Despite Madi Kingdon's big performance, the UA falls in the second round
Michael Carter-Williams, voted the outstanding player in the regional, stymies Marquette's Trent Lockett during Syracuse's victory.
WASHINGTON - When played to perfection, there's nothing quite like Syracuse's aggressive, half-court 2-3 zone defense.
"Dunk City" is usually used to describe Florida Gulf Coast, but this time it's Florida's Casey Prather slamming one over FGCU's Christophe Varidel.
Florida's Mike Rosario breaks from the pack in the first half. Rosario scored 15 points and led the Gators to their third straight Elite Eight.
ARLINGTON, Texas - Florida Gulf Coast put on one last show at the NCAA tournament.
Trey Burke releases his game-tying three-pointer near the end of regulation. Burke had eight points, including two threes, down the stretch.
ARLINGTON, Texas - Trey Burke shook off one of his worst starts with the best shot of his life.
Russ Smith tied a career high with 31 points to push Louisville into an Elite Eight matchup against Duke.
Louisville's Logan Baumann dishes the ball around Arsalan Kazemi in the second half. The Cardinals (32-5) have won 13 straight games.
INDIANAPOLIS - Louisville survived its first test.
LOS ANGELES - This one wasn't - pun intended - a shock.
Arizona freshman Grant Jerrett, who blamed himself for the loss, sits with a towel over his head, unable to face the world immediately after the game.
Arizona's Nick Johnson attempts to poke the ball away from Ohio State hero LaQuinton Ross as Grant Jerrett pressures him.
LOS ANGELES - The clock was ticking again on Grant Jerrett, four minutes and counting, before the NCAA-mandated 30-minute open locker room period would expire.
Indiana forward Cody Zeller is trapped between Syracuse guard Brandon Triche, left, and forward Rakeem Christmas during the first half of their East Regional semifinal.
WASHINGTON - It took winning a national title for Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim to get over a late-shot loss to Indiana the last time the schools played in the NCAA tournament.
LOS ANGELES - This time, Aaron Craft didn't wave off an All-American to take the last shot himself.
Ohio State's Aaron Craft, guarded here by Jordin Mayes in the first half, assisted on LaQuinton Ross' game-winning shot with two seconds left.