Gee, it looks like Offensive Karma applies during NCAA March Madness too. To review, Offensive Karma is defined by a team’s display of offensiveness in the form of words or actions rooted in bigotry, discrimination and ignorance—which then leads to the team’s ultimate demise in a championship tourney. In the case of the NCAA Tournament, it actually worked in reverse. That is, Kentucky Guard Andrew Harrison used a racial slur in reference to Wisconsin Forward Frank Kaminsky during a post-game interview—after the Badgers had beaten the Wildcats. But hey, let’s not get caught up in technicalities.