Kansas, Wisconsin, OK. State-Oregon, and Wich. State-Indiana in Omaha

03/20/2015

Site Preview OmahaOMAHA, NE – Second-round action in the West and Midwest regions continues today in Omaha, starting with the 2nd-seeded Kansas Jayhawks taking on perennial WAC-power, New Mexico State.  Next up, the 10th-seeded Indiana Hoosiers will do battle with the always-tough Shockers of Wichita State, who appear to be flying under the national radar this March despite a 17-1 record in the Missouri Valley Conference.

Oregon and Oklahoma State will kick off the night session with an eight-nine rematch of a 2013 NCAA Tournament affair.  Closing things out, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers out of the Big South will attempt to make history as the first 16-seed to knock off a top-seed, when they take on Bo Ryan’s Wisconsin Wisconsin.

Kevin Kugler and Will Purdue will have the call from CenturyLink Center on Westwood One Sports.

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

Remember, every game of the tournament streams live right here on WestwoodOneSports.com.

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