We’re being told this is a classic tournament, with juggernauts about to collide like meteors over Texas, and a classic Final Four in store for us. Depends on your view of classic. Does an Arizona – Florida Finals sound unprecedented? Is that must-see TV?
Andrew Harrison scored 20 points, twin brother Aaron had 19 and Kentucky ended Wichita State’s pursuit of perfection Sunday when Fred VanVleet’s potential game-winning 3-pointer missed in a 78-76 victory in the NCAA tournament.
DaNesha Stallworth scored 18 points and Jennifer O’Neill added nine of her 12 points in the second half to lead second-seed Kentucky to a 61-41 win over 15th-seeded Navy on Sunday in the opening round of the NCAA women’s tournament.
Kentucky coach John Calipari says he’ll be looking for a working rotation in the season opener against Maryland on Friday night.
The Birds will hope Wei-Yin Chen can snap the 5-game skid when he faces the Rays Friday night.
The Birds’ loss Monday night dropped them back into a tie with the Tampa Bay Rays for first place in the AL East. It also was the 4th straight loss at home to the Yankees this season.
Kentucky’s 8th National Championship certainly wasn’t without some bad news. Small fires burned, dozens were arrested and even one man was wounded by gunfire.
Gary Williams joins The Haynie and Zinno Show to break down the championship matchup tonight in The Big Easy.
Lenn Robbins is a sportswriter for the New York Post. He joins Vinny and Rob to talk about tonight’s NCAA National Championship.
Former Division 1 Men’s basketball coach Pat Kennedy has taken three different teams to the tournament. The former Towson coach joined The Norris & Davis Show live from The Final 4 in New Orleans. He talked about Monday’s championship game and the NCAA convention.
Joe Lunardi, ESPN Bracketologist, joined The Scott Garceau Show and broke down the bracket with Scott and Jeremy, and gave us his thoughts on the final four.
You know the drill. When you look at the NCAA Men’s Tournament bracket, you’re always looking for this year’s Cinderella. Often, you’re blessed with more than one mid-major team that comes from nowhere to the Sweet 16 and beyond.