Celebrate March Madness with a March Madness bracket app, basketball cookies, and the NCAA YouTube channel

Washington Huskies vs. Minnesota Golden Gopher...

Washington Huskies vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers 3.27.12 (Photo credit: MattBritt00)

March Madness begins on March 19 for its 75th Anniversary season. To celebrate, the NCAA has launched a YouTube channel, featuring clips from games over the years. If you’re an avid college basketball follower — or just have the desire to keep up with conversation in the dorm — it may be time to start thinking about how you’ll follow the games. Will you manage your fantasy season with a March Madness bracket app? Make basketball cookies? Or look into the history of men’s college basketball to honor those great moments of the sport? Here are ways to do all three and really be in the know!

Predict the winners

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A March Madness bracket app and other hot technology trends

March Madness“Ah spring…a time of year when young men’s [and women’s] fancy lightly turns to thoughts of”…basketball? With apologies to Alfred, Lord Tennyson, for many the month of March doesn’t mean spring, or flowers or even thoughts of love. March is simply time for March Madness, when 68 college basketball teams vie to win the distinction of NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Champion.  But even college basketball has been bitten by the technology bug, with a March Madness bracket app being the latest among hot technology trends to hit in 2013. Of course there are many other apps, new and old, that can actually help you study, too, so read on for the latest in fun and learning, online-style. Read more