March Madness Updates: Kansas Remains As Crowd Favorite, Other Teams Eyeing For An Upset

The NCAA March Madness is truly in the air. Right now, Kansas still remains as the heavy favorite to win the tournament. However, by checking the created by the NCAA officials, Kansas will need everybody to give their best to win the title again.

Kansas Jayhawks Are Takes The Lead

The official bracket was provided by the NCAA Officials. This year is considered to be one of the toughest tournaments in the NCAA history. The bad blood between UCLA and Kentucky will continue because of the possibility that these two teams will meet in the second round. As stated by experts, Kansas is still the team to beat in this year's tournament. Surprisingly, Kansas Jayhawks were able to upgrade their game, both on the offensive and defensive regions. Players on the opposing teams should watch the two prolific scorers from Kansas, Frank Mason III and Josh Jackson.

Team’s Looking For An Upset

However, Kansas should not be overconfident in this year's tourney, as North Carolina, Gonzaga, and last year's champion, Villanova have also set their goals. Also, other teams are also keeping an eye with Louisville, Arizona, Kentucky and the mighty Duke Blue Devils. These teams have established superstars and their system works effectively. There is an ongoing debate right now whether Villanova can pass their first opponent or not.

NBA Analysts and other celebrities have also revealed the names of their favorite teams. One, in particular, is the Former President Of United States, Barack Obama chose the University of North Carolina to dethrone Villanova. The former POTUS also wanted the University Of North Carolina to face the Duke Blue Devils in the finals to fuel up their rivalry. Former US President Obama hopes that UCLA will win the championship this year.

On the other hand, numerous TV shows will not air any of their episodes due to the special coverage of NCAA March Madness. Games will be aired on March 17.

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