Dick Vitale makes his predictions for Saturday's two Final Four games, breaking down Louisville vs. Kentucky and Kansas vs. Ohio State.
After a Hall of Fame selection and a second national championship, Rick Pitino's status among the greatest college basketball coaches is secure.
Very few people predicted these four teams would reach Atlanta, but Louisville, Michigan, Syracuse and Wichita State proved themselves as the field of 68 was cut to four.
Louisville was Dick Vitale's pick to win it all at the start of the season and on Selection Sunday, and the Cardinals look like they're well on their way to cutting down the nets.
Louisville is the NCAA tournament's No. 1 overall seed, but the selection committee did the Cardinals no favors in placing them atop the Midwest Region, the toughest in this year's bracket.
Selection Sunday is like Christmas in March, and with the field of 68 set, college hoops fans should be prepared for a great NCAA tournament.
With Selection Sunday upon us, Dick Vitale uses his VBDI (Vitale Bald Dome Index) to project the 2013 field of 68.
Dick Vitale says the South Region is the toughest in the bracket and will be a challenge for No. 1 seed Kentucky.
With Selection Sunday upon us, Dick Vitale uses his VBDI (Vitale Bald Dome Index) to project the 2012 field of 68.
With the clock ticking down to Selection Sunday, Dick Vitale takes an updated look at the bubble, and which teams from which conferences are solidly in the field of 68.
With the clock ticking down to Selection Sunday, Dick Vitale takes a look at the bubble, and which teams from which conferences are solidly in the field of 68.
Dick Vitale says two of the top four seeds for the NCAA Tournament are locked up, but the other two are up for grabs.