white scrubs that keep huddled together for warmth at the far reaches of the bench.

#3 Gonzaga
Drew Timme's mustachioed visage is the face of college basketball. His stats have probably plateaued a bit this year simply because he doesn't have elite talent on the court with him this time around. He's one of the best players in school history and an easy rooting interest. Unfortunately, Mark Few strayed from his trademark formula of trans-oceanic white recruiting, and the only other white getting playing time is reserve forward Ben Gregg. Gonzaga isn't the worst choice simply because of Timme, but the stone has lost some polish.

#14 Grand Canyon Antelopes

Grand Canyon is coached by former tourney hero Bryce Drew of Valparaiso fame. Unfortunately, Drew has not found any players to follow in his footsteps as a white American college star. The Antelopes have one rotation substitute and three white walk-ons nailed to the end of the bench.

#7 Northwestern Wildcats
Northwestern lost Duke C Ryan Young and Indiana wing Miller Kopp to the transfer portal this season, and they are both starting for their teams in the tourney. Oh, what could have been. As such, the Wildcats still start an acceptable two white players: bigs Robbie Beran and Matthew Nicholson. Underclassmen Brooks Barnhizer and Nick Martinelli each see some rotation minutes. Head coach Chris Collins has been around for a decade at NWU and brings a hot team into March Madness looking for his second-ever tourney victory.

#10 Boise State Broncos
The Broncos are led by dynamo sophomore forward Tyson Degenhart, a first-team Mountain West selection. Senior guard Max Rice joins him in the starting lineup; together, they are the team's top two scorers. There are a couple of white bigs that play sparingly as well as a handful of white reserves.

#2 UCLA Bruins
Senior forward Jaime Jaquez Jr. leads the team in points and rebounds. While not exactly a Mayflower arrival, you could certainly call him "white hispanic," and he'll be a bit of a caste-buster if he makes an NBA roster next year. The Bruins have merely a few white walk-ons, as head coach Mick Cronin has had time enough now to mold the roster in his preferred image: those who look nothing like him.

#15 UNC-Asheville Bulldogs

The Bulldogs have just three white players, but two of them start. 6'11 stretch forward Drew Pember does a bit of everything, averaging 21.2 points, 9.4 rebounds, 2.1 blocks, (all team highs) as well as a steal and a couple of assists per game. Fletcher Abee starts at shooting guard. This team jacks up a lot of threes, which is usually what you need for a fighting chance as the #15 seed.

For CF fans, Saint Mary's is the gold standard here. The 7-10 matchup between Boise State and Northwestern should be a fun watch. Gonzaga and Kansas both have Lonely White Stars. UConn isn't a bad consolation choice.
 
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I'm halfway done with the bracket now and will do my best to finish the other two regions by tomorrow evening.

I felt bad for Rutgers and its white American starting backcourt after getting boned out of a tourney bid. Tonight, they laid an egg in overtime at home in an NIT matchup against nearby Hofstra. Better luck next time. Wisconsin, Clemson, and Florida are other NIT teams of potential interest. Michigan started three whites again tonight in squeaking past Toledo.
 

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Great write ups Phall. Looking forward to watching all the teams that you've identified as worth supporting.
 

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Thanks for these write ups. It looks like Purdue, St Mary’s and Arizona are the best shots to have winning your brackets……..
 

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nice work, Phall!
 

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The brackets are finished!

Thank you all for the compliments. The writing itself is fun, but the rushed deadline can make it seem tedious. We can now fill out our betting sheets through the lens of cynical race-realism.

Feel free to go chalk with yours, but I'm picking Utah State, Saint Mary's, Colgate, and Purdue in my Final Four. Let's go!
 

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The brackets are finished!

Thank you all for the compliments. The writing itself is fun, but the rushed deadline can make it seem tedious. We can now fill out our betting sheets through the lens of cynical race-realism.

Feel free to go chalk with yours, but I'm picking Utah State, Saint Mary's, Colgate, and Purdue in my Final Four. Let's go!
This box could buy you an island in the Caribbean I heard the estate of Jeffery Epstien has one for sale at a good price...
 

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Hey Phall. Excellent work my friend. I know that took a long time to compile. Wish we would buy you some pizza and beer. You
deserve it brother. I have a friend in town from out of state until Sunday so busy alot right now. Gonna try to watch some games
here and there and just the scores as much as possible. Showing them around town. I appreciate you Phall as well as all of the
great posters that do great work here.
 

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the comedic gold in these team blurbs had me laughing out loud!

additionally, I’d like to praise your insight on the lone White kid from Arkansas. Pinion is a 6-foot-5 scoring machine, but he’s riveted to the bench due to “not being able to play defense.” it’s ludicrous, but such is the strength of the pro-black narrative. besides, none of his teammates can put the ball in the basket, but they’re somehow “elite” “talents” i’m told. puke.

i’d love to lure Pinion onto my team through the transfer portal ... i like Will Tschetter from Michigan, as well. hopefully they’ll find greener pastures and Whiter systems moving forward.
 

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let the Madness begin!
 

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I’m watching Furman vs Virginia. Quite a few gym rats on the floor.
 
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Utah State is perhaps the best 3-point shooting team in the nation ... but they didn’t make a single shot from deep in the first half. still, they’re only down by 4 at the break.
 

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Utah State is perhaps the best 3-point shooting team in the nation ... but they didn’t make a single shot from deep in the first half. still, they’re only down by 4 at the break.
Hopefully their luck changes.

WV and Erickson out already. Virginia looking to advance but they aren’t very exciting.

Edit: LOL, Virginia loses thanks to their midget 5th year starting PG making one of the stupidest turnovers you’ll see at the end.
 

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Furman knocks off Virginia in a WILD ending!

with a 2-point lead and possession of the ball, hyped UVA point guard, mystery meat Kehie Clark, stupidly throws the ball up for grabs with 10 seconds left. Furman’s only White athlete in the floor intercepts the pass and finds an open teammate for 3 with 2 seconds left to take the lead by one.
 

Bucky

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Wow I just turned over to the Utah State game! Virginia’s first round woes continue!
 

Bucky

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Utah State starting the 2nd half out strong! An easy layup followed by a steal and 3 from their PG!
 

white lightning

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Utah State is perhaps the best 3-point shooting team in the nation ... but they didn’t make a single shot from deep in the first half. still, they’re only down by 4 at the break.
This is one of the whitest teams in the nation outside of Purdue. So fun tow watch. Hope they can hang on and beat Missouri in a very
close game with Utah St. down 3 with about 12 minutes to go in the 2nd half.
 

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Just got home and turned on the Utah State game, down 4 with 8 minutes to go. Should be interesting
 
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