Is anyone still reading this? Just checking! I haven't been getting many comments on these lately, so I hope they are still relevant to people.
Talk about an exciting night. I don't think any of the upsets happened that I thought would, but one of them was pretty close. Check out that Butler/Seton Hall game. I told you it was going to be good. Butler was so close to pulling off the upset on the road! This is why I love college basketball!
The Syracuse/Louisville game wasn't anywhere near as close as I thought it would be. Even though they are only ranked 11 in the country, I wouldn't be surprised to see Louisville as a #2 seed in the tournament. Barring any massive break downs of course.
Two huge upsets to talk about. Check out that Auburn/Georgia score. It wasn't even close towards the end. I don't personally have anything against Auburn, but I do love a good upset.
Speaking of good upsets. Look at that Duke/North Carolina State score! Way to show the Blue Devils who owns your house Wolfpack! I wish I could have watched that game. I personally can't stand Duke and any chance to see them get decimated is a great thing! Absolutely fantastic!
Six top 25 games happening tonight. Somehow Ohio State clawed their way back into the top 25. Who would have guessed. Personally, I hope that Iowa shows them they really don't belong there.
Oregon at Arizona State could be a good game. The Sun Devils were looking pretty good early in the season and at 17-8 they don't have a horrible record concerning how things have been going for pretty much every team this year. That game could be an upset in the making.
The USC/Colorado game might be one to watch as well.
Personally, I will probably be keeping an eye on unranked Michigan State vs. Nebraska. The Spartans really need to pick up a win to keep their hopes alive at this point. If they don't put together some kind of run they probably won't even make the tournament. That would be a pretty sad day.