So jump ahead to the day after Super Bowl 56? If you had money on the right side you’ll be talking about this game with your friends,family and co-workers for the next 2 weeks.
If you happen to have been one of those gamblers on the wrong side you’re probably saying I knew I should have listen to “LOU”.
Well Super Bowl 56 is in the books and that doesn’t mean the buck stops here. While we sit here for the next 7+ months waiting for the pre-season to creep back up on us we have plenty of other sports leagues that will satisfy the wagering bug in our system.
Feb brings us one step closer to pitchers and catchers reporting for spring training in major league baseball but it also takes us 2 steps closer to the second biggest month in college sports,March Madness.
Whether or not you enjoy college hoops there is no way you’ll miss having some sort of action on the big dance be it a bracket pool or some sort of side bet on who will win it all.
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Back to March Madness
The 68-team single-elimination tournament holds 67 games over 21 days, a jam-packed end to the season that aptly earned the nickname March Madness.
Here is the March Madness schedule for the 2022 NCAA tournament, including the Final Four and NCAA championship game in New Orleans.
- Selection Sunday: March 13
- First Four: March 15-16
- First round: March 17-18
- Second round: March 19-20
- Sweet 16: March 24-25
- Elite Eight: March 26-27
- Final Four: April 2
- NCAA championship game: April 4
- So now that I have you feeling slightly better even if you did lose Sunday night,no worry we have plenty of time to jump back in and as the saying goes, ” you may have fallen off that horse but getting back on is the easiest thing to do”.
Enjoy Monday as we can only control today and tomorrow as yesterday is a thing of that past.
BiGLou ” @Knows_Lou
PS: In Super Bowl 56,it must be tough having been a Detroit Lions fan and watching Stafford win it all wearing a Rams jersey.