For All You Sports Fans…It’s Time to Celebrate March Madness
Welcome to the month of March, known around basketball towns as March Madness. Where sixty-eight teams compete in a single elimination rounds for a chance at their school to be crowned National Champions! A team’s game plan is to advance into the next rounds, the Sweet Sixteen, Elite Eight and onward to the Final Four. This year, the Final Four teams will meet in San Antonio, Texas, on March 31st with the championship game being played on April 2nd.
On March 11th, a committee makes the team selections, seeding and brackets after doing an observation, discussion with coaches, athletic directors, commissioners and reviewing data. They then place the teams into brackets consisting of the East, Midwest, West and South regions.
In 1938, Harold Olsen an Ohio State University coach instituted the establishment of the NCAA postseason playoffs which later became known as the NCAA tournament. The tournament has always been played in March and has become one of the most notable sporting events in the United States!
You’re invited over to our home court. With our pre-game plan it’s a slam dunk! Every player gets a one-on-one to mingle at our sporting event. Once game time begins, the fans will be roaring as they cheer on their teams! Come score with these burlap chalkboard pouches from Cutlery Couture. Together with our stylish design, they make for a winning team!
Be sure to grab a Gatorade at halftime, where every player on the bench needs to be replenished. You won’t get a technical foul with our referee napkins complete with a whistle to call your own shots!
Do you know who’s won the most championships? Our hometown boys, right here in Southern California. The UCLA Bruins hold the record for the most NCAA National Championships with 11 titles! All but one was led by one of the most notable college coaches in history, Coach John Wooden.
So don’t get caught out of bounds this basketball season, grab your popcorn and get ready to make some noise for your team in the Big Game!
© By Linda Yonan