March Madness has arrived. The 68 teams are set, and the games kick off later this week.
By Star Tribune
March 14, 2021 — 7:54pm
Whether you're a one-bracket wonder or fill out a bracket for yourself, each of your kids, your "neighbor" and each of your dogs - you have to start somewhere. Selection Sunday is in the books, and the madness of March kicks off later this week.
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