Publish Date: 03/17/2021
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
Today’s show features the second region being previewed by Kevin and Troy for the NCAA Tournament: The East Region. The B1G is well-represented in this region, as Michigan is the 1-seed, Maryland is the 10-seed and Michigan State can be the 11-seed. That’s right. The Spartans can be the 11-seed. First, though, they must beat UCLA in the play-in game Thursday night.
How can the three B1G teams fare in this region once it all begins this coming weekend? How impactful is the Isaiah Livers injury? When will he be back for the Wolverines? If he doesn’t return, how far can Juwan Howard’s group go in their first ever tournament together?
All of that, as well as the firings of Indiana’s Archie Miller and Minnesota’s Richard Pitino get discussed during today’s show from the youngster and old man.
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