March Madness is back again. It is time for the NCAA Division I basketball championship tournaments once again. “March Madness” is a phenomenon that grips the national sports psyche from the first week of March through the first week of April. March Madness is the moniker that is given to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments. These tournaments determine the national champions of college basketball.” It is a tournament that sends millions of fans into frenzy. Five students tell us who they think will win and why.
Jake Hartberger ’12, Reading, Pa.:
Ohio State. They have great three-point shooters and Jared Sullinger is a beast down low.
Scott Hammer ’12, Altoona, Pa.:
Kansas. They have depth, a solid point guard, plays, and two bona fide superstars with the Morris twins.
Jason Greenberg ’12, Reading, Conn.:
Duke. They have the best guard play.
Matt Regan ’12, Allentown, Pa.:
Duke. Kyrie Irving coming back after missing almost the entire regular season puts Duke on top.
Matt Fritz ’13, Allentown, Pa.:
Kansas. They are the most talented team and the most balanced inside and out.
Sam Elder ’13, Manchester, Md.:
As long as Duke doesn’t win, I don’t care!
-Mary Munion ’13, Juniata Online Journalist