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Final Four questions facing Wichita State.
BEST OF MAXIM
Wichita State men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall captivated fans around the country this March with his pre-game and halftime speeches, in which he repeatedly told his team that it was good enough to beat anyone in the country, if it played well. Marshall almost pulled off the improbable, taking his 9th-seeded Shockers all the way to the Final Four, and just one play away from...
IT'S BEEN FUN
Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall took out a full-page newspaper ad thanking the fans after the team's Final Four loss to Louisville.
Here's a look at the controversial jump ball call at the end of the Louisville vs Wichita State Final Four game.
Louisville had overcome a 12-point deficit against Wichita State, but a questionable call in the final 10 seconds helped seal the Cardinals' win in...
Quick: name two players on the Wichita State Shockers, the No. 9 seed who will look to upset Louisville at the Final Four i…
Louisville and Wichita State endured gut-checks in the form of three-game losing streaks earlier this season. Until the Final Four, that’s one of...
Can Wichita State pull shocker against Louisville?
Three things to point out.
1- The refs weren’t very good.
2- It was a bad call
3- The possession arrow should be abolished.
Similar to the knee down rule in College Football, it just doesn’t make sense to have anymore. It cost Wichita State an opportunity to tie the game.
As you can see from this gif provided by Larry Brown Sports and SB Nation, the refs called it entirely too...
No one expected Wichita State to make it past Gonzaga in the first round, but there’s a reason they’re call…
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Wichita State, playing in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Final Four® this weekend in Atlanta, will join Brigham Young, DePaul and Texas at Sprint Center for the championship rounds of the 2013 CBE Hall of Fame Classic November 25 and 26.The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced the field today.