After getting blown out on Friday, Florida Gulf Coast bounced back on Tuesday morning with a win over Hartford.
After FGCU said farewell to Andy Enfield, the Eagles look to Kansas assistant Joe Dooley as his successor.
With a run now through that will go down as one of the most blessed and unexpected in tourney history, I wanted to get an idea of what it meant to the players at Florida Gulf Coast. Every single one of them. These memories will change and enhance and grow glow as these guys get older. What they think back on five, 10, 20 years from now will in some ways never change and in other ways be altered.
FGCU earned the right to be taken seriously by the Florida Gators, and the Gators obliged with a businesslike 62-50 rout.
Doc Rivers has known Brett Comer since he was 10 years old, so nothing the Florida Gulf Coast point guard does is much of a shock. Especially those crazy lob passes that have garnered so much attention.
A top seed was tested, the A-10 remained perfect, Doug McDermott advanced to a matchup with Duke and the West Regional has been dismantled with upsets. However, it was a Florida Gulf Coast team that stole the day with a win over No. 2 Georgetown.
Andy Enfield's first coaching job was in the NBA, first startup company became worth $100 million and first wife (and last, if he's smart) is a model. Dude really has lived the life. And it got better Friday with the upset of this NCAA tournament.

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