Found March 31, 2012 on The Victory Formation:

Kentucky plays the winner of this game, and I don’t really care. I lost the pool. Emma the Otter is halfway 1/3 of the way to her prediction.

Jared Sullinger came back to Ohio State this year to win a title, and because he was afraid that he would get too fat if there was no NBA season. Ohio State seems like the better team to me. I predicted OSU to win it all at the start of the year and Trey laughed at me. Go Bucks?!?

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