How To Follow March Madness On Twitter

March Madness

The first round of March Madness 2014 kicked off Tuesday night with Albany and North Carolina State moving forward.

Keeping up with all the wins, loses and highlights isn’t a problem thanks to social media, but getting it all in just one place can be a hassle.

If you’re a big Twitter fan like we are, lists are a great way to easily follow updates, which is why we created a special March Madness list.

From analysts to the official NCAA Twitter account, make sure you don’t miss a second of what’s happening:


With Warren Buffett and Quicken Loans willing to give $1 billion for the perfect March Madness bracket, college basketball fans have an even bigger reason to stay busy this season.

Mike Stenger

Lover of technology, Mike often makes jokes that nobody laughs at.


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