CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - It finally happened - a 16 ousting a 1 in March Madness.
Football is king at Alabama, but the basketball team already won its first NCAA tournament game since 2006.
Red-shirt freshman Omari Spellman became the big man in the middle who could rebound and defend the paint.
"It's only on me, I'm the only one that's screwed it up," Jay Wright said. "The guys that are on this team, they don't have anything to do with it."
The senior fell on his arm during the No. 2 seed's 74-48 win over 15-seed Cal State Fullerton. He was clearly in pain, but did return to the game after the fall.
Villanova got off to a great start in the NCAA tournament, but the top seed will be facing a higher caliber of talent in No. 9 seed Alabama and highly-touted freshman Collin Sexton.
With four starters returning and some talented players from the current freshman class, the Quakers should be major Ivy League contenders next season.
Jay Wright would not mind coaching a "one-and-done" talent but is doing just fine with his culture at Villanova.
The Crimson Tide got 25 points from freshman Collin Freshman to earn a date with the Wildcats.
Did you notice this in Villanova's NCAA win over Radford?
The Wildcats, seeded No. 1 in the East Region, got off to quick starts in each half and had six players finish in double figures.
Penn will not only miss the production of Foreman, but his leadership as well.
The Ivy League champions put an early scare into Kansas, but the Jayhawks didn't tremble.