March Madness 2015 NCAA Basketball Or Winter Weather

Dated: 03/06/2015

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I’ll let you decide which one gets top billing in the madness ranking.

The NCAA regular season is rapidly coming to an end. The selection committee announces the brackets on Sunday March 15th. The Final Four will conclude on April 6th with the championship game. It will be held at the Lucas Oil Arena in Indianapolis. I guess the leading question going into the tournament is whether the University of Kentucky can complete an undefeated season.

As for the weather, last month I was talking about not being angry with Punxsutawney Phil as he was only the messenger. Well, after having to move about 6-7 inches of snow yesterday, I might go to the range and get in some target practice. I used the term winter’s last hurrah on Wednesday and heard it being used all over the airwaves on Thursday. I think I should get some sort of residuals. Looking forward, we might actually have a week of normal temperatures with no talk of snow.

Good Luck to those who will compete in the basketball and hopefully, good bye winter!

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