The Heights Of March Madness After a fairly ho-hum start, the first round of NCAA men's basketball ended Friday in overtime and upsets. Now 64 teams have become 32, but there's plenty of basketball still to come.
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The Heights Of March Madness

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The Heights Of March Madness

The Heights Of March Madness

The Heights Of March Madness

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After a fairly ho-hum start, the first round of NCAA men's basketball ended Friday in overtime and upsets. Now 64 teams have become 32, but there's plenty of basketball still to come.

Host Liane Hansen talks with NPR's Tom Goldman about NCAA basketball. He's on the sidelines in Portland, Oregon, one site of March Madness tournament play.