Villanova enters Monday’s national championship game as the consensus favorite over Michigan, whether your authority of choice happens to be oddsmakers, laptops or (ahem) ESPN types. All of the above expect the Wildcats to win their second national title in three years.
At the risk of jumping on board an already crowded bandwagon, I would only add that Jay Wright’s team is also the pick of not one but two methods that have successfully predicted and/or screened every title game winner since 2004. What are these all-seeing methods?
One of them is straightforward to the point of being borderline obvious. The other one sounds more like mere superstition at first, but actually makes more sense upon further review.
Here’s how you could have correctly gone 14-for-14 and predicted every national title game winner from 2004 through 2017:
Method No. 1: Tournament scoring margin
If you want to know who’s going to win a sixth tournament game in
Article source: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/22995728/ncaa-tournament-two-trends-point-villanova-title
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