The March Madness betting tournament is already a week old, and just like that sports fans, we are down to the final 16 teams of the tournament. It felt like it was only yesterday that we were watching the college basketball betting conference tournaments to determine the seeds of the tournament. Yet now after are brackets have been spoiled by some of the remaining 16 teams, we are stuck trying to predict who will play in the March Madness finals. Here is our prediction for this year's two contestants on April 4, 2011 for the National Title.
This year's March Madness final will feature two teams from the Mountain West Conference, as the San Diego Aztecs and BYU Cougars will battle it out for National supremacy. This year's March Madness seeding process, allowed for the possibility of these two teams face off for the second championship related game between them this season.
It was only a couple of weeks ago, that the San Diego State Aztecs led by Kawhi Leonard, were able to exact some revenge on the BYU Cougars led by the nation's top scorer Jimmer Fredette. To say the Aztecs embarrassed the Cougars in the MWC Championship game would be an understatement. As a result of the loss to San Diego State, the Cougars dropped from a possible top seed in the tournament to a fourth seed in the Southeast region.
Meanwhile, the San Diego State Aztecs were given a two seed in the West Region. As a result of the March Madness tournament brackets breaking down so that the West Region Champion will face the East Champion in the final four and Southwest champion face the Southeast, it provides MWC fans the opportunity to see the two best teams battle it out for the National title.
If this final does happen, we see Jimmer Fredette the NCAAB version of former NCAAF Florida Gator Tim Tebow, winning his first ever National title. This year the man simply known as Jimmer, has averaged close to 32 points a game and has pretty much put the Cougars on his back all season. On the other side of things, Kawhi Leonard has done the same with the Aztecs, guiding the team to two impressive victories entering the Sweet 16 round for the first time in school history.