The Round Of 64 From A(tlantic 10) to Z(ags)
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Between the First Four and the two first full days of wall-to-wall NCAA Tournament action, 36 games have been played. Thirty-six teams have been sent home. Thirty-two teams have advanced. No game has been won on a buzzer beater (although Vander Blue came closest), but several were won by teams that no one expected to succeed. As Cinderellas emerged in certain corners of the bracket, top-seeded teams cruised in others. Amidst it all, Chase Fieler slammed home the alley-oop that put Dunk City, Fla. on the map. From A-Z, here is a rundown of everything you need to know about the madness of March (so far):
Atlantic 10: President Obama believed that the Big Ten was the strongest conference during the year. The selection committee granted the most bids to the Big East. Once the ball was thrown up, however, it was the A-10 that stole the show. Highlighted by No. 13 La Salle's upset win over No. 4 Kansas State (coming after a First Four win), the Atlantic 10 has gone 6-0. VCU an...
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