Publish Date: 03/15/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
The NCAA Tournament is right around the corner and Kevin and Troy talk all about it from a Big Ten perspective (including Penn, a No. 16-seed playing No. 1-seeded Kansas in the first-round). The youngster and old man start the show off by talking about the two Big Ten teams in the NIT – Penn State and Nebraska. After that, it’s all about the NCAA Tournament.
The duo go over the four Big Ten teams that made the tournament and talk about not just their first-round matchups, but who those teams could play in the rounds to follow. Stay tuned throughout to hear about each of the four teams as the youngster and old man talk more in-depth about these teams than probably ever before due to just four from the conference being in the field of 68.
How far can Purdue, Michigan State and Michigan go? Could they all win the whole thing? What are the Vegas odds that each of those teams win the NCAA Tournament? Will Ohio State lose its first game in the tournament in what will be a popular No. 12 over No. 5 upset pick? The duo discuss that and more on this week’s show.
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