For some fans, March Madness is more about the ritual than the game

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Posted: Thursday, April 4, 2013 12:00 am

During this year's NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Carlos Carr cheered first for Creighton University. A job at Creighton, after all, originally drew the Kansas City native to Omaha.

After Creighton lost to Duke, Carr switched his attention to the University of Kansas (which he thinks of as his hometown team), and to Wichita State (a team he saw play now and then when he lived in Kansas City). This year he also kept an eye on teams in the Big East Conference (he figured he might as well see what Creighton will be up against next year).

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