NCAA March Madness 2013: Refuge for a Bracket Gone Bad
If you're already out of sorts about the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, here are some places in Gwinnett County to help you continue enjoying the action.
So, if you had New Mexico, Kansas State, Wisconsin, Oklahoma State and UNLV going far in your 2013 NCAA Basketball Bracket, you're probably in a bad place right now.
Those teams were all seeded No. 5 or better in the tournament and all were upset in the Round of 64. Bummer.
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But despite all the upsets, you can still stay engaged with March Madness. Here are two suggestions:
1. Hang in there and hope you get the rest of your predictions correct. Most predictions and Las Vegas odds for the 2013 NCAA Tournament champion favor Louisville, by the way.
2. Use Patch to find your better place nearby to take in the action with other basketball crazies (Chances are many of them have been disappointed by the upsets, too).
Check out the local business directories on Gwinnett County Patches to find some spots to take in the games. (Results below are based on "Bars & Pubs" searches on our directories):
- Buford Bars and Pubs (Buford Patch)
- Dacula Bars and Pubs (Dacula Patch)
- Duluth Bars and Pubs (Duluth Patch)
- Lawrenceville Bars and Pubs (Lawrenceville Patch)
- Lilburn Bars and Pubs (Lilburn Patch)
- Loganville/Grayson Bars and Pubs (Loganville-Grayson Patch)
- Norcross Bars and Pubs (Norcross Patch)
- Peachtree Corners Bars and Pubs (Peachtree Corners Patch)
- Snellville Bars and Pubs (Snellville Patch)
- Suwanee Bars and Pubs (Suwanee Patch)
If your favorite spot isn't listed, let us know.
Remember, the road to the NCAA championship ends in Atlanta this year, as Georgia's capital city hosts the NCAA Men's Final Four Championships beginning April 5 - 8 at the Georgia Dome.
It's Atlanta's fourth time hosting the second most popular sporting event, it's also the 75th celebration of March Madness.