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Sixty-six of the 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament are now sitting at home on the sidelines, and the only two teams that are left to fight it out for all of the marbles are the Michigan Wolverines and the Louisville Cardinals.
Through the first five rounds of this year’s NCAA Tournament one of the biggest story lines has been Wichita State. It started things off with an impressive 73-55 romp over Pittsburgh as a four-point underdog but this team was just getting started. Next, the Shockers took out No.1 seed Gonzaga 76-70 as 6.5-point underdogs before advancing to the Elite 8 with a 72-58 rout of La Salle as 4.5-point favorites.
The Midwest Region has played out exactly the way you would have expected with the top two seeds meeting for a trip to the Final Four. While there were some minor upsets in this bracket throughout the first couple rounds, the Duke Blue Devils and the Louisville Cardinals beat back all opponents to form what is a terrific Elite Eight matchup. Coach K and the Blue Devils against Rick Pitino and the Cardinals.
The most underseeded team in the NCAA Tournament was probably the Oregon Ducks, and they have proven it with two comfortable wins over high quality opponents. The Louisville Cardinals are the top overall seed in this year’s NCAA Tournament, and they haven’t been tested yet in this tournament. Louisville will be playing close to home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Can Oregon stun the basketball world or will Louisville move on?
The Louisville Cardinals take to the court for the first time in college basketball betting action here at the Big East Tournament, and they’ll take on the Villanova Wildcats in the third of the four quarterfinals games on Thursday night.
The Louisville Cardinals and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish played to an epic five-overtime thriller in South Bend when they met the first time this year. Now, the two are back at it in college basketball betting action on Saturday at KFC Yum! Arena.
The Louisville Cardinals travel to New Jersey Wednesday night to take on the Pirates of Seton Hall. It’s an early Big East matchup where Louisville wants to show just how good they are and Seton Hall wants to prove they can battle and beat the highly ranked Cardinals.
The Big East has always been considered one of the major conferences in college football, but its recent past has not always lived up to this billing. It has not been in the national title picture since Miami was still …
The Big East in NCAA men’s basketball remains the most competitive conference in Division I as there are currently eight teams ranked in the top 25 in the latest Coaches Poll and three other teams; West Virginia, Cincinnati, and Marquette …