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5:30 p.m.

Indiana 61  Wisconsin 56

The Hoosiers were probably dancing anyway, but this guarantees it. A solid win for Mike Davis' club. This is not all that bad a team, despite their inconsistency at times this year. The Big 10 has quietly had a strong year.

Texas A&M 86  Colorado 53

Welcome to the NCAA tournament, Aggies. Have fun in the NIT, Colorado. The Aggies get a rematch with the Horns tomorrow afternoon. Revenge is on my mind.

Kentucky 68  Alabama 61

The Wildcats will be in the Field of 64, as they always are. With Morris back on the team, the `Cats can be dangerous. Not a team to blow off, though they aren't a strong enough offensive team to go too far.

Games I'll be watching tonight:

*Second half of Memphis-Houston. The Tigers currently lead by four at the half; a Houston upset would help the Horns' chances of landing a #1 seed.

*Syracuse-Georgetown, 7:00 CST. A classic rivalry and the alma mater of my girlfriend. Go Hoyas!

*Michigan State Illinois, 8:10 CST. Will Michigan State peak in March once again? Illini could wind up a #2 seed with another win.

*Cal-Oregon, 10:50 CST. I've watched the last two Ducks games late at night with my buddy J.R., an Oregon alum. After upsetting Washington last night, I'm intrigued.

*Long Beach State - UC Irvine, 11:00 CST. Because my Dad needs this. A win puts the `Eaters in the finals, likely against Pacific.