Syracuse doesn’t seemed phased by a move to the ACC, but a late season stroll down through Tobacco Road will tell the tale of whether this team is cut out to be 2014 March Madness champions.
Big wins over Louisville and Michigan State have been offset by losses to Belmont and UAB, begging the question, will the real UNC Tar Heels please stand up.
With Jabari Parker anchoring the Blue Devils, Coach K and Duke have yet another chance to enter the 2014 March Madness Tournament as a top-seed.
The Canes are the last undefeated team in a major conference but experience and history are not on their side.
Overtime seemed to be the theme of the weekend: Notre Dame prevails. Michigan falls and the rest of your NCAA scores from February 9-10.
Another week, another upset. For the fifth week in a row the nation’s top team falls after rising to the top.
Indiana downs Michigan, Oklahoma State downs Kansas. It was a Saturday of upsets in the NCAA.
What to make of NC State? They beat Duke and UNC. Lost to Wake Forest and Maryland. Can they pull together a March Madness run?
For Florida State to succeed they need to own North Carolina, which means overcoming teams like UNC, NC State and Duke.
The Tar Heels aren’t their usual self. In a down year when Duke and NC State are atop the ACC, the Tar Heels are settling for underdog status.
Duke is coming off an early and unexpected exit from last year’s NCAA tournament. Can Coach K’s group step up behind Seth Curry and rebound without Miles Plumlee and Austin Rivers?