2021 March Madness

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2021 March Madness

Post by jd of de » Tue Jan 05, 2021 11:42 am

The majority of the 67 NCAA MBB Tournament games will be played in Indiana; 4 arenas or stadiums in Indianapolis, the arena at Purdue and the arena at Indiana Univ. As I recall IU and Purdue are about an hour each from Indy and only 2 hours away from each other.

The Univ. of Illinois, Univ of Louisville, Univ. Cincinnati and Univ. of Dayton arenas are all less than 2 hours away from Indy as well. None are in Indiana but trust me the drive from Indy to South Bend is a pain in the ****.

https://www.ncaa.com/news/basketball-me ... ampionship

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