With Selection Sunday behind us, its time to fill out your 2014 NCAA Tournament bracket and enter TSNs 2014 Tournament Challenge brought to you by Werner. Fake Vapormax . Its pretty simple: Pick who you think will win each of the 63 tournament games (with the Tournament starting this Thursday) and earn points for a correct selection. As the tournament progresses, the point value for the right selection increases, culminating with the April 7 final. If you finish with the most points, youll win yourself a trip for two to a pro basketball game of your choice! You dont have to be a college basketball expert to fill out a bracket. Every year, March Madness is marked by Cinderella runs fueled by completely unexpected upsets. Obviously, teams are seeded where they are for a reason and you can use seedings to inform your choices, but theres nothing more satisfying than correctly calling an upset. And why not dare to be bold? You can enter up to 10 brackets. Go ahead and make risky picks in one, but then play it safe in another. Heck, you can even fill out a bracket based on which schools jerseys are nicer or what team has the better nickname. They are your brackets. Some storylines to consider: - After last years improbable Final Four appearance, Wichita State heads into the Tournament as an undefeated #1 seed. Will the Shockers live up to the hype or wilt under superior competition? - Last years champions, the Louisville Cardinals, defeated the UCONN Huskies on Saturday to win the AAC Conference title. Though they seemed to have the credentials for a top seed, they head into the Tournament as a #4. Has the selection committee underestimated the defending champions resolve or was it right to place Rick Pitinos charges where it did? - Which 2014 first-round NBA Draft hopeful will propel his team the furthest? Dukes Jabari Parker? Marcus Smart of Oklahoma State? Kentuckys Julius Randle? - How about the 35 Canadians in the Big Dance? Can Kansas superstar Andrew Wiggins lead the Jayhawks to a fourth national title? Are Melvin Ejim, Naz Long and Big 12-champion Iowa State primed for a deep run? With a loss in last years final, can Nik Stauskas and Michigan make that final step this year? So go ahead and fill our your bracket. Its cool. We wont tell your boss. Vapormax Store . In this space, I will be writing new and unique pieces about the team that you wont be able to find anywhere else. So naturally, in an attempt to come up with a fresh topic about the Ottawa Senators, I am going to start with a piece about their goaltending. Authentic Vapormax Shoes . The 29-year-old German, the 2011 overall World Cup champion, says she has decided "to end my career now.TORONTO - Pascal Pelletier scored the game-winner with 34 seconds remaining as the Utica Comets edged the Toronto Marlies 2-1 in American Hockey League action Sunday afternoon. Pelletier re-directed an Alex Biega shot past Drew MacIntyre for his 10th of the season. Jeremy Welsh opened the scoring in the first period for the Comets (20-23-7), who beat Toronto for the first time in three meetings this season. Brandon Kozun tied it for the Marlies (28-17-4) in the second. Joe Cannata made 25 saves for his sixth win of the season while MacIntyre stopped 26 shots in the loss. Utica opened the scoring at 18:06 of the first period as Welsh picked up his first of the season, on a power play, putting home the rebound off a Colin Stuart shot. Vapormax From China. Toronto tied it 1-1, on a power play, at 6:54 of the second when Kozun tipped a T.J. Brennan shot past Cannata for his 14th of the campaign. The Marlies had two separate 5-on-3 power-play opportunities totaling nearly three minutes, but mustered just three shots and failed to score. Toronto finished the game 1 for 9 on the power play while Utica scored once on three chances with the man advantage. The Marlies continue their 10-game home stand Monday when the Texas Stars visit. Note: The Marlies recalled goaltender Christopher Gibson from the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL on Sunday. ' ' '
With Selection Sunday behind
With Selection Sunday behind