Yale is making just its second NCAA Tournament appearance since 1962.
The 14th-seeded Bulldogs enter Thursday’s contest winners of their last three games, including a 97-85 victory over Harvard in the Ivy League Conference final Sunday.
No. 3 LSU finished the regular season with the best record in the SEC, but could face problems without their head coach. Will Wade reportedly was caught on a wiretap recently discussing a pay-for-play scheme regarding freshman Javonte Smart.
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