Kentucky ended Wichita State’s pursuit of perfection Sunday.
Villanova became the highest seed to be knocked out of the tournament so far Saturday night.
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You have to go back. Way, way back. Back to when the NCAA Tournament had just 25 teams, no shot clocks, and when not every tournament game was shown on TV.
It’s plagued them for months. And though the St. Joe’s Hawks are a far different, far better team than they were that chilly December 7 Saturday night, they want another crack at Villanova.
Though the Super Bowl is a big deal, the amount of time watching the game doesn’t compare to the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament. So many games over such a short period of time seems like it may be causing men to take any tact they can to have an excuse to watch it all.
The Wildcats will be the second seed in the East Region and will play in Buffalo on Thursday.
What makes this NCAA Tournament so interesting is that there are no world-beaters in the 68-team field.
Both Villanova and St. Joe’s had their names called in the 68-team field on Sunday Selection. And both are in the Eastern Regional.
For the second time in school history, the Rams advanced to the NCAA Division Final Four in football, and smashed all kinds of records, including finishing with a single-season school record 13 victories.
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Andujar is a 6’6”, 205-pound point forward. He can handle the ball like a guard and draw bigger defenders out of the lane.
“Am I dreaming?” That was my first thought as I walked into the historic Cameron Indoor Stadium wearing my friend’s Duke t-shirt, with royal blue paint under my eyes.
Billy Baron, the MAAC Player of the Year, played in the ACC and Atlantic-10 before coming to Canisius, giving him a better perspective than most on the quality of play across conferences.
Iona and Manhattan, two schools separated by fewer than 10 miles, will play for the MAAC championship in Springfield, MA.