NCAAB is a step closer to finding a champion, with the Sweet 16 kicking off tonight. There are four games on the schedule, followed by four more tomorrow. The stage is set for some of the hottest basketball action of the year.
Kansas State Takes On Michigan State
The latest victory over Kentucky has improved the Kansas State Wildcats’ record to 25-9 (11-7) for this season. Their success was marked by an impressive 48.1% shooting efficiency, despite a -19 rebound margin.
The most recent match between Michigan State Spartans and Marquette concluded with a 69-60 Spartans win, leaving them with an overall season record of 21-12 (11-8). Michigan State’s field goal percentage was at 44.4, but their three-pointer percentage was only at 12.5%.
There’s a lot to consider for this game, and Sports Intel offers more insight waiting.
Arkansas Ready For UConn
The Arkansas Razorbacks secured a 22-13 record after triumphing over Kansas in the Round of 16, earning a solid comeback during the second half and outscoring the Jayhawks in a close 72-71 victory.
Today, Arkansas will aim for its third Elite 8 appearance while experiencing a promising turnaround. Ricky Council IV’s remarkable performance, including a double-double in Illinois’ triumph and 21 points against KU, secured his position as the Hogs’ leading scorer with an average of 16.1.
Check out whether Council will keep running in Sports Intel’s analysis of the game.
FAU Survives To Face Tennessee
With a 33-3 record and 22-11-1 against the spread (ATS), the FAU Owls head into this game with a lot of momentum. They were victorious at the Conference USA championship and won two NCAA Tournament wins. In the final game facing off against FDU, they earned a victory with a score of 78-70 and aren’t slowing down.
The Owls will now meet the Tennessee Volunteers, who are sitting on a 25-10 record and 18-17 ATS. Questions surround this team, yet they showed their potential during their first two games. Their first game led to a 58-55 victory over Louisiana, followed by a notable win against Duke with a score of 62-55.
It’s time for FAU to show what it’s got, but there’s much more to this game. You can read why on Sports Intel.
Gonzaga’s Back For Business
With 30 victories and five losses behind them, the Gonzaga Bulldogs enter the match with a rather disappointing record of 13-20-1 ATS. Despite performing underwhelmingly in the first two games of the tournament, Gonzaga emerged victorious in both matches.
In the initial round, they defeated Grand Canyon by a score of 82-70 and then managed to pull off an 84-81 win against TCU in the following game.
Find out if Gonzaga will survive this time on Sports Intel.