Mar 22, 2013, 8:00 AM EDT
Day two of the madness is here. Today’s Mix is light because you need to be rested and ready to go for another full day of hoops. Do a quick prep session prior to tip-off, then sit back and enjoy the hoops.
Enjoy the madness.
Read of the Day:
Davidson’s season came to an unexpected end thanks to six awful seconds. Read this. (Yahoo Sports)
Observations & Insight:
– The best pictures from day one of March Madness. (College Basketball Talk)
- The best .GIFs from day one of March Madness. (College Hoops Journal)
- Gary Parrish recaps Thursday. Some people might tell you yesterday wasn’t awesome. Those people are wrong. (Eye on College Basketball)
- The Friday nightcap pits the two hottest coaching seats in the tournament, with Minnesota’s Tubby Smith going up against UCLA’s Ben Howland. (Pioneer Press)
- A No.16-seed has never beaten a No.1-seed, but Southern got pretty close yesterday. (Sporting News)
- Texas-native Andre Roberson has a chance to send a statement to the local schools that didn’t recruit him as the Colorado Buffaloes head to Austin for a second round match-up with Illinois. (Star-Telegram)
- In case you didn’t already know, Memphis’ D.J. Stephens is really good at dunking. (The Dagger)
- Ole Miss is going to spend $6-million on a new basketball venue. (Clarion Ledger)
Picture of the Day:
Seth Davis thought Montana would beat Syracuse. The Orange won by 47. (Syracuse Post-Standard)
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