NCAA Men's Tournament Top Moments: Day 2 of the Elite Eight
After another thrilling day of college basketball, the Final Four is set, and it includes a major underdog!
That shocker came after a battle between West Coast programs featuring potential top-five NBA Draft picks, as the 6-seed USC Trojans and Evan Mobley took on the No. 1 seed Gonzaga Bulldogs and Jalen Suggs.
The Bulldogs remained undefeated, building a big early lead and cruising to an 85-66 victory over the Trojans.
Here are the top moments and plays from Day 2 of the Elite Eight in the NCAA Men's Tournament.
The Johnny Juzang show
If there is one thing Juzang has, it's confidence. And the Bruins needed him to be confident early. He scored 10 of the Bruins' first 12 points and had 18 in the first half.
Teamwork makes the dream work
Juwan Howard couldn't have drawn up a better play for the Wolverines to get a bucket on than this drive and dish for a dunk.
Juzang thought he had a one-on-one transition opportunity until Brandon Johns Jr. chased him down for the emphatic rejection.
The run continues
From the "first four" to the Final Four, the UCLA Bruins have advanced with a 51-49 win over Michigan.
This is their first Final Four appearance since the 2007-2008 season.
After playing the role of facilitator, Timme switched to being the scorer on consecutive baskets for the Bulldogs.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs continue their pursuit of perfection as they rolled past USC in an 85-66 win. The Bulldogs' big three of Suggs, Timme, and Corey Kispert combined to score 59 points to get Gonzaga to their second Final Four in school history.