NCAA Tournament 2014: Andrew Wiggins Criticism And Other Takeaways From Sunday

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Mar 23, 2014; St. Louis, MO, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Wayne Selden, Jr. (1) reacts on the bench against the Stanford Cardinal during the second half in the third round of the 2014 NCAA Men

Let’s do things a little bit differently this time.

Normally I would take this time to go through all of the games played on Sunday, run through the scores, highlight players and up-coming games, but there are other issues I feel need to be addressed this time.

What I saw on Sunday was very troubling. This didn’t come from the games, but rather from my time on Twitter, which is always filled with troubling “insight” from people that claim to be fans of college basketball. The 2014 NCAA tournament has been rattled with great excitement and upsets yet that’s being overshadowed by some people constantly over-analyzing the games and the players involved.

If you’ll please allow me to get on my soap box for a minute, let’s dig in.

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