Florida, UCLA, Dayton and Stanford in action in Memphis

03/27/2014

South Regional PreviewMEMPHIS, TN – The South Regional in Memphis is a contrast of college basketball powerhouses and two underdogs that were supposed to be long gone by now.

In the opening semifinal, 11th-seeded Dayton takes on #10 seed Stanford. The Flyers come in off the back of upset wins over in-state rivals Ohio State and third-seeded Syracuse. Stanford got by New Mexico and then followed that up by knocking off mighty Kansas. In the nightcap, it’ll be top overall seed Florida against UCLA.

Gary Cohen and Will Perdue will have the call from Memphis.

(Listen to a preview of the action from Gary and Will)

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