KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As a general rule, Eric Sexton prefers to keep his two left feet to himself. Still, when you just took down Gonzaga, he figured, what the heck? You dance like nobody's watching.
Except that, um, everybody is watching, as Sexton discovered Saturday night. Before long, his smart phone started quaking like the San Andreas Fault. Sixty texts. Ding, ding, ding, ding
"(They're) about, Are you kidding me, son? Stop doing that,'" Wichita State's athletic director chuckles when asked about the impromptu postgame conga line that formed in Salt Lake City after the Shockers took out the top-seeded Zags and advanced to the NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16. "Why be a stick in the mud? If you can't beat them, join them. It was the time to embrace the moment."
And what a moment. As of late Monday afternoon, more than half of the Shockers' allotment of roughly 1,300 tickets to the regionals at Staples Center had already been sold. Wichita is one of four Cinderellas 15 seed Florida...