Kansas Jayhawks hope history is on their side at NCAA tournament

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But fans weren't fading the Buckeyes almost as much as he thinks - more than three-fourths picked Ohio State to win in the first round, better backing than fellow No. 5 seed Clemson.

Two No. 1 seeds play Thursday: Kansas in the Midwest Region and Villanova in the East Region. Before that, Self went to the tournament twice with Tulsa and three times with IL.

Let's get one thing straight: I love watching and writing about high school athletes.

March Madness Live is available on 16 different platforms this year - the most in the eight-year history of the product. "There's always a 14 seed making it all the way to the elite 8 or the sweet 16 or something like that".

SportsLine.com simulated every NCAA Tournament game 10,000 times, and came up with at least one big upset: No. 14 seed Stephen A. Austin beating No. 3 Texas Tech. KU would advance but lose to Virginia in the title game.

Duke beat Wisconsin for the 2015 championship, the only other title game matchup of No. 1 seeds since the Jayhawks' overtime win over Memphis in 2008. "Throughout the whole year, we've gotten better to right now we're the best that we have been all year". If you asked me to name three players for the Cincinnati Reds, I could probably give you Joey Votto and that's about it. That'd be bad news for KU fans.

D'Antoni said he lost some close friends and a mentor in Dr.

"[First], I usually pick my favorite team, which is Duke".

This year, the digital sports industry has also seen a groundswell of support for Connected TV devices and the products designed for them.

The first real test for the Wildcats won't come until they meet Purdue University in the Elite Eight, but even then, I wouldn't be too anxious.

A 27-point loss to Gonzaga and losses to the Pennsylvania State University concern me.

Hurley bracket: The Hurley brothers both have their teams in the NCAA tournament.

Ken Pomeroy shows Penn having an 11.2 percent chance of becoming the first 16th-seeded team to win.

Syracuse, St. Bonaventure, Texas Southern and Radford won their way into the round of 64 by winning First Four games in Dayton, Ohio.

Here are four teams perfectly poised to upend your colleagues' lame all-chalk brackets. Kentucky has played better of late, winning the Southeastern Conference tournament, but No. 12 Davidson is perfectly poised to sneak up on No. 5 Kentucky and deliver the mythical 5-12 upset that so many brackets rely on. This marks the first day of Second Round action - technically the first round is the First Four play-in games that take place Tuesday and Wednesday. The first was the afternoon thriller when Donte Ingram last-second 3-pointer propelled 11-seed Loyola Chicago over 6-seed Miami provided the first upset of the tournament.

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