Tom Izzo is headed to his seventh Final Four. Only three coaches have been to more: John Wooden, Dean Smith, and Izzo’s opposition on Saturday, Mike Krzyzewski.
It’s only fitting that Michigan State received an Indy Car escort from the airport to downtown Indianapolis Wednesday when they arrived for the Final Four.
Four teams, four drug-testing policies.
Duke’s Marshall Plumlee spends his practices trying to match up with a possible No. 1 overall NBA draft pick and most games seeing only spot duty on the Blue Devils’ latest Final Four team.
Let’s be honest, watching puppies predict the winner of the NCAA Final Four is a lot more entertaining than listening to experts break down the games.
“There is a true love for one another,” Izzo said Tuesday, “and that is a powerful, powerful thing.”
I am here to give you one good reason to root for Wisconsin and that is Sam Dekker’s girlfriend Bailey Scheich.
Michigan State great Mateen Cleaves and Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski’s son-in-law are among the commentators who will call the “homer” broadcasts during the Final Four.
A trio of one-seeds comprise three-quarters of the Final Four this season. As a seven-seed, Michigan State is the outlier.
They may be considered an underdog, but the Michigan State Spartans have proved their weight in gold during this year’s NCAA Tournament.