The victory was hardly unforeseen — Duke, the winner of the ACC tournament, was second seed in the east, while Troy was seeded 15th.
This isn’t the first time Coach K spoke on on HB2. Last summer, he called it an embarrassing bill.
Many fans still traveled from North Carolina since Greenville, South Carolina was still driving distance for them.
Both fan bases are well-represented in the city where the tournament is being held.
It’s time for the NCAA Tournament.
North Carolina Central University fell to U.C. Davis 67-63 in a tight NCAA Tournament play-in game Wednesday night.
Their game against UC Davis tips off at 6:40 p.m. in Dayton, Ohio.
CBS is televising 24 games, including the national championship and the Final Four.
Duke, UNC and Wake Forest are part of the nine ACC schools to go dancing in 2017.
“Next is the Final Four,” said NCCU coach Levelle Moton.