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Delhommey

Michigan St vs Louisville

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That blew my bracket. I had only lost 6 games total until today but I had Louisville in the final...

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My dad and a number of my family went to MSU...couldn't happen to a more depressed part of the country

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I expect the crowd will be in MSU favor at the Final Four.

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My bracket is done. Had UL playing UNC in the final

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Congrats MSU...always like for Pitino to be eliminated. Hope they cool off before the championship game against the Heels.

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My bracket's been toast, I had Missouri, Pitt, MSU, UNC in the final four. But I've only got like 88 points out of 120 possible points. I had Wake in the sweet Sixteen losing to Louisville. I also had Fl st in the sweet sixteen as well....

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:lol: I wonder if Kentucky will come calling?

Izzo would be crazy to take that job....maybe he will use the talk to get even more money. That's the game isn't it?

He's a legend at MSU....doesn't need UK.

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Izzo would be crazy to take that job....maybe he will use the talk to get even more money. That's the game isn't it?

He's a legend at MSU....doesn't need UK.

I think he meant Pitino....hence the lol

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I think he meant Pitino....hence the lol

Ha...but....you know....Pitino is a strange one. It would be fun if he did that.....he would LOVE the attention.

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