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2018 NCAA Tournament: Two Number 1 Seeds Left Look to Advance Tonight

Villanova and Kansas are the two remaining number 1 seeds left in this year’s tournament.

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March Madness resumed last night and the madness continued as three of last night’s four winners were the lower-seeded teams. The highest seed left is South and West regions is 3-seed Michigan, whom UCLA went into overtime against on the road.

After Loyola-Chicago defeated Nevada, Ramblers head coach Mark Moser now has more Elite Eight appearances than Steve Alford in nine fewer seasons.

In the other two games yesterday, Kansas State and Florida State also advanced.

Today, Kansas starts off the day with a game against 5-seed Clemson at 4:07 pm PT while Villanova tips off against 5-seed West Virginia twenty minutes later. The Villanova game will likely be the best game today as both Jay Wright and Bob Huggins should have both teams well-prepared.

The third game of the night will feature 2-seed Duke against 11-seed Syracuse while 2-seed Purdue faces 3-seed Texas Tech in the final game today.

Here are all the details for tonight’s action:

2018 NCAA Tournament, Sweet 16, Day 2

Game Site Network Approx. Tip Time (PT) Commentators
Game Site Network Approx. Tip Time (PT) Commentators
Clemson vs. Kansas Omaha CBS 4:07 PM Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson
West Virginia vs. Villanova Boston TBS 4:27 PM Ian Eagle / Jim Spanarkel // Allie LaForce
Syracuse vs. Duke Omaha CBS 6:37 PM Jim Nantz / Grant Hill / Bill Raftery // Tracy Wolfson
Texas Tech vs. Purdue Boston TBS 6:57 PM Ian Eagle / Jim Spanarkel // Allie LaForce

Just a few more important pieces of info for you in case you are watching online. You can use four different ways to catch games online:

This is your NCAA Tournament, Sweet 16, Day 2 open thread.


Go Bruins. Fire Alford.