Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy of CollegeHoopsDaily.com dissect how Wisconsin set the NCAA Tournament on its ear by knocking out overall top seed Villanova, then turn their attention to a Sunday slate that features Michigan State trying to do likewise with Kansas. Also on tap: A preview of Sunday’s Camping World 500 in Phoenix.
Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com look back at Friday’s NCAA Tournament results, which again were largely devoid of upsets though USC‘s victory kept another perfect record of First Four winners reaching the second round. Saturday’s discussion centers around a clash between Purdue and Big 12 Tournament champ Iowa State, along with Villanova vs. Wisconsin.
Greg DePalma is joined by CollegeHoopsDaily.com writers Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow to break down the brackets as the 68-team NCAA Tournament field is set, with an eye on top sleepers and Cinderellas. Defending champion Villanova is the overall top seed, with other No.1 seeds going to Kansas, North Carolina and Gonzaga.
Hoops Futures: After crunching the numbers for the championship game tonight, there is only one real choice to make…
Jake Letarski, college basketball editor for RotoWire.com, joins Greg DePalma to preview the NCAA Tournament’s Final 4 matchups. Will Syracuse continue its Cinderella story against North Carolina? And what about the other matchup between No. 2 seeds Villanova and Oklahoma?
Hoops Futures: At 1000-1, Syracuse is clearly our favorite investment. That’s why for us, the real championship game is on Saturday night.
Dan Flaherty, editor of SportsNotebook.com, joins Greg DePalma to analyze futures odds for the NCAA Tournament. Kansas sweeps the favorite’s role – both in Vegas and with the two hosts.
College Basketball: New No.1 Oklahoma gets little chance to enjoy its new perch, with a pair of tough Big 12 road games on the docket. Also, the Pac-12’s logjam may become clearer.
College Basketball: It’s finals week on most campuses, keeping the schedule fairly quiet until teams hit the road for a Saturday full of top-tier exams in holiday showcases.
College Basketball: With football stepping aside to get ready for bowl season, hoops moves onto center stage – including one near the site of the Pearl Harbor attacks 74 years ago.