From mid March through early April, college basketball fans are smitten by the sports world’s most popular annual event that the NCAA has brilliantly Trademarked March Madness.
College hoops junkies trudge around like zombies. They get through the day mumbling about stats, scores, match-ups, RPI ratings, regional brackets and overall strength of conference schedules.
They also can’t part with their remotes, dividing ESPN viewing time between jumbo televisions, smaller WiFi notebook screens and even tinier LCD screens on their pocket-sized iPhones.
FREE College Basketball Comics
It’s filled with 25 of my all-time favorite NCAA college basketball comics. They not only capture special players from previous tournaments, but also lampoon tireless basketball clichés we utilize as part of our, at times, outdated sports language.
You’ll laugh at the guys clad in tuxedos and bow ties getting invited to the Big Dance and you’ll smile at a player attempting to remove an actual lid from the basket with a blow torch.
The Admiral, Phi Slamma Jamma, Fab 5 and more
You’ll recall the brilliant leadership of The Admiral and the amazing athleticism of Phi Slamma Jamma.
You’ll admire the poise of Louisville’s Never Nervous Pervis and the precociousness of Michigan’s Fab 5.
You’ll get a kick out of the nail biters in the stands and the tall guys who own the paint.
You’ll cheer on the little guy who takes the charge and empathize with the undersized team that came up short.
You may go mad like the Cameron Crazies or go crazy with Dickie V’s cliché laden basketball expressions.
So, cheer on your favorite team because when it comes to the NCAA college basketball tournament each March, your squad is certainly playing for all the marbles.
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