2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament Guide

My favorite sporting event of the year is the NCAA Tournament. It always has been since my day as a little kid in Bloomington, and I suspect it always will be. Therefore, it should not surprise you that every year around this time Midwest Sports Fans is overrun with March Madness content.

Starting in about mid-February, we pretty much do it all: from site breakdowns to bracket breakdowns to conference tournament breakdowns to tournament history, we try to provide as much information as we can get you ready for the tournament and to help you follow along once the brackets are announced.

One challenge is organizing all of this March Madness content. You can always click on the March Madness category page, or you can bookmark this page. Every post that goes out about March Madness will be linked here, and you’ll be able to find a convenient link to this page in the navigation bar. So no matter what you’re looking for this March, come here first; there is a good chance we’ll have it.

2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament

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With Selection Sunday less than two weeks away, keep track of Andy Bottoms’ author page for his latest Bubble Watches and takedowns of Joe Lunardi.

March Madness 2011 Overview:

2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament Tickets:

Conference Tournaments:

Bracket Breakdowns by Region:

NCAA Tournament History:

As I said, this post will be constantly updated with new links and content, so bookmark and check back often.



About Jerod Morris

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  1. I can't wait for your regional breakdowns, analysis, and winners vs the spread predictions.

    • Excellent! Makes my day having you comment that because I certainly spend a lot of time on them. Last year, my initial bracket got busted pretty early, but once I started doing game-by-game picks from the Sweet 16 on, I did pretty well (including Butler getting all the way to title game). Can't wait!

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