Wichita St.’s Gregg Marshall on his team’s run to the Elite Eight

03/30/2013

Carl HallLOS ANGELES – Pardon the obvious play on words, but how about the shocking run of Wichita St. to the Elite Eight?

The Shockers finished runners up to Creighton in the Missouri Valley Conference in both the regular season and in the conference tournament – but they’ve turned it on at the right time to reach the final eight of the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1981.

Standing in the way of Wichita St.’s second Final Four trip in school history and first since 1965? An Ohio St. team that advanced at this stage last season.

Ahead of the game, Wayne Larrivee caught up with Shockers head coach Gregg Marshall.

(Listen to Coach Marshall’s interview with Wayne Larrivee)

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