Nevada looked like its NCAA tournament was going to come to end Sunday in the second round. But after trailing by 22 points in the second half, the Wolf Pack rallied to beat the Cincinnati 75-73 and advance to the Sweet 16. USA Today


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Michigan State fell to Syracuse in the 2018 NCAA Tournament‘s second round on Sunday, March 18, bringing the Spartans’ season to an end writes Kevin Goheen.

Scott Horner writes the NCAA tournament participants have been released, and Purdue and Butler will represent Indiana. Sorry, Notre Dame fans. The Irish missed out.

Dan Murphy writes Purdue center Isaac Haas isn’t ready to give up on his final college season two days after fracturing his elbow in a hard fall during the opening round of the NCAA tournament.

Aaron Beard – Texas A&M’s Robert Williams (44) celebrates after being fouled by North Carolina’s Theo Pinson (1) during the first half of a second-round game in the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, March 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

David M. Hale writes the Aggies dominated North Carolina, winning in the paint and from beyond the arc, and with a forceful 86-65 win, ensured this year’s tournament would end with a new national champion. 


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