Wichita State, one of the four regional No. 1 seeds and the only team that was undefeated this season, is undefeated no more. The Shockers were sent home Sunday by Kentucky.
And On The Women’s Side:
There have been fewer upsets so far in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship tournament. The four No. 1 regional seeds — Connecticut, Notre Dame, South Carolina and Tennessee — all advanced over the weekend. So did the four No. 2 seeds — Duke, Baylor, Stanford and West Virginia.
Women’s play continues Monday and Tuesday. Click here to see that tournament’s brackets.
So with the “Sweet 16” now set, it’s time for everyone to regroup. Maybe the team you picked to win it all is still in the tournament. Michigan State and defending champions Louisville, for instance, were popular picks before the tournament began and they’re still playing. So are three of the regional No. 1 seeds: Florida, Arizona and Virginia. What’s more, Kentucky was a preseason favorite of many fans to end up with the trophy, and the Wildcats seem to be playing some of their best basketball right now.
Give us your pick from among the 16 teams that are left. If you want to see the brackets so that you know the matchups for the next round of games, click here. Play resumes on Thursday.