Found March 15, 2013 on Bacon Sports:
March Madness is right around the corner and I feel like an 8th grader on the last day of school just waiting to throw my trapper keeper and papers up in the air and let loose. It’s all that I can think about and it is consuming every aspect of my life. Since I can feel the magic in the air I thought it would be appropriate to drop an all March Madness Cinderella edition of “where’d they go to school”. Below are 20 players that were on Cinderella teams. Tell me which school they went to. Bryce Drew Harold “the Show” Arceneaux Billy Donovan TJ Sorrentine Steve Nash Ed Pinckney Wally Szczerbiak Lionel Chalmers Austin Croshere Kareem Rush Ali Farokhmanesh Bill Curley Stephen Curry Trevor Huffman Richie Frahm Bo Kimble Jamie Skeen Lorenzo Charles Shelvin Mack Marcellus Sommerville Before I give you the answers here’s a video of some buzzer beaters from the 2011 NCAA tournament to get your juices flowing. Here’s the answers. If you really want to test yourself see if you can name the mascot of each school. Bryce Drew – Valparaiso Harold “the Show” Arceneaux – Weber State Billy Donovan – Providence Fryers TJ Sorrentine – Vermont Catamounts Steve Nash – Santa Clara Ed Pinckney – Villanova Wally Szczerbiak – Miami (OH) Lionel Chalmers – Xavier Austin Croshere – Providence Kareem Rush – Missouri Ali Farokhmanesh – Northern Iowa Bill Curley – Boston College Stephen Curry – Davidson Trevor Huffman – Kent St Richie Frahm – Gonzaga Bo Kimble – Loyola Marymount Jamie Skeen – VCU Lorenzo Charles – North Carolina State Shelvin Mack – Butler Marcellus Sommerville – Bradley OTHER ARTICLES YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: What if Carmelo Anthony stayed all four years at Syracuse? How many titles would they have won? 10 Tips for filling out your March Madness bracket March Madness All-Glory Days Team from National Title winners The post College basketball trivia: Where’d they go to school March Madness Cinderella’s edition appeared first on Bacon Sports.
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