Saturday night’s games will decide half the Final Four, and the big boys have pushed the Cinderellas off the dance floor.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is in the midst of the Sweet 16 rounds. Fans who can’t catch the games on television, can use a variety of apps to follow the action.
Sunday’s NCAA play pitted Maryland against West Virginia and a least a couple fans against Terrapin guard Dez Wells.
Travis Trice scored 23 points, and Michigan State knocked second-seeded Virginia out of the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, 60-54 on Sunday.
If Michigan State makes a run in this tournament it will probably be because of its talented trio of Trice, fellow senior Branden Dawson and junior Denzel Valentine.
“It’s not just about March to me, it’s about the process to get to March,” Izzo said.
“It’s a heck of a mountain, you know what I’m saying?” said coach Edward Joyner Jr.
Mike Roth knows there will always be the doubters and critics that will poke holes in what Gonzaga has accomplished during a run that is getting closer to lasting two decades.
At full strength, the Bulldogs could be capable of challenging Michigan State in Friday’s game in Charlotte, North Carolina.
John Calipari’s platoon system gives most players on Kentucky’s roster the opportunity to be the X-factor in any given game.