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    March Madness set to Lindsay Sterling's "Stars Align"


    March Madness has arrived! Yes, once again we have arrived at the time of the year as college basketball fans sit in front of multiple televisions while watching the NCAA tournament play out constantly for 12 hours starting at noon Eastern and not ending until after midnight then sleep off the food coma from wings, pizza, subs and all the other junkfood consumed only to wake up and do it all over again the following day, and then again, and again. Thursday through Sunday.


    But before the Big Dance could start conference championships had to be settled over the first two weeks of March. Victory in these conference tournaments punched automatic tickets into the NCAA tournament while others received at-large bids based on their season body of work.


    68 teams get in, only one team will survive to become the 2014 NCAA Champion.


    This video is dedicated to the conference tournaments and their champions. It features highlights from all the championship games to the video and soundtrack of "Stars Align" by Lindsay Sterling.


    Lindsay is what she calls a hiphop violinist. If you have never heard of her or seen her you should check out her youtube channel. She is a beast with that violin.


    Stars Align - Lindsay Sterling posted on youtube by Lindsay Sterling


    Lindsay Sterling's youtube page


    All NCAA highlights posted at youtube by:
    NCAA highlights


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