Can never expect Elite 8 without an issue. Too many things can happen.
We'll be good enough to make it, but plenty of teams are good enough to get there. Actually doing it is extremely difficult.
Well UK has made 7 of the last 9 and Florida has made 4 straight.
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In my opinion, Niang plays, Iowa State is heading to the Final Four. Our team played amazing, but I watched enough. cyclone basketball to see a team that was getting better and more confident every game. It's a shame, but as a husky fan, I can't be too unhappy. The stars aligned with him injured and MSG being the venue. I don't think it is an excuse, but even though we'll never know, the Big 12 champ was a team I saw that could handle a team beaten by SMU twice and Louisville 3 times.
I am a big fan of Cyclone hoops, the mayor and of course, dating myself, Jeff Hornacek.
Root for us to beat the Spartans as our programs, basketball and football have a lot in common.
Congrats on a great season.
Good stuff and I agree that with Niang we likely win that game. He would have pulled your shot blocker out of the paint and onto the perimeter. Melvin and DeAndre wouldn't have missed so many bunnies due to him guarding the rim. Oh well that's just how it works sometime.
Congrats on the Final 4, I'm rooting for you guys.
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