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NCAA Predictions: T-Bones Front Office

The T-Bones staff with actor Dennis Haskins in 2012. (File photo by Matthew Hicks.)
03/21/2013 1:18 PM -

Read nearly any newspaper – actual paper or online – today and you’ll likely find a “star’s” predictions for the men’s NCAA tournament, which, to purists, begins Thursday. At tbonesbaseball.com, we thought it’d be fun for players, coaches and members of the front office to share their predictions.

After posting the players’ predictions earlier today, here are members of the T-Bones front office (in alphabetical order):


Seth Alberg, Sr. Director of Corporate Sales
Final Four: Louisville, Ohio State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Kansas over Louisville, 78-69

Glen Aveson, Head Groundskeeper
Final Four: New Mexico State, New Mexico, VCU, Davidson
Championship Game: New Mexico over VCU, 35-24

Rylan Brody, Director of Stadium Operations
Final Four: Cincinnati, Belmont, South Dakota State, Montana
Championship Game: South Dakota State over Belmont, 108-103

Chris Browne, Vice-President/General Manager
Final Four: Louisville, Ohio State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Louisville over Indiana, 81-79 (Apologies to Rylan Brody, a former Indiana student.)

Adam Ehlert, President
Final Four: Oregon, Iowa State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Kansas over Oregon, 83-79

Matt Fulks, Director of Media Relations
Final Four: Duke, K-State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Indiana over Duke, 64-59

Brad Holt, Assistant Director of Group Sales
Final Four: Duke, Ohio State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Indiana over Ohio State, 76-72

Emily Hoskins, Director of Promotions
Final Four: Duke, Ohio State, Indiana, Kansas
Championship Game: Kansas over Duke, 75-68

Jared Reid, Account Executive-Group Sales
Final Four: Michigan State, Wisconsin, Florida, Indiana
Championship Game: Indiana over Michigan State, 64-59

Kurt Sieker, Assistant General Manager/Director of Group Sales
Final Four: Duke, Ohio State, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Kansas over Ohio State, 72-70

Ryan Stos, Sales Executive
Final Four: Duke, Wisconsin, Kansas, Indiana
Championship Game: Duke over Indiana, 68-63

Jason Young, Director of Ticket Sales
Final Four: MIZZOU, Ohio State, kU (emphasis on the k not capitalized), Indiana
Championship Game: Mizzou over kU, 88-81 (I’d also like to point out that I didn’t even know the Big XII was still around until they had the tournament in KC. I just figured they shut down the conference and gave up after MIZZOU left for the SEC.)