What's good my fellow sports enthusiasts? I'm Philly born and bred, moved to The Bay Area for school and have lived in Jerusalem, Sydney and Miami along the way. I love writing about sports and this seems like a dope forum to spit knowledge to the masses. Hopefully I can provide some compelling material and original insight. Scholar at me.
Today I thought back to this article you wrote in 2010... good call Sean
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You're probably right I should have looked for the first part after editing the second part. I was working out of the queue and trying to knock as many stories out of it as possible, so that's why I didn't.
Anyway, I like the idea for the series. Because I didn't read the first one I didn't know you were presenting the teams in each series randomly. The second part was all Pac-10 and you mentioned the Pac-10 in the intro, so I thought that was the pattern.
It can still work like this, though, and it won't require going by conference. Just try to choose teams that fit some kind of theme or have some kind of commonality between them. Carolina schools, for example. Then do "March Madness Mathematics, Pt. X: [Insert Conference or Commonality]"...I think that's the best way to go. B/R style is to say "Pt. 1" or "Pt. 2," etc., so I recommend you stick to that.
You're completely free to go without the colon and just do Pt. 1 on its own and so forth, but Joe Sports Fan doesn't really care what part of your series a particular article is, so the subtitle after the colon can add keywords for search engines while making the article stand out a bit. The way I put the two of them just now is how I'd go, but, again, you're free to go any direction you please with your articles.
Keep up the good work,
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