VCU Rams puts the smack down on the Butler Bulldogs. In a game you thought would be a lot closer, the Rams were off to the races as they lead from the start and totally obliterated the Butler Bulldogs. Butler will bounce back but it was a horse race they would probably rather forget.
An innocent 4 point lead turned to 8 then 10 then 15 then upwards of 20. By half-time the Rams were up 45 to 21 with VCU forcing 14 turnovers on Butler while the Rams only had three; a huge differential. The VCU full court press hung on the bulldogs like a wet blanket and just killed them slowly with a cancerous yet effective and rapid fashion. Needless to say, the game was over by then as the second half yielded more of the same. Final score was 84 to 52.
Butler will rebound, I’m sure of that but the question remains how far or how smart can the VCU Rams take their tenacity into the March Madness tourney and beat down teams at will? Maybe the MARCHVEGAS 4-day Holiday could help us all in focusing on our brackets while Coach Smart and the Rams show us whats in store come March? We shall see.
To catch the VCU Rams for March Madness, why not take a break, “March to Vegas” and see all the excitement at once for the first round of the tournament? Watch hoops and gamble by day, play and party by night for 4 blissful days; it’ll feel just like a 4-day™ holiday.
MARCHVEGAS 2013 is from Thursday March 21st till Sunday March 24th. Though visiting Las Vegas is the greatest during this time, it is only optional. You must think real hard young Jedi and decide if you want to “work” or take the MARCHVEGAS 4-day Holiday. If you choose the later, then Sign the Petition, “Make MARCHVEGAS a 4-day holiday and check out our travel options to Las Vegas.
By Roy George
[MARCHVEGAS] – noun 1. “March to Vegas” symbolizes the humanistic tendency to march, migrate, or advance as a deliberate or organized body in a habitual manner back to Las Vegas. 2. Marriage of March Madness and Las Vegas, especially during tournament time. 3. The “MARCHVEGAS 4-day Holiday” (March 21 – 24, 2013) – Sign the Petition.