Midwest Teams: The Highs Have It

Jason Richards and the Kentucky Villanova Arizona Davidson Wildcats made a valiant stab at pulling the upset. Davidson’s Hottie Tournament Rep Richards played 39 minutes, had 11 points and 7 assists but that could not help Davidson keep their 8-point second-half lead once Stephen Curry’s 30-point smackdown dried up when he fouled out.

Butler’s Bulldogs must’ve had their Wheaties at halftime, because they scored 200% more points in the second half to put away their Monarchy foes of Old Dominion. I really think the problem was due to the fact that Old Dominion’s Hottie Tourney Representative, Frank Hassell, did not play a single minute. Clearly, they were lacking the Hott Factor and that is why they lost. Julian Betko for Butler had the stunning line of 17 minutes, 1 assist, 2 turnovers, 1 steal and 1 foul, but look! Isn’t he cute?

2 thoughts on “Midwest Teams: The Highs Have It

  1. LA: Thank God for the Hott Factor, as I picked Butler as well. Duke’s loss is bittersweet – they’re not in my heart, but they were in my bracket.

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