Found March 23, 2013 on FatManWriting:
PLAYERS: Cody Zeller
TEAMS: Indiana Hoosiers
Next to Louisville, the Hoosiers are the most popular pick to win it all. On a day when upsets seemed to be the norm, Cody Zeller and the rest of the Indiana team showed why they were ranked No. 1 in the nation for most of the season, and why so many people think they will win it all. And a decent James Madison team just so happened to get in the way. No matter. Zeller was more than happy to show JMU that the Hoosiers are not going to go quietly (if they go at all...). Indiana easily won this one 83-62. Next up--Temple. [BigLeadSports]
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