Transcript for NCAA Men’s Sweet 16: What to know
- March Madness is back on the court tonight. For the men, it's the Sweet 16 in action. You got a preview for us, Will?
- Yes, I do. Good morning, Robin. We had a little breather, but now it is time to strap in again for the Sweet 16. This whole tournament has been chaos-- upsets and drama everywhere you look, two number one seeds out before the second weekend, including defending champions Kansas. So we'll have a new champ this year.
We'll get to the Cinderellas in a moment. But first four games tonight, including the heavyweight bout-- two seed UCLA against three seed Gonzaga, the Bruins looking for revenge two years after Jalen Suggs hit that buzzer beater from the logo in OT to send the Zags to the national championship game.
All right, Cinderella-- how about Florida Atlantic, the nine seed, in the tournament for the first time since 2002? They're in their first Sweet 16 ever. Don't count them out against Tennessee.
Michigan State also in action tonight-- Tom Izzo, he's Mr. March. He's in his 15th Sweet 16. He's the only coach remaining who's got a title-- the Spartans facing Kansas State and Keyontae Johnson, who, just two years ago, while playing for Florida, collapsed on the court. He nearly died. He's back, and now he's one of the stars for the Wildcats, who are looking to make some noise. This whole thing is wide open.
Of the 16 teams left, since the tournament expanded in 1985, only 12 of them have made the Elite Eight. Only seven have made the Final Four. So we could have a big surprise here.
As for the women, their Sweet 16 tips off tomorrow night. So much basketball, so much--
- Plenty of upsets in that one, too.
- Oh, right.
- OK. As always, Will, thank you.
-You got it.
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