When Maryland needed it most, a handful of clutch performances by less-heralded players lifted the Terps to a win over Valpo in the Round of 64. Here are 5 things to know.
In the end a win is all that matters in the NCAA Tournament, and Virginia had the epitome of a 'survive and advance' game. The No. 2 seed Cavaliers beat the No.
Mark Turgeon gave Dez Wells a second chance, so when the coach needed a bedrock player for the program's future, Wells returned the favor.
Georgetown's offense is consistently inconsistent. Though defensively stingy, leaks spring up. Both ends flourished in Thursday's 84-74 NCAA Tournament round of 64 win over Eastern Washington.
For stretches of the regular season, Virginia looked like one of the best teams in the country.