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Gonzaga isn’t in, but this is still worth watching.

NCAA Basketball: Final Four-Practice Day Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

The Gonzaga Bulldogs might not be in the Final Four, but that doesn’t mean the second to last day of college basketball isn’t worth watching.

The Virginia Cavaliers are finally back in the Final Four for the first time since 1984. In recent history, March has been a disappointing factor for Virginia in recent years. The Cavaliers have secured three one seeds and a two seed, before finally breaking back into the football stadium.

Texas Tech is getting the Gonzaga experience, advancing to the Final Four for the first time in school history. Hopefully, those fans can savor this experience for years to come.

Auburn is also going to the Final Four for the first time in history, thanks to Bruce Pearl’s squad getting insanely hot at the correct time.

And finally, we have Michigan State, a school you will not feel sorry for. The Spartans were last in the Final Four in 2015, but haven’t tasted the title game since 2009. Perhaps, this year will be different?

Game info

  • No. 5 Auburn vs. No. 1 Virginia, 3:09 pm PT, CBS
  • No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 2 Michigan State, 6:39 pm PT, CBS

Both games can be streamed online for free on NCAA March Madness Live.