Can the No. 3-seeded Texas Tech Red Raiders make their first-ever NCAA Championship Game in school history?
Texas Tech sports the No. 1-ranked defense in college basketball and enters Saturday’s contest against the No. 2-seeded Michigan State Spartans with victories over No. 14-seed Northern Kentucky, No. 6 seed Buffalo, No. 2 seed Michigan and top-seeded Gonzaga.
Michigan State is coming off of an exciting one-point win over the top-seeded Duke Blue Devils on Mar. 31. Junior All-American guard Cassius Winston led the way for the Spartans, scoring a game-high 20 points and dishing out 10 assists.
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