Sports fans are always quick to judge a referee's call during the game. Any questionable call that happens is talked about for days. For basketball referees the one thing that you don't see happen is them become a big part of the game. A good day on the job for them is if no fans are talking about them after the game. They can just ref the game and go home.
If you watched the first weekend of the NCAA tournament, then you have no doubt seen the highlights of Florida Gulf Coast. You have seen them throwing lobs during crucial points of the game and cheering out of amazement. Well, you probably didn't cheer if you were a Georgetown or San Diego State fan.
On April 2, 2012 Kentucky fans celebrated the school's eighth national championship after their Wildcats defeated Kansas 67-59 in the Superdome. Fans had waited 14 years for the title to return to Lexington. It was a great feeling.
When the NCAA Tournament kicks off on Thursday please do not count the play in games the one thing that fans love to watch for are early round upsets. It makes for some great television the first weekend. Fans love to pick them as they fill out their own brackets days before the games.
As we head towards the end of February that means that March Madness is right around the corner. We are just over a week away from the first conference tournaments starting and then the major conference right after that. There is still plenty of basketball left to play before we decide what teams will get into the "Big Dance."
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