Wichita State has proven at this point that the committee didn't take them seriously enough. That much is clear following the Shockers first two games in the NCAA Tournament.
The NCAA Tournament kicked off in earnest on Tuesday. What do you need to know about what went down? We've got you covered here at CBS. Here are the three things to know going into Wednesday's action.
Fred VanVleet was not going to let anything end his college career on Tuesday night. Not even a stray elbow that caused a gushing bleed above his eye.
Wichita State is going to have to wait eight days to find out if it reaches the NCAA Tournament. And given the Shockers' resume, those eight days could be the longest of their players' lives.
Wichita State has won 11 straight games to open a three-game lead in the MVC standings. The Shockers are ranked 20th in the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one).
The road to another undefeated Missouri Valley season is on in earnest for No. 22 Wichita State.
Fred VanVleet is fully healthy, which means it's time to stop worrying about Wichita State. The Shockers picked up a huge win on Tuesday night, defeating fellow Missouri Valley Conference contender Evansville 67-64
Wichita State's NCAA tournament chances may rely on winning the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Wichita State finally has Fred VanVleet and Ron Baker on the floor at the same time and it means the Shockers look like a team ready to contend nationally again.
On Sunday morning, Wichita State fell to 2-4. When will Fred VanVleet be back?

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