No one can say that, but it's only human Tucson nature.
Wanting to play No. 14 instead of No. 3 to reach the Sweet 16 is a no-brainer.
Arizona in its head is thinking, "We get Harvard instead of a New Mexico team some had penciled for the Final Four."
Arizona is thrilled, but it should also be terrified.
Have you been paying attention?
The fastest way to get eliminated from the NCAA tournament is to get into the assumption business.
Everyone presumed No. 2 Georgetown would prevail over No. 15 Florida Gulf Coast in a South Regional game played in Philadelphia.
Georgetown was established in 1789, and FGCU was established, well, Friday.
The Eagles stunned the Hoyas with a 78-68 bracket buster in the city where underdog Rocky ran up those steps.
FGCU won its first NCAA game on its first try in its second year of eligibility.
Hey, isn't this basketball thing neat?
Also know San Diego State would rather face FGCU than Georgetown.
The Bulldogs drew the lower-seeded school from the Missouri Valley Conference instead of a power-conference team from the Big East.
Gonzaga should also be petrified.
"They can play," guard Kevin Pangos said of Wichita State.
New Mexico got shown the front door Thursday while UCLA, years ago, got shown the back door.