Sitting in the middle of March Madness it is easy to forget that this annual orgy of basketball and money is a relatively new phenomenon.
We all have goals and ambitions that we believe will bring us a sense of everlasting satisfaction and purpose, but it is the people and memories that occupy the space between that make the struggle bearable.
My brackets may be busted but that doesn't mean I'm out of the game. I'm still a huge fan of March Madness, because for me, it's one of the best times of the year.
Melvin Ejim came into his own this year on the offensive end as he has helped Iowa State reach the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament.
Gluten is the clear top seed, but Warm Champagne and Spotty Wi-Fi are ready to make deeps runs in the tournament.
They offer quality food, beer and spirits as well as a top sports-watching environment.
At the end of the day, so many of us feel like underdogs and we want nothing more than to see another underdog succeed. Luckily for us, we can count on the annual March Madness to provide a few underdogs success stories.
What do you call a TV ad about Burger King, the NCAA, and a former college basketball player? I call it a glimpse into the messy world of college sports and big business. And that's exactly what's on display this month during March Madness.
The madness of March is ever upon us with Harvard, yet again, busting brackets of many and Mercer possibly spoiling many others billion dollar dreams.
Those bracket pool entries are probably the most heavily researched investments most people ever make. Perhaps some of that careful due diligence can be carried over to principles that will help people manage their retirement savings.
You want to make sure you're paying down your debt as quickly as possible. First, pay at least the minimum amount due and pay it on time each month.
by Tyler Mackenzie I was a junior on the varsity basketball team and my minutes were decreasing to the point where I was barely in the game. I wa...
You might have to wait a few more days to see your team play, but don't wait to sign up for coverage because open enrollment ends on March 31.
As a sleep specialist, helping elite athletes deal with sleep and travel is what I do for a living. Trying to minimize the effects of cross-country travel and sleeping away from home can be a monumental task for some players and regardless of the techniques we use to minimize these obstacles, they are nonetheless always present.
It's important that you fill out your bracket with some sort of game plan in mind. Of course you need a little bit of luck in picking the perfect March Madness bracket, but you might be surprised to see how much statistics actually play into making your selections.