Im gonna go out on a limb and say you are lying...you could not have watched the duration of all three games because, quite frankly, all three games were not televised in full in your area...and two were on at the same time.....please save yourself further embarrassment by not saying you bought the NCAA tournament TV package and you had 2 TV's going at once....lies only turn into more lies.
That is all,
I have internet access, not sure if you know that. Also, CBS flips through games routinely. I didn't say I watched all of the games in full, I said I watched the games.
So watching small pieces of games now counts as watching the game? Ok...and as far as watching the game on the internet, i dont give benefit of the doubt. You can say you watched these games on TV AND the internet til you are blue in the face. You absolutely did not watch these games on the internet. Pure fiction. Two people in this world know this, you and me... so the Big East is over rated and stinks because they lost 3 out of 4 Thursday....well, not sure if you know this, they won 3 out of 4 Fri....
Do you also tell people you saw a movie when you only saw the previews?
Ok how about this...I watched the ENTIRE Villanova game and what happened to them...whoops, that's right. You are missing the entire point of my article. I said the Big East's struggles weren't surprising, as many felt they would have the most sweet 16 teams, etc. Yes, Syracuse and WVU are great teams and will go far, but that's 2 teams in the entire league. I am not hating on the Big East, I'm saying league didn't have nearly as many powers as once thought. Villanova losing today just adds to that, and yes, I did watch the entire game on TV.
Also, don't hate on movie trailers (your comparison isn't even logical, but I love movie trailers, so I'll stop right there).
I see your point, but I have to disagree about the Big East. I didn't see those teams losing as early as they did was surprised by their early exits.
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