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    The 2014 March Madness bracket is now available for viewing and preparing electronically or through print. First round games begin tomorrow and the strategy of live streaming the games from your computer at work begin today.


    Louisvillians are ecstatic to see both the Cardinals and the Wildcats in the Midwest region. Louisville, ranking a No. 4 seed, will play No. 13 seed Manhattan on Thursday at 9:50 p.m. Kentucky, ranking a No. 8 seed, will play No. 9 seed Kansas State on Friday at 9:40 p.m.


    Many Louisville fans were surprised to see last year's National Champion, our beloved Cardinals, only ranking No. 4 despite how well they played this season.



    Louisville and Kentucky have a chance of meeting each other if Louisville beats Manhattan and the winner of the SLU vs. NCST / XAV game and if Kentucky beats Kansas State and the winner of WICH vs. CP / TXSO in the first and second rounds. Will we see both teams meet each other in the Sweet Sixteen in Indianapolis? I hope so!


    Print out your bracket on ESPN’s website and check out the Bracketology and predictions to help make your bracket the best. USA Today also posted a helpful article on dominating March Madness. Check it out here.


    Include your bracket at your office's pools, online or #Cardnation group on for a chance to win big or just see how talented you are at predicting the winners of each region.

    Here's to March Madness! Let the games begin.


    Photos courtesy of Fan Sided and Sports Guru.

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