Harvard earns spot in March Madness tournament

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March 18, 2013, 8:01 am
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(NECN/CSN: Kevin Walsh) – The bracket is set and now it’s time for the tournament.

Harvard’s men’s basketball team earned the #14 seed in the west bracket. They will play New Mexico on the opening day of March Madness.

We’re looking at CSN’s Kevin Walsh’s bracket. He doesn’t think Harvard will go far, but he thinks this is a year of Catholic institutions. He says, in the end, Jesuits will win.

His final four: Louisville, Ohio State, Syracuse and Georgetown.

His winner is Louisville.

Onto the Boston Bruins… Walsh is a little bit concerned about David Krejci’s injury, but he says the Bruins are playing good.

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