NCAA Bracket 2012: 10 Most Bone-Headed Moments of March Madness

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NCAA Bracket 2012: 10 Most Bone-Headed Moments of March Madness
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Some fans may want to look away. You know who you are.

There are so many things that can go wrong in an NCAA tournament game. Just ask Chris Webber and his timeout that didn't exist. Ask those who decided to not put a hand on Tyus Edney on his way to the basket.

Ask Seton Hall's Gerald Greene, who had a questionable foul called against him, which likely cost the Pirates a national championship. Ask Fred Brown for making the most memorable turnover in tournament history. Ask the defenders who saw buzzer-beaters go in over their heads without putting a hand up to defend. Ask the coaches who couldn't figure out to guard the star player from the opposing team.

Every year, there is another questionable move to be dissected. The hope is that yours isn't the one that history remembers vividly. By this weekend, we will know our Final Four and the look back at this tournament can truly begin. Without wanting to wait, here are 10 moments from this March that we can look back at now and ask, "What were they thinking?"

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