March Madness Top Moments: Round of 64, Day 2
The madness was in full force on Day 1, and Day 2 brought even more NCAA Tournament action on Saturday.
Let's take a look at the top moments from Saturday.
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No, no, no!
A Georgetown legend was on hand to support his Alma mater. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough.
Buffs blow it open.
The second half was never in doubt, as the Buffaloes rolled to victory.
Center Balsa Koprivica got up for the finish with authority.
It was an FSU dunk party, as center Tanor Engam joined in with a hammer of his own.
Florida State moves forward.
With one jam to finish the day, the Seminoles are headed to the second round.
Groves are groovin'.
At the end, the blue blood reigned supreme, with serious hustle from forward Mitch Lightfoot.
The Watford show
Forward Tredon Watford kicked it out but got it back for a nice bucket in tight traffic.
Watford was the ultimate team player en route to an easy victory for the Tigers.
Guard Zeb Jackson picked a good day to have the game of his life.
Forward Miles Norris was all over the floor for UCSB.
But his effort was for naught with seconds remaining.
Bishop can ball.
The Bluejays took over late, with an unreal spin move by forward Christian Bishop.
Forward Herbert Jones handled business for Alabama, with a perfectly executed give-and-go bucket.
Or how about this steal and slam?
The Mobleys were a problem for Drake.
Forward Isaiah Mobley was a freight train Saturday.
His brother, Evan Mobley, followed with his own smash.
It was lob city in Indianapolis in the first half of Grand Canyon's matchup against Iowa, with forward Gabe McGlothan catching and finishing this alley-oop.
Not so fast
Par for the course
Nothing major here — just Luka Garza showing why he is one of the best players in America.
Get that out of here!
The Huskies recorded four blocks in the first half against the Terrapins, none more emphatic than this one.
Using the glass
The backboard is always your friend, even from 3-point range.
If Donta Scott is coming down the lane, it's best to get out of the way.
This is the definition of crafty from James Bouknight.
The Vander Plas show
Ben Vander Plas called his shot and made it right as the first half ended.
His hot shooting continued into the second half, with more 3-pointers falling for the junior forward.
Due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the program, the VCU Rams were forced to withdraw from the NCAA Tournament.
The Oregon Ducks advance to the second round.
There are two highlight plays in one sequence here for the Sooners, with this chase-down block leading to a fadeaway jumper.
Not once but twice
The head fake was so nice that Javon Pickett had to do it twice.
Looking the part
It didn't take long for the Bulldogs to show why they are the top overall seed in the tournament, overwhelming the Spartans early.
The Jalen Suggs highlight reel
Gonzaga's star freshman added to his season-long highlight reel with two amazing plays in the second half.
He's on fire.
The first half belonged to Johnny Juzang of the Bruins, who seemingly could not miss on his way to 19 points.
It was a dominant first half by UCLA, capped off by this dunk from Jaime Jaquez Jr.
Full of energy
This charge call had the Abilene Christian bench up on their feet.
Texas forward Kai Jones made sure to send a message to Abilene Christian with this emphatic dunk as the Longhorns headed to halftime.
The Wilcats did the improbable, taking down the Longhorns with one final stop.