NCAA 2nd-3rd Round Omaha 2015 News and Updates
3/15/15 - West Region No. 1 seed Wisconsin tips off the 2015 NCAA Tournament with 2nd-3rd Round games in Omaha, NE. The Badgers, who needed OT to knockout Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament, face Coastal Carolina. If Wisconsin wins, they'll play the winner of the 8/9 matchup between Oregon and Oklahoma State. Kansas, Wichita State and Indiana are the other top ten seeds playing at CenturyLink Center Omaha. The Jayhawks and Shockers will meet in the 3rd Round if both win.
3/13/15 - The second and third round tournaments in Omaha this year are going to be action-packed. One team in particular that has a chance to play here is Wisconsin, who is the 6th ranked team in the nation. The Badgers have one of the most talented teams in the Big Ten Conference. Out of their last 14 games, they have only lost once. Their dominance can be attributed to their stellar offense, which is coordinated by Frank Kaminsky. He’s one of the best scorers in college basketball, averaging 18.4 points per game. Oregon is another potential Omaha team, hoping to spoil a lot of teams’ hopes this year. The Ducks have a talented team, and if Joseph Young can play to his full potential, the Ducks are going to go far.
2/6/15 - As we head into the second week of February, teams all over the nation are rounding into midseason form, hoping to put together resumes worthy of inclusion into this year’s field of 68. Make sure you are there to witness every improbable comeback, every dagger three pointer, and every monster slam dunk. Act now to secure your seats to the NCAA 2nd-3rd Round in Omaha, Nebraska for what promises to be an exciting and competitive weekend of basketball at the beautiful CenturyLink Center. Whether you are looking for tickets to a single game or for the full session, Razorgator has the very best selection of tickets available at great prices. Single game tickets are available starting at just $73, while all sessions tickets start at $260.