Since Sunday, you’ve been bombarded with the term “Braketology,” as experts tried to tell you who would advance in the NCAA Tournament. But who did you pick when you were alone in the semi-privacy of your own cubicle? If you are anything like the CBS TV and radio hosts you love Stanford, but aren’t a big fan of number one seeds.
Cal Poly won its first ever NCAA Tournament game, setting up a Friday date with unbeaten and top seeded Wichita State.
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Cal Poly, the winner of the Big West conference title despite a 13-19 record, won a play-in spot in the NCAA tournament and will face Texas Southern Tuesday.
The Cardinal earned the 10th seed in the South Region and will open tournament play Friday in St. Louis against 7-seed New Mexico.
Avry Holmes scored 19 points as third-seeded San Francisco held on to beat No. 6 seed San Diego 69-60 in the quarterfinals of the West Coast Conference tournament on Saturday.
Dwight Powell made a go-ahead free throw with 36.1 seconds remaining after Stanford missed seven consecutive from the line late, and the Cardinal held on to beat Utah 61-60 on Saturday.
Justin Cobbs made a pair of free throws with 20.8 seconds left in overtime, and California kept alive its slim NCAA tournament hopes with a 66-65 win over Colorado on Saturday.
Fifth-ranked Stanford could come back to Pauley Pavilion next month for the NCAA tournament, and that would be fine with Chiney Ogwumike.
Reshanda Gray scored 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead No. 18 California past USC 76-67 on Sunday.