The First Four games are in the books and the NCAA Tournament is down to 64 teams, a nice even number for a bracket. With those expansion games out of the way, the best part of March Madness begins. With 32 games in two days -- 16 each day -- there's plenty of action to track.
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There were no huge comebacks or surprising finishes on Wednesday as the second set of First Four games got under way in Dayton. In the first, Vermont raced out to an early lead and cruised to a 71-59 win. It was never too close, and Pat Knight was sent packing early. As a reward, Vermont gets to face North Carolina in the Second Round on Friday.
In the second matchup of the evening, South Florida ran California off the court in a 65-54 win. Don't let the final score fool you: South Florida pumped the brakes after being up by 20-plus for much of the second half. The Bulls advance to face Temple in the Second Round.
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