One week from today, we will have the bracket of the 68 teams that have made the big dance. Wisconsin will try to make its case for one of the four 1-seeds in this final week, and it starts today when they face the Buckeyes of Ohio State at 4:30 ET. If a top team falls this week, and Wisconsin is able to put it on Ohio State today and then runs the table in the conference tournament, there is a good chance it could move up to one of those four spots. Wisconsin has already claimed the Big Ten regular season title after it beat Minnesota on Thursday. Ohio State, a projected 8-seed by ESPN’s Joe Lunardi, is coming off back-to-back road wins where it faced a second half deficit.
There is no older rivalry than that between Harvard and Yale. Twelve presidents have graduated from one of these two universities. The schools that have been around for over 200 years do not mess around when it comes to this
rivalry. These schools take it so serious, that during a football game in 1894, seven players were taken off the field in “dying condition.”
Tonight, the two old rivals meet again on the basketball court at 8 p.m. ET with huge stakes on the line.