The month of March may be over, but we’re just getting into the really exciting part of March Man-ness: the final game. You’ve narrowed the field from 16 college basketball stars to the final two. Will Chris Kramer or Conner Teahan win the title of March Man-ness Champion? We’ll only know when we count the votes at the end of the day on Monday, April 6. May the
best hot man win! Keep reading »
We’re now in the final stage of March Man-ness: End Game. In this last round, you will be deciding between just two NCAA men’s basketball players. The one who gets the most votes is this year’s Champion. Who are you voting for? Keep reading »
Today is the last day to vote in Round 3 of March Man-ness. Right now, Chris Kramer of Purdue is in the lead with 407 votes. The race for the second spot in Round 4 is close: Conner Teahan of Kansas has 219 votes, and Ryan Tiesi of Pittsburgh has 243. VOTE NOW, because Round 4 starts tomorrow! Keep reading »
Just four men left in this year’s March Man-ness competition. This poll closes Thursday, April 2 at 6 p.m., so make your vote count. The two players with the highest votes will advance to the championship round, which begins this Friday.
UPDATE: Voting for Round 3 is now closed. Please vote in Round 4 starting April 3! Keep reading »
Round 2 of March Man-ness ends today at 6 p.m., so get your vote on and help decide who will be in the Final Four. Currently, Ryan Tiesi is leading the pack, followed by Chris Kramer, Conner Teahan, and Tyler Hansbrough. But Michigan State, Oklahoma, Xavier, and Duke fans, you still have time to rally and move your guys to the top! VOTE NOW Keep reading »
We’ve counted your votes, and these eight fine gentlemen have advanced to March Man-ness Round 2. This poll closes on Monday, March 30 at 6pm, so vote now! The four players with the most votes will advance to Round 3. May the
best hot man win!
UPDATE: Voting for Round 2 is closed! But vote in Round 3 starting March 31! Keep reading »
Have you voted for your favorite college basketball player in Round 1 of March Man-ness? No? You should probably get on that, ’cause voting for this round ends tomorrow night at 6pm. Currently, Chris Kramer of Purdue is in the lead, followed by Conner Teahan of Kansas and Blake Griffin of Oklahoma. Only the top eight advance to Round 2, so your vote counts! VOTE NOW Keep reading »
The teams playing in the NCAA’s March Madness basketball tournament have been narrowed down to 16, and we’ve chosen one good-looking player from each team to represent their school in March Man-ness. For the next two weeks, you’ll be trimming the field from 16 to eight, then four, then two, then one in The Frisky’s take on the March basketball tournament. Voting for this first round ends Thursday, March 26 at 6pm. May the
best hot man win!
UPDATE: The first round of voting in March Man-ness has closed. The eight players advancing to Round 2 are: Chris Kramer, Conner Teahan, Blake Griffin, Ryan Tiesi, CJ Alexander, Idong Ibok, Tyler Hansbrough, and Gerald Henderson. Voting for the second round starts March 27! Keep reading »
In case you tune out whenever sports news comes on TV, there’s a little thing called March Madness going on right now. The college basketball teams who will compete have been announced, and the games begin tomorrow.
A lot of men and women, including President Barack Obama, spend hours trying to figure out the brackets so they can win pools and whatnot. We here at The Frisky aren’t as interested in basketball scores, statistics, or team rankings. No, we care more about who the hottest player is. So, starting next week, we will be pitting players from the NCAA Sweet 16 against one another in March Man-ness, a battle of the looks. Let’s get ready to rumble!
If you have any favorite players you’d like to see included, leave your suggestions in the comments! Keep reading »
A month of basketball isn’t so bad when you have these faces to look at. Click the pics for the players’ stats, if you want to know who scored the most points or who’s so tall they would be difficult to kiss. Keep reading »