NCAA Tournament: Biggest snubs from Selection Sunday

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The Sooners' 26 NCAA Tournament appearances since 1984 are the 10th most in the nation during that span, behind only Kansas, Duke, North Carolina, Arizona, Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan State, Syracuse and UCLA.

If the Cowgirls win, they will play the victor of the Mississippi State-Nicholls State game on Monday.

Kruger will be guiding a team to the NCAA Tournament for the 18th time in his career - the 10th most among active head coaches. "This is something I dreamed about as a kid and I just had a bunch of emotions running through my body, so I couldn't do anything but just sit there and pray", said OU star Trae Young.

After all, there's really nothing more he or his team can do now.

The Cowgirls' three senior starters - Kaylee Jensen, Mandy Coleman and Loryn Goodwin - will get one last shot at the Big Dance.

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A few of the most controversial snubs from this year's NCAA tournament were connected to the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into corruption in college basketball.

"I don't know if we could have done any better", Schmidt said about building the Bonnies' resume.

ASU will battle the No. 10 seed Nebraska Cornhuskers Saturday, March 17 in Austin, Texas on ESPN2 at 3:30 p.m. ET. Virginia headlines the South Region, and will be attempting to make their third Final Four appearance in school history, and first since 1984. "But the perseverance that they've showed this year and especially over the last 48, 72 hours. we've played ourselves hopefully (into) the tournament". They can give me all the talk they want about early, how they did early 14-2.

Middle Tennessee: A threat to win a first-round game in the NCAA Tournament - if it gets in. That year, the Cowgirls won twice before losing to Notre Dame in the Sweet 16. No 1-seed has ever lost in the first round. It went 10-6 in the ACC before getting upset by Virginia Tech in the first round of the ACC Tournament on March 1. "We play a great Syracuse team that's very athletic and plays in a great conference, so we've got a big challenge ahead of us but we're excited to be in the field".

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