Saturday, March 28, 2015

39 47 74 | The History of NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Champions (+This Year's College Football Championship)



Notice the first NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship Began in 1939, a very curious year indeed.  In 1939, eight teams competed, today, 68 teams compete.  Every fifth year, the tournament is held in Indianapolis where the NCAA is based out of.  Most college basketball fans will immediately think of Robert "Bobby" Knight when they think of Indiana and College Men's Basketball.
  • Robert = 9+6+2+5+9+2 = 33
  • Knight = 2+5+9+7+8+2 = 33
Notice that the first Championship, way back in '39, was between Oregon and Ohio, the only two states with '74' and '47' Gematria respectively.  Also recall that this year, 2015, the NCAA Men's Football had their first National Championship Game, given a bracket format.  It too was between Oregon and Ohio, with Ohio defeating Oregon.
  • Oregon = 15+18+5+7+15+14 = 74
  • Ohio = 15+8+9+15 = 47
  • (The First Super Bowl was in the 47th Season of the NFL)
    • 47th Season was '66 Season
    • NFL = 66 in Jewish Gematria (Don't forget Jews run the sports leagues...)
Making matters more interesting, Oregon won by a score of 46-33.  Do you notice what is curious?  Yes, both the numbers 46 and 33.  It should be noted that Ohio is the 17th State, and Oregon is the 33rd. 

With more emphasis on '33', UCLA, the birth place of AIDS (AIDS = 33) (UCLA becomes 3331), has won a leading '11 Titles' with 10 of those championships coming between 1964 and 1975.  Behind UCLA is Kentucky, with 8 Titles.  Should they win again, they will be at '9'.  Behind Kentucky are Indiana and North Carolina with '5'.  Last year, Connecticut defeated Kentucky in the Championship Game, on April 7, or 4/7.  Recall, the first NBA Championship was in the year '47, a number of much significance.  Recall further, the first NCAA Championship was between Oregon and Ohio, or 74 and 47.

This year the championship is on April 6, the 96th day of the year, a day have much to do with Freemasonry.  Kentucky won the championship in '96, that year over Syracuse, the "Orange"men.
  • Orange = 6+9+1+5+7+5 = 33