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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — In early December, Gonzaga paused all activities because of the coronavirus. The top-ranked Bulldogs had five games canceled due to the shutdown, and hadn’t played a game since Dec. 2 before Saturday’s showdown with No. 3 Iowa.


Baylor senior Trestan Ebner, who dazzled on kick returns this season, was named special teams player of the year on the Big 12 coaches all-con…

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This year's Sweet 16 will feature almost all of the top 16 seeds. No. 1 seeds Duke, Virginia, North Carolina and Gonzaga all made it through. No. 2 seeds Michigan, No. 2 Tennessee, No. 2 Kentucky and No. 2 Michigan State, the pick to win it all in the perfect bracket, are also making an appearance. Same for all four No. 3 seeds: Texas Tech, Purdue, Houston and LSU. Even the bottom line looks strong, filled by two No. 4 seeds (Florida State and Virginia Tech) and a No. 5 seed (Auburn). Only No. 12 Oregon, Pac-12 tournament champion in 2019, can be considered a surprise this season.

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