As Florida head coach Mike White took the dais in the wee hours of Saturday morning those seemed to be the only two words that could perfectly describe what he – and a sell-out crowd at Madison Square Garden – had just seen. Seconds – literally – after Nigel Hayes seemingly landed the knockout blow for Wisconsin with two pure free throws, Chris Chiozza and Florida left the basketball world speechless with a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer. “Zak Showalter hit a tough shot at the end of regulation to send it into overtime,” Chiozza said.
The Latest on the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament (all times Eastern): 7:55 p.m. The Final Four is set. And in an unusual bit of geography, it'll be schools from neighboring states out west (Oregon, Gonzaga) against schools from neighboring states in the east (North Carolina, South Carolina). The national semifinals in Phoenix will feature No. 1 seeds in the Bulldogs and Tar Heels, a No. 3 seed in the Ducks and the surprising 7-seed Gamecocks. The first game Saturday will be South Carolina-Gonzaga, tipping off at 6:09 p.m. EDT. Oregon-North Carolina will follow roughly 40 minutes after the completion of that game. For the Tar Heels, it's a record 20th trip to the Final Four. Meanwhile, it's
The third times the charm for Gonzaga in the Elite Eight.People said theyd never been, so how could they ever go? Well, the 1 seed Gonzaga Bulldogs defeated the 11 seed Xavier Musketeers 83-59 in the West Regional Final Saturday evening, and now the Zags