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March Madness Elite Eight

March Madness Elite Eight

Now that we’re down to the elite eight in the NCCA tournament, who will make it to the National Championship? So, let’s take a look at the teams remaining.

March Madness

When the games started earlier in the month; there were 68 teams. Be sure to visit our March Madness Tournament 2018 post to read more about this basketball tournament. Since many considered Virginia as one of the best teams, they were upset earlier by Maryland Baltimore County. Indeed, many expected Virginia to go far in the tournament. However, as we know there are always upsets in sports and this was no exception.

NCAA Tournament – Elite Eight

With so many top teams now out of the NCAA tournament; let’s take a look at the teams remaining. So, after two rounds of March Madness, yesterday’s games were the number 11 team, Loyola-Chicago v the number 9 team, Kansas State. In case, you missed that game, Chicago beat Kansas State with a score of 78 – 62. And, in the second game, the number 3 team, Michigan beat the number 9 team, Florida state in a close game with the score 58 – 54.

Sunday, March 25 – Elite Eight

Meanwhile, today’s schedule is as follow:

  • At 2:20 p.m. on CBS – you can see the number one team, Villanova play the number three Texas Tech
  • Also, following the first game you can see the number one team, Kansas play the number 2 Duke at 5:05 p.m. on CBS

Consequently, after today’s game the remainder of the NCAA Tournament’s Final Four schedule is as follows:

  • At 6:00 p.m. will be the Elite Eight Winners (TBA)
  • At 8:30 p.m. will be the Elite Eight Winners (TBA)

In summary, the National Championship game will conclude on Monday, April 2nd.

March Madness Elite Eight Conclusion

No doubt, March Madness has contributed to plenty of madness and upsets in many of these games already. Who do you think will win today’s game? Furthermore, who do you expect to be in the Final Four?

As always, I welcome your comments.

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