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  • Issue # 14.5.2 “24 Ticking Down” (4/1) (History of the Pool)

    Posted on April 2nd, 2018 - 3:06 am Scott No comments


    Our HWCI World Cup Pool begins in May...

    2018 NCAA FINAL FOUR @ San Antonio, Texas
    The Final at the Alamodome
    Los Angeles, CA
    Hosted by Pepperdine U. (WCC)
    Staples Center
    vs. #1-East
    Boston, MA

    Hosted by Boston College (ACC)
    TD Garden
    U. of Michigan Wolverines Villanova U. Wildcats
    University of Michigan Wolverines (33-7) Villanova University Wildcats (35-4)
    Big Ten Conference – Champs (Reg – 4th)
    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    7th Final (’65, ’76, ’89, ’92, ’93, ’13)
    1-time champion
    def #14 Montana 61-47
    #6 Houston 64-63
    #7 Texas A&M 99-72
    #9 Florida St 58-54
    #11S Loyola-Chicago 69-57
    Big East Conference – Champs (Reg – 2nd)
    Villanova, Pennsylvania

    4th Final (’71, ’85, ‘16
    2-time champions
    def #16b Radford 87-61
    #9 Alabama 81-58
    #5 West Virginia 90-78
    #3 Texas Tech 71-59
    #1MW Kansas 95-79

    Sunday, April 1, 2018  *** HAPPY EASTER *** or ***APRIL FOOLS! ***

    Six battling for final 3 money spots as 3 have clinched and Bonus has been won

    CERRITOS, CA (smt)- If #1E-Villanova can hit 13+ three-pointers like they have been doing, it will be a very long night for #3W-Michigan.  But if the Wildcats shoot like they did against Texas Tech, hitting just 4 of 24, a quality team like Michigan can easily take advantage.  So which Villanova team will show up?  Michigan has alternated between double-digit wins and close games while Villanova has won all by at least 12 points.  Michigan faced a #14 and then started facing worse and worse seeds, going from 6 to 7 to 9 to 11.  Villanova has been facing and dominating better competition, going from a 16 seed to 9 to 5 to 3 to 1.  As such, Villanova is favored by 7 points which for a single-elimination game, is pretty high.  The over/under is 145 points which will matter for the tie-breaker for 5th place (regardless who wins).

    In our 24th year, for the fourth time we have our pool champion before the final and the first since 2013.  Bob G (Philly Eagles Again), after finishing as the bridesmaid in 2008 and 2012, will finally finish on top.  With the first place prize, he is now our top earner with $1,020 in 20 years.  That puts him ahead of Darryn B (Big Luther), one of only two 2-time pool champions, who has won $920.  Ron E (Slamjam51-3) will win money for the first time in his 11 years playing the pool (either 2nd or 3rd) and Janette H (SacKings4Ever) will win money in her first pool (either 3rd, 5th, or 6th).  Sam S (SamerTime) will win the $40 Bonus and be his second prize in 10 years.  The other three spots will either go to repeat wealthy winners Sam N (STORMY Fever-Catch It) (3 wins, $350), Jeff H (We Fam!) (3 wins, $340) and Lawrence M (Larzby) (2 wins, $605) or low earners Billy T (Billiam)(1st time in pool), Chuck D (ChasCroix-1) (just 6th ($85) in 2017), and Greg J (BamaG 2) (only has won $40 Bonus in 2013).  Ron E wins on his 3rd entry and Greg J would win on his 2nd entry, once again showing multiple entries usually do not have good showings in the pool.  Although Bob G was close, we still haven’t had a person place two entries in the money (including the Bonus).

    If Michigan wins… If Villanova wins…
    Place Amount Entry (Name) (Yrs in Pool-Won) Entry (Name) (Yrs in Pool-Won)
    1st $620 Philly Eagles Again (Bob G) (20-2 (2nd ’08, 2nd ’12)) Philly Eagles Again
    2nd $320 STORMY Fever-Catch It (Sam N) (21-3 (1st ’00, 5th ’10, 5th ’12)) Slamjam51-3
    3rd $220 Slamjam51-3 (Ron E) (11) SacKings4Ever
    4th $165 We Fam! (Jeff H) (15-3 (2nd ’02, 4th ’04, 5th ’08)) Billiam (Billy T) (1)
    5th (or 6th) $120 SacKings4Ever (Janette H) (1) -or- ChasCroix-1 (Chuck D) (10-1 (6th ’17)) -or-
    6th (or 5th) $ 75 Larzby (Lawrence M) (15-2 (1st ’09, 5th ’16)) BamaG 2 (Greg J) (13-1 (Bns ’13))
    Bonus $ 40 SamerTime (Sam S) (10-1 (3rd ’11)) SamerTime

    A little history on our Zlatan-ic pool…

    1995 UCLA In 1995, the first year of the pool, just 12 people entered in a modest effort put forth by HW-UCLA and their close friends. Names like BAD ASS and LIVER BOY graced the pool. Of course, their interest was heightened because UCLA was favored to win it all. Indeed, 10 of 12 picked UCLA while 2 picked Kentucky. This pool featured the infamous LOSER WHO DIDN’T PICK UCLA (Dennis K) who set an all-time record (still stands today) with a 14-2 2nd Round to go from tied for 9th to tied for 1st before going 0-7 in the final 3 rounds to finish dead last (12th) with 98 points. TINA’S BOY (Mark C) became the first person to be eliminated when the 2nd round ended. He was, however, one of only 3 people (all in 1995) to correctly pick the two teams in the final and the champion prior to 1999. BIX PIX (Fernando B, 1st, 148) and MR. NELSON (Nelson B, 2nd, 146) were the other two and claimed the top two spots, winning $70 and $30, respectively. THE MIGHTY MOBELFAKTA (Dave F, 3rd, 141) claimed third prize worth $20. All but one finished with 110 points or more, the highest scoring pool ever (130.6 avg).
    1996 HWCI
    1996 Kentucky
    In 1996, 19 people participated in the pool. Without the HW-UCLA guys picking nicknames, we had some boring stuff like JAMESJOSEPH, and HEATHER. That year, the total points tiebreaker was first used to settle ties. A newcomer, JAYBIAN (Jason S, 1st, 144) rode Kentucky to a first place prize of $110. He also set a record going 8-0 for the 3rd round and never looked back. BIX PIX TWEY (Fernando B, 5th, 129), hoping to duplicate last year’s effort, fell short of winning money thanks to his loyalty to UCLA. JOSEPH (Joseph K, 2nd, 140) and JAMES (James L, 3rd, 139) won $50 and $30, respectively. Six picked Kentucky that year with just as many picking UCLA (who lost to Princeton in the first round- ouch!). This was the first year someone entered twice (Dave F) and ended up 11th (REALISTIC MOBELFAKTA, 113) and 16th (THE MIGHTY MOBELFAKTA, 106). THE MIGHTY MOBELFAKTA and HATE THE DUCKS (Mark C, 12th, 112) became the 2nd and 3rd people to go 0-for-the- Final-Four. HATE THE DUCKS had a 64% chance of winning money heading into the 4th round, and 0% chance after. THE CHEF (Douglas H, 19th, 80) set an all-time low in points for a pool at the time.
    1997 Arizona In 1997, the first real debate on whether to raise the pool fee to $20 from $10 was raised. Fortunately, it was defeated in a vote. But, three people did plunk down $20 to enter twice as 22 entries were received in the third annual pool. Like Dave F before them, the three people went moneyless (Tuan H- RODERICK (15th, 97) and RHODES (14th, 97); Alvin K- BAD ASS I (4th, 111) and BAD ASS II (18th, 93); and Dennis K- LENNY (6th, 107) and DUKE (12th, 99)). This was also the first year no one picked the correct NCAA champion. Arizona, who usually bowed out in the first or second round, surprised everyone, including Kentucky, in winning the championship in overtime. The #4-SE seed beat three # 1 seeds, the first time that’s happened. Twelve had picked Kansas and four North Carolina, neither which made the championship game. MAX (Sean D, 1st, 116) bounced back from a 15th place finish the year before to win the $125 top prize. The Selander brothers took 2nd (Brian S, THE FLYING ELVI, 115) and 3rd (Jason S, JAYBIAIN II, 113) for $60 and $35, respectively. Jason S became the first person to win money twice (1st in 1996). Todd S. (FRODO, 5th, 109) became the first person to lead going into the Final Four and end up with nothing. Just half (11 of 22) finished 100 points or higher.
    1998 Kentucky In 1998, a record 28 entries tried their luck. ANNA COME LATELY (Anna C, 1st, 126), the last entry we received, seemed like the least likely to win, picking a Utah over UCLA final. Well, Utah surprised the 27 other entrants (no one else even had them in the Final Four) and gave ANNA COME LATELY the record top prize of $150. James L became the 2nd person to win twice taking the $70 second place prize (CAVEMAN, 2nd, 113) while THE FABONE (Scott T, 3rd, 110) won money for the first time in four tries to take home $40. For the first time, a 4th place prize was created and that went to SCOTTMAN (Scott H, 4th, 108), which was also the first time the tiebreaker played a part in the top spots as he won the 4-way tie for 4th place. With Kentucky’s rally and win over Utah in the final, this was the 2nd straight year no one picked the champion. Sixteen pegged UNC while five hoped for an Arizona repeat. UTHOPE (Donald G, 24th, 92) became the 4th person to go 0-7 in the last three rounds. ANNA COME LATELY‘s 13-point win was the largest margin of victory ever (still stands today). Tuan H once again entered twice with the same results- no money (STRAIGHT BUTTER, 10th, 106 and EN FUEGO, 13th, 104) extending the drought for dual entries to 0-for-5.
    1999 Connecticut In 1999, a record 36 entries (18 NCAA pool newcomers, 13 pool newcomers if you include those who participated in the World Cup Pool) were received with two dual entries (Scott T- THE FABONE V and FREE FABONE and Gareth M- CARSERONI and MAJERUS FOR SDSU). This was the first year the referral program was in effect (free entry for 5 referrals). Mark C (DARKSHARK) became the first person to go 0-for-7 in the Final Four twice (1996). SHARY BOBBINS (Lisa T, 1st, 146) and CARSERONI (Gareth M, 3rd, 120) became the 12th and 13th different people to win HWCI NCAA pool money. Scott T (FREE FABONE) and Gareth M (CARSERONI) broke a streak of winless dual entries with a 2nd and 3rd Place finish in one of their entries. James L (BIG GAME, 5th, 117) bid to go 3-for-3 in winning money came falling down with Duke’s stunning loss. Three of four people who picked UConn (29 picked Duke) to win it all won money. Rob C (LUIS ENRIQUE’S ARMADA, 11th, 113) became the first person to pick the correct champion and lose out to someone who didn’t (where the correct champion was picked). Fernando B (BIG SPIDER BECK, 4th, 118) had just a 4 in 132 chance to win money and took 4th, his second winning entry ever. Loretta A (TRUE BRUIN, 36th, 67) finished with all-time record low in points.
    2000 Michigan St. In 2000, a record-tying 36 entries once again tried their luck as 14 newcomers entered. Sam N (MORALES’ MOUNDS, 122 pts) became the sixth different champion after finishing 26th and 31st in the previous two years. He became the first person to either be tied or in the lead after each of the six rounds. After a record breaking first round that saw two people get 30 of 32 first round games correct, the brackets started to fall apart as no one got more than 3 of 8 Sweet Sixteen games correct and eight people went go 0-7 in the Final Four (just six have done so before (117 entries)). Just one #1 and one #2 seed advanced to the Elite Eight. Dave F (THE MIGHTY MOBELFAKTA) returns to the winner’s circle with a 2nd Place finish. Scott T (THE FABONE VI) won money for a record third straight pool. Beth S (BETHEON, 36th, 62) shattered the all-time low in points. Fourteen people pegged Michigan St. as the correct champion. Craig E (CRAIGS99) won 4th place in his first pool.
    2001 Duke In 2001, a record shattering 59 entries were received by 53 people (21 new people). Robinson C (TEAM SAMURAI) won the biggest prize ever of $280 after finishing 3rd to last (34th) last year. He entered three times and it worked. Three others (Scott T, Mike K, Fernando B) went winless in both of their entries after the last three people to enter twice won money (3-8 overall for those with 2 entries; Robinson is the first 3-time entry-er). Sam N (B-S FC), last year’s pool champion, and Dylan R (DYLAN) become just the 3rd and 4th people to not get at least half the games correct. Four people went 0-7 in the Final Four (just 18 people have done so out of 212 entries) with Donald G (UTHPOPE) doing it for the second time (Mark C is the only other person with this dubious distinction). On the flip side, two people (BINGO and PEEPS) became the first-ever entries to predict all four Final Four teams correctly. Eleven different teams were picked to be the champion with 18 picking Stanford, 15 Duke, and 8 Arizona. In addition to Robinson C, Lisa F (ARMIN TAMZARIAN) won for the 2nd time. Bing F (BINGO) took 3rd in his second try and Sam P (JAYHAWK FC) took home 4th. The top 13 finishers all had Duke winning it all.
    2002 Maryland In 2002, a record breaking 80 entries were received. A hefty 80 entries from 71 people including 29 new people and 42 returnees. Seven people entered twice and one person entered 3 times but only Scott T managed to take home something, his first pool title in 8 years (THE FABON8ER) and largest take ever, $400, giving him a lifetime total of $590 and his 4th win (1st, 2nd, 2 3rd place finishes). Jeff H (RANDOM PICKS) had the largest 1st and 2nd round leads ever (4 and 7 pts) and most pts after 2 rounds (90) but had to settle for 2nd. Ann B. (LITTLE ANN) and Paul N. (KAIZEN) took 3rd and 4th, with the 4th Place prize of $70 matching our first ever 1st Place prize of $70 in 1995. In reference to quantity does not equal quality, Gabriel T (GOBAY) and Dan H (HENDO) shattered records for lowest point total (49) and worst 2nd round (3-13). Gabriel also set records for worst 2nd Round Saturday (1-7), worst record in 3rd round (0-8), worst record in last 4 rounds (0-15). HENDO set a record for least wins (22) and lowest point total after 2 rounds (45). Eight people failed to get half the games right (just 4 in previous 7 pools) and eight went 0-7 in the last 3 rounds (just 18 in previous 7 pools). 22 entries chose Duke to win it all but all four winners (out of 17) correctly chose Maryland.
    2003 Syracuse In 2003, with the War in Iraq looming that week, 63 valid entries (including a record 47 returnees) from 58 people were received, our second highest total. With some complaints that four prizes weren’t enough, we instituted our first-ever Bonus Prize of $40 to the entry who picked the Winningest Conference and number of wins correctly. This allowed 21 extra entries with a chance for money heading into the Final Four. Scott T (THE FABO9ERS) won the prize (11th, 110), his fifth win, pushing his lifetime total to $630 by winning the tiebreaker of those who had the Big 12 with 14 wins. Four people entered twice and none won anything. Cliff T became the first person to enter twice and have both of his entries eliminated after the 2nd Round. Darryn B (BIG LUTHER), in his second pool, took home the first place prize of $280, our 9th different pool champion. John S (MR. WIZARD) and Quang P (KRIMSONGUARD) took home 2nd and 3rd, respectively, their first-ever wins, and the 23rd and 24th different people to win money. Catrina B (BLUEBERRY) had a record-setting perfect first day (16-0) but eventually lost her last 14 games and 26 of the last 31 games to finish in 62nd place. John B (BLOOMERS123) also went 16-0 on the first day but finished 27th. Twelve teams were picked to win it all but the overwhelming choices were Kentucky (32 entries) and Arizona (13) but neither team made it to the Final Four. For the first time since the pool started, 3 #1 seeds lost in the Elite 8, and for the second time, no #1 seed was in the Final. With that disaster Elite 8 round, a record 26 entries went 0-for-the-Final Four, matching the previous eight-year combined total of 26 (in 292 entries). No one had more than 2 Final Four teams correctly picked. Robinson C (TEAM SAMURAI, 63rd, 72) became the 13th entry to not get more than half the games correct. Fern B (GALAXY, 5th, 117) missed money by one point and became just the 2nd entry to get the correct champion (Syracuse) and lose to someone who didn’t pick the champion (in years where the correct champion was picked). To add insult to injury, Fern also picked the tiebreaker correctly (which means with one extra point he would have won 4th), just the third person to do so.
    2004 Connecticut In 2004, our 10th anniversary, the pool bounced back and 79 entries were received from 70 people (7 dual entries, 1 3-entries), including a record 54 return entries. Once again, none of the 8 people who entered multiple entries won money. Six different people led after each of the first four days before Bing F (BINGO) took over after Rounds 3 and 4. However, after Round 5, Jeff H (RANDOM PICKS) took the lead pushing Bing F to no higher than 3rd and in the end, became just the second person to lead going into the Final Four and wind up moneyless. For the first-time ever, the pool champion was not crowned after Round 5 and we had to wait until after Monday’s game to find out who our Pool champion would be. It was Rick F (FABIO) who took home the $370 top prize and became our 10th different champion. Rick F and Darius B (OMG), who took 2nd Place, were our 25th and 26th different persons to win money. Dave F (THE MIGHTY MOBELFAKTA) took 3rd, his 3rd win ever (total: $230). Jeff H took the 4th place prize of $80, his second win, pushing his win total to $280. Jeff H was also just the third person to ever snatch a money spot away from someone who picked the correct champion (he had Kentucky) beating David S (SHRINER, 5th) by one point. After eight winless years, Mike B. (BUCKEYE MIKE) finally won something, taking home the $40 Bonus Prize as the ACC was the Winningest Conference with 14 wins. Fourteen different teams were picked to win it all, but 2 of the top 3 didn’t make it to the Sweet 16 (Stanford (21) and Kentucky (12)). Duke (16) lost in the Semis but eventual champion UConn was picked by 11. Despite only one #1 seed making the Final Four, 17 entries got 3 of the 4 teams correct. Three entries got less than 32 games correct (16 overall). Twelve went 0-for-the-Final-Four (64 overall). A record 5 people got the tiebreaker exact (just happened three times before).
    2005 North Carolina In 2005, the start of our second decade, 82 entries from 73 people (both records) were submitted, including a record 65 returnees. Of the eight who entered at least twice, two won money.  Robinson C became the first two-time HWCI NCAA Pool champion (’01) winning with his FLIP FIGHTERS (140 pts) entry (his 2nd of 3 entries) and taking home a record-tying $400, giving him a grand total of $680 (record) over six years (16 total entries).  Roy W entered twice and won with his first entry, KRISPY KREMER, finishing 3rd in his 4th try.  First-time online entry Paul T (HOOPGURU) took home 2nd and Patrick N (KING KLITSCHKO) took home 4th, winning a 3-way tiebreaker, in his third try.  All four entries (Robinson’s 1st entry won last time) were first time winners (the last time this happened was in 1996) and all four correctly picked UNC.  The three big teams from the ACC (UNC (19), Duke (11), and Wake Forest (8)) were picked by a combined 38 entries compared to the 27 who picked Illinois to win it all. Wake Forest was the only team picked unanimously to go to the Sweet 16, and of course, they failed to do so. With Duke losing in the Sweet 16, that allowed the Big 10 to have the most conference wins and for the first time, no one won the Bonus Prize. That allowed the top 4 prizes to increase, satisfying the winners. A record nine entries were still alive going into the Final and for the second straight year, the pool champ was undecided. Also, for the first time, not one entry was guaranteed money (only Chuck H’s ACE OF SPADES could win in either case but could lose on a tiebreaker, which he did (lost 3-way tie for 4th) going into the Final). Despite just eight top seeds making the Sweet 16 and three making the Elite 8, a record 20 still managed to pick the final two teams (just 25 in 434 previous entries). Four entries were below .500 (20 overall) and four went 0-for-the-Final-Four (68 overall).
    2006 Florida In 2006, our website was down for almost 21 hours but that didn’t stop us from receiving a record 85 entries from a record 77 people (and a record 71 entries were returnees).  The Big East had a record 8 teams in the tourney but only UConn (39) and Villanova (4) were picked to win it all.  Duke (19) and hometown UCLA (9) also were favorites.  For the second straight year, none of the record-tying nine entries were guaranteed to win money and for the third straight year, the champion was not crowned after the semifinals. Taking home a record $415 was Ken B (GATORS NEVER CHOKE) in his seventh try.  Other first-time winners included Jake P (LORENZO MATA) and John C (JINX) who took home $200 and $140, respectively.  Pat N (AGENT 86 OF CONTROL) won 4th place for the second straight year ($95) becoming just the 10th multiple winner in our pool (total: $185).  No one won the Bonus for the second straight year as the SEC (13), not the Big East, won the most games.  For the first time, no #1 seed made the Final Four but five still managed to pick 2 of the 4 teams.  However, a record 41 went 0-for-the-Final-Four (just 68 previously) (all-time low average of 0.58 of 4 teams) and nine were below .500 (29 overall).  An all-time low average of just 90.8 points were won by our players.
    2007 Florida In 2007, travel interrupted Scott & Dave in not getting the site ready until early Monday, but a record 98 entries from a record 83 people (and a record 72 return entries) came pouring in, including 58 on Wednesday alone.  This was the year of records as seven of the top 8 teams made the Elite 8.  Van P (VAN&SAM) set records for most points (166) and wins (55) and just missed a perfect Last 15 (perfect Elite 8 onward).  She is the rare champion who won despite not picking the NCAA winner because she had such a huge lead (the other three winners had Florida as their champ).  She won the first place prize of $450 before the Final , snapping a streak of three years where the winner wasn’t known before the Final.  Ann B (THAI SPICE) took 2nd ($230) for her second win and has won a grand total of $360.  Troy B (SNOOP’S DOGS) won for the first time (six years) in taking 3rd place ($155).  Don C (DC944) returned for the first time in three years and won 4th ($105).  A record-tying 17 entries were still alive going into the Final Four.  Four entries had a perfect Elite 8 (just one before) and six had a perfect Final Four (just two before), and 17 had a perfect Final Two, but only VAN&SAM was perfect in all three.  The top two picks were Ohio St. (31 picks) and Florida (13) and both made the Final.  The pool entrants set records for the best 3rd (70.8%) and 4th rounds (56.6%) ever.  For the first time since 1996, the average points went above 110 (121.9).  On the other side, four went 0-for-the-Final-Four.  The Bonus was tweaked to add a Bonus2, so that someone will win the Bonus Prize of $40 but for the first time in three years, someone correctly picked the Winningest Conference and wins (Wendy B (BUCKEYE23) which was the SEC with 11 wins.
    2008 Kansas In 2008, we didn’t have a website for almost six months as we lost our free hosting and now had to pay for a server.  We got the web up at the end of February and added a blog.  We received a record 101 entries from a record-tying 83 people.  Amazingly, 80 of the 101 entries were return entries.  We had a record 3 people have triple entries and a record 12 dual entries.  We started off strong with 39 entries at the end of Tuesday (including a record 19 on Monday) before slowing down to just beat last year’s total of 98.  Doug H (JUNO INO) became the first person to have a Perfect Final Four twice, and he did so in back-to-back years.  With all 4 #1 seeds making the Final Four for the first time (which helped set a record of 2.52 wins in the 4th Round), a record 12 went 4-0 in the Elite 8 and 24 people were still in the running for money after the Elite 8.  This was partially helped by the new addition of a 5th place prize (since we had 100+ entries).  The top two #1 seeds were UCLA (44 picked to win it all) and UNC (30) but both lost in the semifinals.  Kansas’ amazing comeback win helped Cliff T (BELUCKY2) become the first person to ever get a perfect Last-7 (all four Final 4 teams + both finalists + champ).  The overtime added 17 points (total: 143) which was enough to give Bob G (COBI’S DAD) the tiebreaker and 2nd place ($220) over Doug H (JUNO INO) who took 3rd ($150). The top 3 winners are all first-time winners (Cliff & Bob’s 1st wins in 10 pools; Doug’s 1st in five pools). Don C (DC944) won 4th place ($100) for the second straight year (total: $205 in 3 pools) winning the tiebreaker over Jeff H (U BETTA BELIEVE IT), who won for the 3rd time (total: $340 in 6 pools) in taking our first-ever 5th place prize ($60). Three of the 7 who picked Kansas won money.  The Jayhawk win gave the Big 12 12 wins for theWinningest Conference title for the second time since 2003. Four people were eligible for the $40 Bonus Prize which was won by Robby D (ARBEDYTHREE), also a first-time winner (4th year).  Jake P (QUICKPICK MCGRAW) became the 114th entry to go 0-for-the-Final-Four and is the only entry to ever tie or have the lowest win total in each of the six rounds.  This was the third straight year the NCAA Champ has come out of the Midwest Regional.
    2009 North Carolina In 2009, our 15th anniversary, we got a new look for the web, integrating our blog with our homepage, which delayed the brackets until just past midnight Sunday.  We also created a HWCI NCAA Facebook group and a person to connect with, Hwci Ncaa.  Despite the dour economy (or maybe because of it), we got 114 entries (91 return entries) from 98 people, all records.  We started off slow with just 25 entries at the end of Tuesday but then we had a record 62 entries submitted on Wednesday and another record 27 on Thursday.  The Big East got a record 3 #1 seeds and a record 5 in the Sweet 16 but none made it to the Final.  However it was the non-Big East #1, UNC, which led the way with 36 picking the Tar Heels to win with 3 picking Michigan St.  Twenty-one picked Louisville, 18 picked Pitt, and 14 picked Memphis as 3 of the 13 teams chosen to win it all.  For the first time, at least one entry went perfect on the first day of the 1st Round (Buckeye Mike (Mike B)), the first day of the 2nd Round (21 tied), the first day of the 3rd Round (2 tied), and the first day of the 4th Round (5 tied).  Also, two went 2-0 in the 5th Round and 36 picked the correct champ.  Rainman (Ford R) became just the 6th entry to have a Perfect Elite 8 and Bizarro Larzby (Lawrence M) became just the 21st entry to have a perfect Final Four.  Bizarro Larzby used a perfect Final Four to claim the HWCI NCAA Pool title (his first money spot in 6 tries) ($495) and our 14th different champion in the 15 years of the pool. He also won with his 2nd entry, just the third time this has happened.  Buckeye23 (Wendy B) won 2nd, her 2nd win (Bonus in ’07).  AC (Adam C, 1st year) won 3rd ($170), Rainman (2 years) won 4th ($115), and Buckeye Mike (14 years, $40 bonus in ’04) won 5th ($70).  Shake N’ Bake (Kevin T) won the $40 Bonus by guessing the Big East with 17 wins and being just two points off the total points in final (161) tiebreaker, his first time in the money in 4 tries.  North Carolina won for the second time in 5 years.  The average number of wins for the 2nd Round was 12.1 shattering the previous high of 11.1 in 1995.
    2010 Duke In 2010, our Sweet 16th, thanks to people who found us on the web to amazingly increase our number of entries to 117 (91 return entries submitted by 93 people).  We got an entry on Sunday for the first time since 2005 and got a record 23 entries on Tuesday and 33 on Thursday morning.  The Big East got 8 teams in but only one made the Elite 8.  Just four of eight top seeds made the Elite 8 (with overall #1 Kansas, picked by a record 64 entries, losing in the 2nd Round, #1 Kentucky, picked by 23, losing in the Elite 8, and #1 Syracuse, picked by 8, losing in the Sweet 16).  Only #1S-Duke made the Final and just beat mid-major Horizon League champ #5W-Butler in the ultimate David vs. Goliath clash.  No one picked more than 2 Final Four teams, only 22 picked Duke to make the Final, and only 4 correctly picked Duke to win it all with three of those winning money (sorry, Scott T).  Blue Devil Blues (Kim B) won money for the first time in 9 years with Duke’s victory and became our 4th female champion ($500).  She was our 15th champion in 16 years. You’re My Boy Blue (Joe D) won money (2nd, $255) for the first time in 7 years.  Hummeless (Kevin J) won money (4th ($120)) for the first time in 8 years.  Eros (Cynthia S) won money (3rd, $175) for the first time in 3 years and FOMI (Sam N) (1st ’00, $260, 13 years) edged out Deemed to Win (Scott T) (3rd ’98 ($40), 2nd ’99 ($90), 3rd ’00 ($60), 1st ’02 ($400), Bonus ’03 ($40), 16 years) in the tiebreaker to win 5th.  Sam N is the only winner who submitted more than one entry (18 submitted 2 entries and 3 tried the max 3) .  Has No Idea (Van P who won in ’07) won the Bonus2 by exactly getting the total points in final as no one got the Winningest Conference (Big12/Big10/ACC with 9).  A record 56 went 0-for-the-Final-Four (188 total).  A record-low was set with the average number of wins (35.1) and points (89.3).
    2011 HWCI
    2011 Connecticut
    In 2011, the NCAA tried to throw a monkey wrench in the whole pool experience by expanding the the tourney to 68 teams and creating the First Four. So we kept the pool the same and created a First Four for Charity contest won by David A in which Scott personally donated $60 of the $100 to the American Red Cross to support the recovery efforts of the devastating South Asia earthquake and tsunami.  Despite the dour economy for the third straight year, our number of entries jumped to a record 125 (a record 107 return entries (shattering the previous record by 16) submitted by 97 people). We got a record 25 entries on Tuesday and the pace continued.  The Big East got a record 11 teams in but only one made the Elite 8. No #1 or #2 seeds made the Final Four for the first time ever with top picks Ohio St. (picked by 41) losing in the 3rd Round and Kansas (picked by 34) losing in the Sweet 16 (4th round).  #3W-UConn beat #8SE-Butler who loses to a Goliath in the final for the second straight year.   Krispy Kremer (Roy W) is our 16th different champion in 17 years for his 2nd win (3rd ’05). The Mighty Mobelfakta (David F) finished 2nd for his 4th win (3rd ’95, 2nd ’00, 3rd ’04).  Craig (Craig S),  TheLakeShow (Sam S), and MB Camel Jockies (Ted J) won 3rd, 4th, and 5th for their first wins ever.  BINLADEN (Charles D) won for the first time win taking our first-ever 6th place prize.  This is the 6th time in the past 8 years that the Pool winner was decided in the final.  As for the Bonus, the Big East won the Winningest Conference with 13 wins giving For Narnia (Blakeley H) his first-ever money spot.  The Downtown Fiction (Paul T) tied a high set in 2000 by going 30-2 in the 2nd Round (used to be called the 1st Round).  PFC Bradley Manning (Nelson P) tied a low set in ’02 & ’05 by going 0-for-the-Elite-8 and set a new record by losing his last 16 games (previous 15 done twice).  Craig is the first person since ’06 (when #3-Florida met #2-UCLA) to not get a Finalist correct and win money and the first-ever to go 0-for-the-Final-Four and win money. A record 94 went 0-for-the-Final-Four (282 total).  A record-low was set with the average number of wins (34.5) and points (84.2).
    2012 HWCI
    2012 Kentucky
    In 2012, we had the 17th different champion in 18 years as Quinnsanity (Quinn D), a 12-year-old, took home the crown in his 5th year in the pool.  For the 9th straight year we saw the number of entries increase starting off strong (record 21 by end of Monday) and ended strong (record 37 received on Thursday).  We received a record 134 entries (a record 115 return entries) from a record 99 people.  Lots of Losers (Bob G) took 2nd ($280), his second win (2nd in ’08 — same year as the previous Calipari vs Self matchup, $500) in 14 years.  Nwspring 1 (Nicholas S) won 3rd ($190) in his first year of playing.  SlackJaw (Jon J) won 4th ($135), his first win in 10 years (and took almost a year to collect his check!) and Vodka2-It’s Not Real (Sam N) took 5th ($90) (1st ’00, 5th ’10, $350).  Frumunda Mybalz (Andy F), The Wife’s Picks (Megan J), Paint Crew (Kevin J, 4th ’10), and Hendo (Dan H) all were tied for 6th with Andy (1st win in 15 years) & Megan (1st win in 3 years) winning the tiebreaker, our first-ever split prize (each getting $32.50, less than the Bonus!). Andy’s win means Man V (15 years) is our longest playing member without a win. This is the 7th time in the past 9 years that the Pool winner was decided in the final.  60 people have won money in our pools.  Larzby was just the second person to lead (or be tied for the lead) on the first six days but is the first to not finish in the money.  EEChick1400 got the first 15 games correct.  52 picked Kentucky to win it all (a record for the number correct) and more would’ve picked the second-best team Syracuse, but their big man became ineligible and thus, only 3 ended up picking them.  UNC was picked by 25 and Missouri was picked by 11, but Missouri flamed out in their first game.  The second round saw just an average of 21.0 wins (of 32) (with the second day seeing four record record-lows of 5-11 and 6-10), the 2nd-worst ever (which is more amazing considering 3 went 15-1 on the first day).  Eight went 8-0 on Day 3 while 45 went 4-0 on Day 6.  Only 14 went 0-for-the-Final-Four (296 total) despite just #1 seed making the Final Four.  As for the Bonus, the Big East wins the Winningest Conference with 13 wins (same as last year). SpAva (Linh T) took home the $40, her 1st win in 11 years, by nailing the correct total points.  All in all, 6 first-time winners of the 8 money spots.  We also had our second First Four for Charity contest entered by 26 people and won by Michael C (Swerveman) with a donation of $83 ($52 personally by Scott) going to the Rice Around the Clock team participating in American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life-Alhambra.
    2013 HWCI
    2013 Louisville
    In 2013, we had the 18th different champion in 19 years as The Rat Pack (Steve N), took home the crown ($530) and is his 1st win in 8 years.  For the first time in 10 years, we saw the number of entries decrease (131 vs 134) mainly due to the 14-year javascript not working on Apple products and the fact Scott was on a business trip to DC that week and had limited time to respond to questions.  We still got a record 20 entries on Monday and 63 entries on Wednesday though. We received 131 entries (112 return entries) from a record-tying 99 people.  Bwakewey Cubed (Blakeley H) (Bonus in ’11, 4 years, both wins on his 3rd entry), Shake N’ Bake (Kevin T) (Bonus in ’09, 8 years), and Poolraider (2nd in ’05, 9 years) (Paul T) claimed 2nd ($275), 3rd ($185), and 5th ($90).  Flying Ace (Byron W) (14 years) and Lastminute (Van P) (1st in ’07, Bonus ’10, 11 years) claimed 4th ($130) and 6th ($65) with Louisville’s win.  This is just the 3rd time in the past 10 years that the Pool winner was decided before the final.  63 people have won money in our pools.  Macie’s Mom (who also went 15-1 on the 1st day) was leading after 3 days but then went a worst 2-6 on Day 4 and eventually was 1 of 38 to go 0-for-the-Final-Four (334 total). Sisyphus69 won the first 13 games.  Belucky2 tied a record-low going 1-7 on Day 3 (8th to do so).  9 went 1-7 in the Sweet 16. In a tourney with no clear favorite (and where the AP #1 was relegated to the 4th #1 seed), Indiana was picked by 33 and Louisville by 32 with Kansas, Duke, and Gonzaga getting 10 each and Michigan among those picked by one.  The Selection Committee gave no respect to the Pac-12 but both of the conference’s #12 seeds won and 2 teams went to the Sweet 16.  The Atlantic 10 went 6-0 in the First Four and 2nd Rounds (1-5 thereafter).  But it was still the Big 10 (7 teams) and Big East (8 teams) who led the charge with the Big 10 edging out the Big East for the Winningest Conference (14 wins) giving BamaG (Greg J) the $40 Bonus.  Just one #1 seed (Louisville) made the Final Four joined by two #4 seeds and a #9 seed. We also had our third First Four for Charity contest entered by 20 people and won by Cliff T (in the pool: Belucky2) with a donation of $103 ($50 personally by Scott and a few others chipping in $53) going to MathWorks, an organization that helps introduce STEM to young boys and girls.
    2014 HWCI
    2014 Connecticut
    In 2014, we had our 19th different champion in 20 years as Badzy (Karen F) (2 years) rode UConn and won the record $555 first prize. This was the 8th time in the past 11 years our champion will be decided after the final game.  The pool was like the tournament.  The entries came in on a record pace (record 2 on Sunday, 42 on Tuesday, 60 after Tuesday) before fizzling toward the end but still surpassing the 134 entries in ’12 by getting 138 (from a record 104 people), including our first 2 mail-in entries in eons.  In the pool, two (Hawkeye and FC Nordsjaelland) went a perfect 16-0 on Day 1 (the former eventually winning the first 18) but in the end, only 3 people got one Final Four team on Sunday and just one person (Badzy) got a finalist.  Our pool underwent change in that our java applet finally died, years past its end-of-life, as Dave F created the long-awaited new bracket web entry (you can even do it on your phone… and a Mac!) in less than one day, but procrastinating for years.  Hawkeye became the 3rd person to lead (or tied for the lead) for the first six days and will be the 3rd person to not finish 1st.  GoGoGodzilla went 8-0 on Day 3 while AirDingus went 0-8 on Day 4 (a record). First Four Out was just the 4th person to go 0-8 in Elite 8 and was one of 36 to go 0-for-the-Final-Four (370 total).  Bigtenfan2 (Benjamin D) (2 years) (who couldn’t pick up any points on the last 5 games), Hawkeye (Randy E) (1 year), Beyond Elite 8 (1st ’06, 15 years), and ShivaBlast (Eric F) (4 years) won 2nd ($290)/3rd ($195)/4th (140)/5th ($95). Fabio (Rick F) (1st ’04, 12 years) beat out The Downtown Fiction (Paul T) (2nd ’05, 5th ’13, 10 years) and Wooden-Soldier (Don M) (6 years) in the tiebreaker for 6th ($65). 66 people have won money in our pool.  Only the #1 overall seed Florida made it to the Final Four but they lost to a #7 seed, UConn.  Even more odd, UConn faced a #8 seed in Kentucky and veterans beat freshmen in the Final.  Florida was the overwhelming favorite as 49 picked them, 17 #1 Arizona, 16 Louisville, and 15 Michigan St.  The other #1 seeds Wichita St (the first team to be undefeated heading into the tourney since UNLV in ’91) and Virginia only got 8 and 3, respectively.  The SEC only got 2 teams in the first 64 but Tennessee played their way in winning their First Four game and those 3 teams made the Sweet 16 (along with 3 from the Pac 12 and Big 10 and just 2 of 7 teams from the Big 12) as the SEC went 12-3.  Only 11 of those games counted, still making the SEC the winningest conference.  Unfortunately, no one got it right meaning the $40 Bonus was won via the Bonus2, the total points in final.  The low scoring 114 point affair gave the Bonus to Elizabeth (Elizabeth W) (2 years) (117th) who was one off the total (115).  We also had our 4th First Four for Charity contest entered by 22 people and won by Giulio B (not in pool) with a donation of $69 ($44 personally by Scott and a few others chipping in $25) going to Friends of Renee, a committee to help bring awareness to Lyme Disease and raise money for Eric F’s (ShivaBlast) friend, Renee, who suffers from the disease.
    2015 HWCI
    2015 Duke
    In 2015, we had our second repeat champion in 21 years as Big Luther (Darryn B) (1st ’03, 14 years) won the record $630 first prize thanks to Duke’s win. His grand total of $920 makes him our highest earner to date.  This was the 9th time in the past 12 years our champion will be decided after the final game. Thanks to the new web entry page from the start and streamlined email confirmations, things went smoothly for once.  Like last year, the entries came in on a record pace (record 4 on Sunday, 21 by Tuesday) but this year the pace sustained itself (record 72 on Wednesday and 38 on Thursday morning) surpassing the 138 entries in ’14 by getting 161 (from a record 113 people), including our typical (at least for 2 years now) 2 mail-in entries.  A record 37 entered more than once (11 entered 3 times).  We had 23 new people join the pool (record 39 new entries overall), the most since 28 joined in ’02.  In the pool, with lower-seeded teams winning 23 straight, a record 6 went 16-0 on Day 2 (Big BlueBigtenfanCeasefireHHLuckyNumberSlevinThe Rebounding Dead) (previously 23 had gone 15-1).  The Flying Elvi won a record 23 straight games and Ceasefire won 22 straight.  Bwakewey 1 went 8-0 on Day 4 (3rd person to do so) while 3 went 8-0 in the Sweet 16 (Big LutherBobbyCee’sRacer’sEdgeWill I Ever Win This).  Four went 0-for-the-Final-Four (374 total).   PRIDE OF TROY (Patrick N) (4th ’05, 4th ’06, 12 years), Dance Time Boyz (Stephanie J) (3 years), Will I Ever Win This (Man V) (17 years), Wuk3 (Mike W) (1st year), and Flying Ace (4th ’13, 15 years) won 2nd-6th ($330/$225/$170/$125/$80) which knocked out 5 other entries.  72 people have won money in our pool. The most dominating team by far (Vegas made it even money between Kentucky and the other 67 teams), Kentucky was poised to reach perfection at 40-0 but fell two games short.  Kentucky was picked by 90 to win it all (146 of 161 had them in the Final Four) with West Region’s Arizona (26) and #1 Wisconsin (18) next.  The other #1 seeds Villanova (9) and Duke (8) got some votes as did Virginia (6).  The Pac 12 got three of its four teams into the Sweet 16 while the Big 10’s seven teams went 12-7.  The Big 12 got 7 of 10 teams into the tournament but fizzled at 5-7 while the ACC (6 teams) won their first 11 games and ended up the winningest conference with 17 wins.  22 had a chance to win the Bonus but it was Nwspring (Nicholas S) (3rd ’12, 4 years) and Patton (Jonathan P) (4 years) sharing the $40 Bonus, as each had 130 points (1 point off) and the ACC with 17 wins.  We had our 5th First Four for Charity contest entered by 11 people and was won by Kevin T (Shake N Bake) with a donation of $122 ($47 personally by Scott and a few others chipping in $35) going to the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation for breast cancer research.
    2016 HWCI
    2016 Villanova
    In 2016, we had our 20th different champion in 22 years as JJ (Jonna J) (6 years) won the pool ($595) thanks to Villanova’s (picked by just 4 with three getting the top 3 spots) buzzer-beating game-winner.  This is the 10th time in the past 13 years our champion will be decided after the final game. The pace of entries lagged behind from last year and only a record-tying 38 entries on Thursday pushed the total to 149, the first time the entries decreased since ’13 (134->131) (no mail in entries this time). We had 14 new people join the pool (19 new entries overall) and 31 entered more than once.  Despite 7 upsets, The Resistance became the sixth person to go 16-0 on the first day and three others 15-1.  35 went 0-for-the-Final-four (409 total).  Buckeye23 (Wendy B) (Bns ’07, 2nd ’09, 11 years), The Hip-Hopopotamus (Thomas D) (12 years), Buccos 1 (Jason R) (8 years), Larzby (Lawrence M) (1st ’09, 13 years), and Honey Badger (Scott D) (1st year) took 2nd-6th ($305/$120/$155/$110/$75) with the latter edging out The Resistance (Scott T) in the tiebreaker for 6th.  Thomas D’s win means each of Jane D’s sons has won something (Quinn 1st ’12, Robby D Bns ’08) while she hasn’t.  This was the 3rd time Scott T fell short by one slot of the money (4th ’95, 6th ’10, 7th, ’16).  77 people have won money in our pool.  Michigan St was the heavy favorite with 53 picking them to win it all while Kansas was picked by 45 (11 other teams were picked as well).  The ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, and Pac 12 each got 7 teams into the proper 64 but it was the ACC dominating again for the second straight year, with 19 wins with three teams in the Elite 8, including #10-MW Syracuse who was a controversial at-large pick.  The buzzer-beater kept the ACC with 19 wins and Ito (Isabel T) (1st year) won the Bonus as the only one with the ACC with 19 wins (49 had a chance if the ACC had 20 wins in Bonus2). We had our 6th First Four for Charity contest entered by 21 people and was on by Vi P (Luke KAI Walker) who was one of 6 to get all First Four games correct but had the lowest point differential at 45.  A donation of $86.98 ($42 personally by Scott and a few other chipping in $44.98) was sent to Star Wars: Force for Change which inspires kids to make a positive impact through UNICEF’s Kid Power.
    2017 HWCI
    UNC 2017 Champs
    In 2017, we had our 21st different champion in 23 years as UNC’s win gave Dboyz17 (Greg Z) the title in his 4th year and record $690 win (out of a record $1,780 pot), followed by MarchMindlessness (Eric F (5th ’14), 7 years), Alternative Picks (Nelson P, 14 years), Agnes Scheweizhofer (Andy F (6th-Tied ’12), 20 years), and Flying Elvi (Brian S (2nd ’97, 21 years)).  The 136 total points gave ChasCroix1 (Chuck D, 9 years) the tiebreaker over The Juggernaut (Alex K, 2 years) to win 6th.  Alex K became the first person to win our 7th place prize (for having 165+ entries).  Despite not getting up and running until early Monday morning, the entries were pouring in from the start with a record 26 on Monday and a record 57 on Tuesday (shattering the previous record by 15 (’14)).  Each day ended in record-breaking fashion (26 after Monday, 83 after Tuesday, 145 after Wednesday, 178 after Thursday).  We only had 14 new people in the pool (25 new entries overall) but we had some return after lengthy absences (since ’08, 11, 12).  A record 28 entered twice and a record 13 entered three times helping shatter ’15’s entry record by 17.  With only two upsets, a record 6 finished 16-0 on Day 1 (just six had done so previously).  The Swami eventually won the first 23 games but it was Air Fabone 23 who set a record by winning the first 30 games (picking 6 upsets) and set a record with a 31-1 Round 1.  It was the second straight year Scott T had an entry go 16-0 on Day 1 (and each time finished out of the money).  Quinnsanity became the 7th person to go 16-0 on Day 2 picking all four upsets. 54 went 0-for-the-Final-four (463 total).  The ACC got 9 teams in (only 8 in proper 64 and just one in Sweet 16) and that led people to choose North Carolina (30), Duke (19), or Louisville (5) as their champ.  Defending champ Villanova (28), Gonzaga (25), Kansas (19), Arizona (19), and UCLA (16) also got a lot of votes making this one of the most wide-open pools ever (8 other teams were picked).  With the ACC fizzling out, the SEC and ACC were the winningest conference with 11 wins and no one picked that.  So the Bonus2 was in effect for the first time since ’14.  Bigtenfan (Benjamin D (2nd ’14, 6 years)) finished off by one point and was the best finisher (32nd) among the 12 entries who were one off to win the Bonus.  81 people have won money in our pool.  We had our 7th First Four for Charity contest entered by 16 people and was won by Craig H who was the only one to get all four games correct.  A donation of  $85.10 ($57 personally by Scott with a few others chipping in $28.10) was made to IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference which focuses on innovation, deployment, and adaptation of technology for humanitarian goals and sustainable development.
    2018 HWNCAA Logo In 2018, we had our 22nd different champion in 24 years (see above) as Philly Eagles Again (Bob G (2nd ’08, 2nd ’12, 20 years)) won the title before the Final was played, just the fourth time that has happened and first since ’13. Bob G’s all-time total is $1,020 and becomes our highest earner over Darryn B ($920).  The entries coming in very closely followed ’15 pattern and indeed at the end, we had 160, just off ’15’s 161.  However, for the first time since ’12, four entries had to be removed so we ended up with 156, our 3rd highest total.  We did get 14 new people (thanks to Vi N, Ken B, Greg P, and Jane D’s efforts) and a couple we haven’t seen since ’14.  22 entered twice and 13 entered three times.  Scott T (The Fabone 2×4) won 43 straight 1st Round Day 1 games (last 4 in ’15, all 16 in ’16, all 16 in ’17, first 7 in ’18), picking ten straight upsets before Seton Hall’s win.  With 20 games being won by the lower seed (62 games) including the first-ever #16 beating a #1 (South: UMBC over Virginia) and the first-ever Sweet 16 region without their #1-4 seeds (South), a record 51.9% of entries were eliminated after the first weekend (shattering the previous high of 36.1% in ’00).  The second round average of 7.2 wins (of 16) was the worst since ’00 (6.9) and both years saw just 7 #1-#4 seeds make the Sweet 16.  Two 11s, two  9s and two 7s made the Sweet 16.  18 went 0-for-the-Final-Four (481 total).  Loyola-Chicago (with cheerleader Sister Jean) became the 4th 11 seed to make the Final Four (losing to Michigan).  The Pac 12 was snubbed getting just 3 in and two of those in the First Four (both lost) and its champ Arizona routed in the 1st round.  The ACC got 9 teams with the Big 12 getting 7 and the Big East 6.  Villanova and Virginia were heavy favorites (picked by 42 and 32, respectively) but other #1 seeds Kansas (7, 6th) and Xavier (2, 9th-Tied) were off the radar.  3 seed Michigan St (20), 2 seed Duke (20), and 4 seed Arizona (13) were the other double-digit picks.  Overall, 18 teams were picked to be champs.  The SEC was the winningest conference for the 4th time with 12 wins and only SamerTime (Sam S (3rd ’11, 10 years)) was eligible of the two (Philly Eagles Again was in the money) to win the $40 Bonus.  Either 82 or 83 people have won money in our pool.  We had our 8th First Four for Charity contest entered by 13 people and was won by Eric C (Kona Coast Sliders 1) who went 3-1 with a low of 13 point differential. A donation of at least $56 ($26 personally by Scott with a few others chipping in $30) will be made to World Vision, a Christian humanitarian organization helping children, families, and their communities overcome poverty and injustice.

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    Family Easter egg hunt at the home and got to see the incredible women’s final comeback finish with Notre Dame’s Arike Ogundbowale achieving legend status with back-to-back game-winners… 

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