NCAA Tournament Bracket Proves VCU Is the Real Deal As Final Eight Teams Remain

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March 26, 2011

NCAA Tournament Bracket Proves VCU Is the Real Deal As Final Eight Teams Remain Does anyone have Virginia Commonwealth in their Elite Eight? Anyone?

The Rams continued to prove that they like to dance, as they continued on their incredible quest through the NCAA Tournament. VCU went down to the wire in their Sweet 16 matchup against Florida State, but a clutch layup by Bradford Burgess sealed the 72-71 victory in overtime.

In another final-second thriller, Kentucky came away with their first tournament victory over Ohio State, bouncing the third No. 1 seed from the bracket. The only top seed that now remains is Kansas, who handily defeated Richmond in the earlier set of games on Friday.

The final team heading to the Elite Eight is North Carolina, a team that also cruised to a 81-63 victory over Marquette.

Keep up with all the tournament updates with NESN.com’s printable bracket.

NCAA Tournament Bracket Proves VCU Is the Real Deal As Final Eight Teams Remain

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