I'm 0 for 2 tonight! For most of the second half Marquette was trailing by quite a bit; the game wasn't even close.
Okay, so what did I miss in this chart? I had some time to ponder that question during the second half, and I have found something significant.
Venus plays the part of Florida, who were slight underdogs in this contest. Antiscion Venus is just inside the 10th house, testimony for a Marquette win. However, I missed an important aspect with antiscion Venus and the Moon.
Moon's aspects are the best indicator of wins and losses in sports event charts. Moon is at 9.18 Aries, applying to trine antiscion Venus at 11.08 Leo. As bodily Venus moves forward, its antiscion moves backward towards the Moon. So the Moon aspects Venus in about two degrees. This is the only aspect that takes place within our five-degree range, and I missed it earlier. Moon to Lord 7 (or its antiscion, as in this case) means the game goes to Venus: Florida wins.
I also wonder if there isn't something up with antiscion Neptune on Saturn--as in the Wisconsin-Vandy game last week. Saturn in this chart is Lord 4, Florida's prize. Neptune seems not to like the favorites, so its conjunction to Florida's prize may have contributed to their win.
I'm away to play for the weekend so won't be calling any further games until the semi-finals on March 31st. Until then, happy March Madness to you!