Monday, April 03, 2006

Four Corners

We are now down to our final college basketball game. This is a sad day for Money. But before I go into mourning, I feel compelled to speak about this match-up between Florida and UCLA, the first time these two teams have met on the hardwood floor. They have three common opponents this year. They both beat Albany and LSU. UCLA got by Alabama in the second round of this tournament, while Florida lost to them in conference play.

Did anyone turn off the games on Saturday? They were really bad games to watch. George Mason was awful and LSU proved they have no outside shooters. Let’s hope the final game is more competitive. I believe it will be. Both teams are evenly matched. They play great defense and are capable offensive teams. This game will be decided on the defensive end, and I give this advantage to UCLA. They should limit the number of 3 point shots made by Florida, keeping this game close and low scoring.

Money’s Trip to the Bank:

UCLA +1.5
Under 128

Final score: 62-58
MOP: Luc Richard Mbah a Moute

I would like to take this time to thank my loyal readers/subscribers, such as BT Capper, B-on-Fire, Dollar Bill and Anonymous. It has been fun discussing the college basketball season with all of you. Next stop for The Truth? Baseball. Money just needs to figure out where the need is. Any guidance would be appreciated.

“If Uconn does not win it all, the title will be captured by one of these 4 teams; UCLA, Kansas, Memphis or Texas. Nobody else has a chance! Sorry to ruin your March.”
March 14, 2006. Quote by Money on The Truth

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