Rambler fans are popping up across the country showing support for the nation’s newest “Cinderella” of the NCAA Tournament. How can you tell if they’re real fans, though? Here’s a guide for a bandwagon fan to appear as though they’ve followed the team for years.
Ladies and gentlemen: Welcome to the Madness. The NCAA Tournament tipped off March 15 and brackets were busted immediately — including mine. The East and Midwest regions look somewhat normal: Two No. 1 seeds, two No. 2 seeds, one No. 3 seed, two No. 5 seeds and one No. 11 seed.
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