Jon Wilner's NCAA Tournament picks for Saturday's Elite Eight games

Jon Wilner's NCAA Tournament picks for Saturday's Elite Eight games

Syracuse : NY : USA | Mar 24, 2012 at 12:12 PM PDT
Source: San Jose Mercury News
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Exactly the Elite Eight matchup you have in your brackets, right? Louisville coach Rick Pitino is 6-0 against his former player/assistant, UF's Billy Donovan, but Donovan has never faced his mentor with a roster as talented as this one. FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Mercury News
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