Michigan State will face Louisville in the Elite Eight after beating Oklahoma 62-58.
All of the betting lines and TV channel information for Friday's Sweet 16 games in the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said forward Matt Costello has been battling tendinitis in his knee, but the issue is not serious.
The only regional with both the No. 1 and 2 seeds already out should be fun to watch with NC State, Louisville, Oklahoma and Michigan State all with a chance to advance to the Final Four.
All but one of the potential first-team All-Americans this year (D'Angelo Russell) have made the regional semifinals, including our presumptive national player of the year candidates. So there's obviously a ton of talent left. But who is the best? I've gone ahead and ranked the starters from all of the remaining teams No. 1 through No. 80.
Kentucky, Arizona, Duke and Wisconsin have been given the best odds to win the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
Tom Izzo and his staff developed a new defensive game plan in two days and taught it to the Spartans to prepare for Virginia.
With the first weekend behind us, the annual act of re-ranking the teams remaining in the field must be done.
The ACC placed five schools in the Sweet 16. No other league has more than three. The Big 12 only has two -- West Virginia and Oklahoma.
After Louisville lost Chris Jones last month, it looked the Cards' season was about to go up in smoke. That hasn't happened. This team is now one of 16 left playing. Impressive.

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