(4) Michigan vs. (13) Ohio: Midwest Region
(2) Duke vs. (15) Lehigh: South Region
(2) Missouri vs. (15) Norfolk State: West Region
(3) Georgetown vs. (14) Belmont: Midwest Region
3) Florida State vs. (14) St. Bonaventure: East Region
(7) Florida vs. (10) Virginia: West Region
For all the talk about how unwatchable the First Four games in Dayton would be, how it's not "part of the tournament', Tuesday turned out to be an exciting and historical day. Both games featured thrilling comebacks, with Western Kentucky and BYU now headed to Louisville for games against Kentucky and Marquette respectively. In attendance for some of the action were President Barack Obama and David Cameron, who as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom was the president's guest in Dayton.
Recently CHN writer Jon Teitel was able to spend some time with Long Beach State forward T.J. Robinson, currently the all-time leading rebounder in Big West history. Robinson and the 49ers are the 12-seed in the West Region, where they will begin play on Thursday against 5-seed New Mexico.
Recently CHN writer Jon Teitel caught up with Southern Miss guard LaShay Page as part of his NCAA tournament interview series. Page, who 11.5 points and 3.3 rebounds per game for the Golden Eagles, who take on Kansas State in an 8/9 game in the East Region on Thursday.
Jon Teitel: Coach Larry Eustachy was recently named Conference USA Coach of the Year. What makes him such a great coach, and what is the most important thing you ever learned from him?
(6) San Diego State vs. (11) North Carolina State: Midwest Region
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