Oh, sure the basketball has been fine; lots of lower seeds surprising a mediocre field -- fun to watch for sure. However, the best thing about the tournament so far is this commercial for Capital One (with honorable mention going to one from Buffalo Wild Wings).
The 2016 NCAA men’s basketball tournament field of 68 was announced Sunday evening. While college students around the country rejoiced and planned epic road trips to see their teams in action, you may have been gripped by anxiety: your 2016 NCAA Tournament bracket for your office pool is due soon.
Tyus Jones scored 19 of his 23 points in the second half, and Duke rallied from a nine-point deficit to beat Wisconsin, 68-63, in the NCAA men’s basketball national championship game in Indianapolis on Monday night.
Top seeds Kentucky and Wisconsin won their respective regional finals on Saturday to return to the Final Four for the second consecutive year. Here’s a recap of the day’s action:
Sixteen men’s college basketball teams remain hopeful of making the 2015 Final Four in Indianapolis. Regional semifinals are set for Thursday and Friday, with the winners playing in the regional finals on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. Here’s a preview of the Sweet 16 matchups.