There’s a reason it’s called March Madness. Tonight, fans experienced the ultimate bracket-buster.
The season of men’s college basketball upsets was underined on Thursday night, as championship favorite Gonzaga lost to Arkansas 74-68. The upset sends the Razorbacks to the Elite Eight for the third consecutive March.
Gonzaga entered the game leading the nation in scoring at 87.8 points per game and field-goal percentage (52.6-percent). But they had trouble finding the basket in this game, scoring 19 fewer points than their average while shooting just 37.5 percent. No. 4 seed Arkansas, now 28-8, played tough defense throughout.
The game was played at Chase Center in San Francisco. Arkansas will now face the winner of Duke and Texas Tech on Saturday for a Final Four berth.
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