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2017 March Madness: #11 Play-in Game – Providence vs USC

2017 Bennie Boatwright USC Trojans NCAA Tournament March MadnessWe are here to help you fill out your brackets and finally beat your cubicle neighbor in your office pool this year.

The Providence Friars are a team that many thought may not even sniff the NIT this season after losing two outstanding scorers to the NBA draft. They bounced back and snuck in the field via the play-in game.

USC head coach Andy Enfield hopes to bring his past ‘Dunk City’ NCAA Tournament success he had when he lead Florida Gulf Coast on a Cinderella run.

Which team will move on to play SMU in the first round?

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2016 March Madness: #8 USC vs #9 Providence

kris-dunn-2016-march-madness-ncaa-tournament-providence-friars-usc-trojansWe are here to help you fill out your brackets and finally beat ‘Frances in payroll’ this year.

I loved watching Pac-12 games this year. It didn’t matter if it was one of the best versus one of the weakest teams in the conference, those games were always competitive. Every team that made the tournament from the Pac-12 deserves to be in it.

The Big East was top-heavy this year. Providence was a favorite to win the conference, but slumped mid-season. They finished the year strong and corrected the ship.

Does Andy Enfield have more ‘Dunk City’ magic left in him?

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2014 March Madness: #6 North Carolina vs #11 Providence

James Michael McAdoo North Carolina Tar Heels 2014 NCAA TournamentWe are picking every NCAA Tournament game in an effort to help you fill out your bracket and win your office pool.

North Carolina has a laundry list of marquee wins this season. They didn’t let the P.J. Hariston drama distract the team. They were the best team in the country during a stretch in January and February.

The Providence Friars makes their first NCAA Tournament appearance in ten years. It has also been that long since they had back-to-back seasons finishing with a record over .500. Are they ready for the bright lights of the Big Dance?

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