Perennial powers on the one hand, bloodthirsty underdogs on the other. Let’s go.
If you ever screw up, call Chuck.
“A COLD-BLOODED THREE.” Indeed, Kevin Harlan.
One surprise of this year’s tournament has been a bunch of goofy white dudes who can get up and throw it down.
The president jumps out in front against his Republican rival, but DC hoops bragging rights are still up for grabs.
Jeff Withey may be one of the biggest guys in the tournament, but he’s not all height. Dude can ball.
Florida Gulf Coast: accredited since 1997, Sweet 16-worthy since 2013!
And, as shown when it became the first 15-seed to ever reach the Sweet 16, Florida Gulf Coast is pretty damn good at basketball.
Aaron Craft does it on both ends of the floor, including earning a questionable-at-best charging call, to help Ohio State beat Iowa State.
Sure, Harvard’s kids were something. But Iowa State’s band, and their ridiculous chants, are next-level goofy.
Jake White is faster than any of us.
Colorado State gets crushed by Louisville, and Justin Stank is not enjoying himself anymore.
They sure don’t teach this in practice.
Beanie don’t lie. The elder Hardaway approves.
VCU’s Briante Weber fall down, go boom.
Florida Gulf Coast was founded in 1991. They’re a 15-seed. And they just beat Georgetown.
All of these are 100% true — and MIND-BLOWING.
Seeing a pro athlete give in to this kind of fandom is awesome.
In getting its first NCAA tournament win in program history, Harvard also carried out a basketball version of Revenge of the Nerds.
Or is announcer Ian Eagle just losing his mind?
Top-seed Louisville blew out their opponent, 16-seed North Carolina A&T. Doesn’t mean everything went right.
Memphis survived an upset bid from St. Mary’s. And boy, did they look relieved.