Here are some links I have come across...I had to cut the list down...because there are so many outstanding ones:
- Dick Vitale's' Dazzliing Dozen Moments' is a recap of the most memorable college hoop moments to date; in a style only Dickie V. can write it in: http://espn.go.com/espn/dickvitale/story/_/id/9051696/dazzling-dozen-moments-2012-13-college-basketball-regular-season
- Most fans know about Jerry Palm (CBS Sports) https://twitter.com/jppalmCBS and Joe Lunardi's (ESPN) @ESPNLunardi links...however, these two bracketology sites have some 'edge' to them- http://www.teamrankings.com/ncaa-tournament/bracketology/detail/. Team Rankings has some great 'odds' and seeding info...while http://www.bracketography.com/ has yet another, unbiased and frequently updated page that is simple and thought-provoking.
- The NCAA's frequently updated statistic link: http://stats.ncaa.org/rankings/change_sport_year_div is a great place to access quirky individual and team stats in a 'nationally ranked' format. The "March Madness Live" http://www.ncaa.com/march-madness-live/ (complete with mobile links) app is up and running...allows live access to tourney games for cable customers; allows you to keep track of your bracket (before it blows up) and features a 'live' #MarchMadness Twitter feed. What fun!!
- Multi-Channel News has an under publicized story on how TBS may take CBS Sports spot as the place to watch the 2014 Final Four @ Cowboys Stadium in Arlington- http://www.multichannel.com/content/tbs-could-tip-final-four-championship-game-coverage-2014-reports/142150
- Billboard Magazine has an article about all the festivities that will surround the Final Four including the Coke Zero Countdown and the Capital One Jam Fest- check out all the artists that will be performing on Final Four weekend in the ATL: http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/1550647/muse-dave-matthews-band-sting-to-headline-ncaa-big-dance-concert-series-in