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We saw several exciting games in the Big Ten with Michigan State barely holding on, and Rutgers taking Purdue down to the final minutes. Penn State also beat Ohio State for the third time this year, and Michigan blew past Nebraska to set up a rematch with rival Michigan.
The Metro Atlantic completely collapsed with both Rider and Canisius losing in the quarterfinals. We review that and debate whether or not they should restructure their tournament.
We saw four exciting games in the Missouri Valley, another upset in the Big South as UNC Asheville went down at home to Liberty, and opening round action in the SoCon, West Coast, and Horizon League. We run through all that, update our SURVIVAL BOARD, and end with our nightly Notebook Trivia Question
And for you radio lovers, here is an audio file of the show…
SURVIVAL BOARD NOTES – Click here to view our Survival Board
-CONFERENCE USA – If Rice loses or UTEP wins, Rice out. Otherwise UTEP is out.
-SOUTHLAND – Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Abilene Christian, and McNeese State are in a three way tie for the final spot in the Southland Tournament. If TAMUCC wins, they’re in and the other two are out. If TAMUCC loses and ACU wins, then ACU is in and the other two are out. If TAMUCC and ACU both lose and McNeese wins, McNeese is in and the other two are out. If all three lose, then TAMUCC is in.
IVY LEAGUE – Princeton, Cornell, and Columbia are tied for the final spot in the Ivy League Tournament. If Columbia wins at Harvard, they are in. If Columbia loses and Princeton wins at Yale, then Princeton is in. If both Columbia and Princeton lose and Cornell wins at Dartmouth, then Cornell is in. If all three lose and Brown wins, then Cornell is in. If all three lose and Brown loses, then Columbia is in.
BELOW ARE THE BRACKETS FOR ALL THE CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS THAT ARE IN ACTION TODAY