Les Miles hopes to defend his Final Four in the Bracket ChallengeGraham WatsonDr. SaturdayMarch 24, 2013 There were many opportunities for LSU coach Les Miles and Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy to make up some ground on Louisiana Tech’s Skip Holtz, but the exact opposite happened. Holtz had a stellar day as he only missed on Arizona and Wichita State, two teams he didn’t have in the second (third) round anyway, to take a six point lead over Miles and a seven point lead over Gundy. Gundy and Holtz both had Gonzaga going to the Sweet 16, but only Les Miles had the Zags going to the Elite Eight. However, going into today, Miles is still the only coach with his entire Final Four intact. Here’s how the coaches did yesterday: Skip Holtz Correct: Michigan State, Louisville, Oregon, Michigan, Marquette, Syracuse Incorrect: Arizona, Wichita State Total points: 36 Les Miles Correct: Michigan State, Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse Incorrect: Oregon, Arizona, Wichita State, Butler Total points: 30 Mike Gundy Correct: Michigan State, Louisville, Marquette, Syracuse Incorrect: Oregon, Arizona, Wichita State, Michigan Total Points: 29 In the second round, each game is worth two points so despite the lead, no one is out of the game, especially Miles who can make up some ground if Ohio State, Indiana and Florida all survive Sunday. Here are the picks for Sunday. If the coach does have a team in the mix, it’s noted with the word “OUT” - - - Want to join the conversation? Hit us up on Twitter @YahooDrSaturday and be sure to "Like" Dr. Saturday on Facebook for football conversations and stuff you won't see on the blog.