Found March 23, 2014 on College Spun:
Will Hoiberg keep dancing? Shabazz Napier vs. DeAndre Kane? Yes please. They say that great guard play is essential to making a deep run into March. Well, both of these squads have it. UConn knocked off St. Joe’s in overtime, then outlasted 2-seed Villanova to punch its ticket for the Sweet 16. Iowa State took down North Carolina Central with ease before mounting an incredible comeback down the stretch to beat UNC in one of the more controversial finishes of the tournament. Which squad will be moving on to the Elite Eight? Be sure to click here for more on Iowa State and UConn. Also, check out our printable bracket here. Date: Friday, March 28, 2014 Time:  TBD TV Channel: CBS Location: Madison Square Garden (New York, NY) Announcers: TBD Opening Betting Line: TBD via Odds Shark Prediction: In their second round matchup with NC Central, the Cyclones lost star forward Georges Niang for the season with a broken foot. His presence against guard-heavy UConn could have made a huge differe...
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