NCAA Feet: 2013 March Madness Round 1 & 2 Recap

March 25, 2013 BY / 3

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The 2013 NCAA March Madness Tournament started the round of 64 on Thursday and we’re down to the Sweet Sixteen, and plenty of buzzing headlines have spilled out from the exciting event. #1 Gonzaga was knocked out by Wichita State, while “Florida Gulf Coast University” was googled over the last three days more than it ever has been after the Cinderella Eagles took down Georgetown and San Diego State University. As expected, the sneaker sightings have been incredible (remember our mid-season recap several weeks ago), with players taking out their most prized basketball shoes for the highly publicized games. Check out some of the best from the first two rounds below and stay tuned for another recap as the Tournament winds down!

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Elementkx
Elementkx

Those wheat LeBrons are butt ugly. 

Da_Real_Big_Infinite
Da_Real_Big_Infinite

Lotta heat out their dis wkend... but I see my alma mater Uni of Miami still in doin it

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