Andy Enfield

2013 NCAA Tournament: South Region Sweet 16 Preview

The Jayhawks, Wolverines, Gators and Florida Gulf Coast Eagles are off to Texas.
<p> 2013 NCAA Tournament: South Region Sweet 16 Preview, including the Kansas Jayhawks, Florida Gulf Coast Eagles, Michigan Wolverines, Florida Gators, Trey Burke, Andy Enfield, Ben McLemore and Jeff Withey.</p>

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