Basketball Journalists Covering #MarchMadness
It’s officially March and what better way to distract yourself from the crazy presidential election than #MarchMadness? Here are a few — in no particular order — sports journalists that you can count on to tweet the latest NCAA tournament coverage just in time to get your brackets ready.
Jon Rothstein – CBS Sports, College Basketball Insider
Things I didn't think I'd tweet two weeks ago: Iowa needs to win at Michigan to equal the amount of Big Ten victories it had last season.
— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) March 2, 2016
Mike Greenberg – Mike & Mike – ESPN, Host
— Mike Greenberg (@Espngreeny) March 1, 2016
Nicole Auerbach – USA Today, College Basketball/Football Reporter
A year ago, Edmond Sumner couldn't run or jump. Now, he's leading Xavier to one of its best seasons ever: https://t.co/NfMkx0jzq5
— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) February 24, 2016
Reid Forgrave – FOX Sports, National College Hoops Insider
The perfect NCAA bracket this year will look like this: It will be pinned to a corkboard. Then darts will be thrown at it to make picks.
— Reid Forgrave (@ReidForgrave) February 28, 2016
CJ Moore – Bleacher Report, Lead College Basketball Writer
— CJ Moore (@CJMooreBR) March 1, 2016
Pat Forde – Yahoo Sports, National College Columnist
Early Forde Minutes release: Who needs a March reboot; how my Feb. forecast worked out; predicting the Little Dance https://t.co/OHEpjAVhkb
— Pat Forde (@YahooForde) March 1, 2016
Adam Zagoria – SNY, Hoops Insider
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) March 2, 2016
Rob Dauster – NBC Sports, College Hoops Writer/Managing Editor
I've changed course. Denzel Valentine should be the National Player of the Year. Here's why: https://t.co/2y91g2IoiM
— Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) March 2, 2016
Steve Politi – The Star-Ledger, Sports Columnist
Rutgers hasn't been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991. Maybe it's time to honor that team. Column: https://t.co/7zdSRx5DFV
— Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) March 1, 2016
Dick Vitale – ESPN, College Basketball Analyst
A wild finish will determine who will be # 1 seed in @theACC if UNC beats Duke they r # 1 no matter what Miami does / UVA also has a chance
— Dick Vitale (@DickieV) March 1, 2016
Clark Kellogg – CBS Sports, College Basketball Analyst
— Clark Kellogg (@ClarkKelloggCBS) February 29, 2016
Matt Brown – Sports on Earth, National College Football/Basketball Writer & Editor
— Matt Brown (@MattBrownCFB) March 2, 2016
Mark Adams – ESPN, College Basketball Analyst
I am the Forrest Gump of college basketball. History just follows me around. I am the most blessed broadcaster ever! pic.twitter.com/XVscLeienk
— Mark Adams (@EnthusiAdams) February 28, 2016
Brian Hamilton – Sports Illustrated, Staff Writer
— Brian Hamilton (@BrianHamiltonSI) March 1, 2016
And of course the official NCAA Twitter can be followed here:
— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 1, 2016
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