It’s March Madness time again and everybody is loving the upsets, the teams that come out of nowhere and watching some dreams come true and other dreams crash. For almost an entire month we get to see the most passionate games played in college sports.
Ran outside crackin' cold ones. Juked a lawn gnome, dunked an empty over my terrorist decoy and yelled, "It's March Madness baby. Merica."
— Cloyd Rivers Pics (@CloydRiversPics) March 18, 2016
March Madness way better than the NBA playoffs
— START ELNENY (@BasedChasen) March 18, 2016
The biggest upset of the tournament so far is probably Yale over Baylor. The Bears were a huge favorite going into the contest but the boys from New Haven pulled out 79 to 75 win. In an epic post-game interview Baylor player Taurean Prince had the perfect answer to the question “how does Yale get more rebounds than Baylor?”
ICYMI: Baylor player explains to media member how they possibly got out rebounded by Yale pic.twitter.com/0wT9MUB71S
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 18, 2016
And of course he instantly became a meme.
Baylor forward Taurean Prince was asked how Yale outrebounds Baylor. He provided a very literal response. pic.twitter.com/J7k1bf6jFf
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 17, 2016
March Madness is the time that your little cousin draws up a bracket because she likes the names of the schools and it wins over your bracket that’s the result of extensive research. These are the days that we get to see the greatest kids that will never make it to the NBA. And everybody goes crazy when their brackets inevitably fail.
The lower your seed in the NCAA tournament, the shaggier your white point guard's hair gets. #MarchMadness
— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) March 18, 2016
— Sports on Earth (@SportsonEarth) March 18, 2016
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