Infographic: The Economics of March Madness

March 22, 2012 | By: Jerod Morris

March Madness won’t throw the country into a recession, but it does mark a rather unproductive period for the American workforce. Apparently the NCAA Tournament leads to several weeks of diminished productivity at work with an estimated $175 million lost during the first two days.

Indiana-Kentucky Preview: Cavernous Georgia Dome Should Not Adversely Affect Sharp-Shooting Hoosiers

March 22, 2012 | By: Jerod Morris

Indiana may well have an off shooting night from downtown Friday night, but based on the anecdotal evidence from five sets of NCAA Tournament games played at the Georgia Dome, if Indiana – a very, very good 3-point shooting team – does shoot poorly from 3-point range, it will not be the fault of the cavernous Georgia Dome and its ostensibly challenging shooting background.

15 March Madness Legends – Where Are They Now?

March 16, 2012 | By: Keith Mullett

It seems like every year there is a player who takes the NCAA Tournament by storm, often out of nowhere. If you’ve ever wondered “what ever happened to that guy?” or if you just wanted to take a trip down memory lane, then read on, as Keith has compiled a list of NCAA Tournament studs who failed to remain in the highlight reels at the next level.