This is an article from the March 24, 2014 issue
FOR MARCH 24, 2014
Only three times since 1979 has a No. 1 seed not made it to the Final Four. How far will each go this year? Will Ron Baker and Wichita State (34--0) be the first school to finish undefeated since Indiana in 1976? Or can Scottie Wilbekin lead Florida to its third national crown? Who's more susceptible to Cinderella's charms: Aaron Gordon and Arizona, or Malcolm Brogdon and Virginia? Get answers to these questions and complete tournament coverage at One And One, SI.com's college basketball blog. Go to SI.com/cbb
Before the day's games begin, check out SI.com's Tournament Tip-off Live, Thursdays and Fridays at 11:30 a.m. EDT as host Maggie Gray sits down with college hoops experts to analyze the matchups and predict which teams will bust your bracket.
Syracuse frosh Tyler Ennis, who is second on the team in scoring (12.7 ppg) and leads the Orange in assists (5.6) and steals (2.1), is one of this week's Rising Stars, presented by Symetra. To see his video profile, go to SI.com/risingstars
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Not Alone at the Top
FROM THE SI VAULT | Feb. 22, 1982
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Thirty-two years ago Ralph Sampson, Virginia's 7'4" sophomore phenom, towered over opponents as the national player of the year. But he wasn't the only reason the Cavaliers were No. 1
By Curry Kirkpatrick