Mar 16, 2012; Greensboro, NC, USA; NCAA logo shot during the second round of the 2012 NCAA men

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Welcome to Busting Brackets, the NCAA news and opinions site brought to you by the FanSided Network. Busting Brackets is dedicated to providing top-notch NCAA news, views and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.

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Joseph Nardone, editor

Joseph is the Managing Editor of Busting Brackets. He is also a features writer for FanSided's main page and a contributor to Hoops Habit. Previous incarnations of his work can be seen on USA Today, Fox Sports, and SLAMOnline. Lastly, he does not enjoy discussing himself in the third-person.

Jared Mintz, Senior Staff Writer

Worked in ESPN's Production Research and Stats and Analysis Departments. Contributed to IamaGM, Rant Sports, SBNation, currently write for Bro Jackson dot com. Covered college basketball for the America East, (former) Big East, and ACC conferences. I love basketball the way fat kids hate fat kids analogies.

Aseh Nshom, Staff Writer

Hey Guys! My name is Aseh. If there's one thing I enjoy, it's talking basketball with other college hoops fanatics. I'm originally from Seattle, Washington. I've been an avid fan of the sport since the Seattle Supersonics were conference contenders in the mid 90’s. Since then, I've really enjoyed following NCAA teams. I find it to be more centered on teamwork and cohesion. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh (a proud member of the ACC). I look forward to covering all that is ACC Men's Basketball. The 2014-2015 season should be one for the ages.

Jovan Alford, Staff Writer

Hello my name is Jovan Alford and I am a senior, communication major at La Salle University. I am the editor here at heatwaved.com. I write for various sports sites and have my own called Total Sports Live. Finally, I also have my own radio show at La Salle University. To contact me you can email me at [email protected]

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