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Topic - Gus Johnson
Bill Raftery is switching networks to stick with the Big East.
School pride surges this time of year for the fortunate alumni who get to cheer on their respective alma maters in various basketball tournaments.
For the second straight year, the NCAA tournament had a wild first weekend filled with upsets, buzzer beaters and virtuoso performances by star players.
There had never been a basketball team like the one that climbed onto the gold medal platform in 1992.