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NCAA Tournament Coming Back To Buffalo!! [VIDEO] [Possibly NSFW]

Syracuse v Gonzaga
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The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is returning to Buffalo.  That’s right, Buffalo will host some of the early round games in the 2014.  The NCAA announced that the First Niagara Center will host first and second round games on March 20th and 22nd in 2014.  The last time Buffalo played host to the NCAA tournament was in 2010.  Other host cities for 2014 include San Antonio, San Diego, Orlando and St. Louis.

Check out some of the fun that ensued..Syracuse v. Gonzaga (HSBC Arena)  …..the tailgating, the games….and the guys are listening to WYRK.  Chris Young as a matter of fact.

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