Great off-court moments from the NCAA Tournament so far
Kevin Canevari does the Nae Nae
There’s no better way to the hearts of college basketball fans than upsetting Duke. Until a reserve on the winning team dances on national television to celebrate. (For more on the Nae Nae, hop on over to Slate.)
Anthony White Jr. does the robot
In what already would have been a great sideline interview with Mercer coach and quote machine Bob Hoffman, Bears forward Anthony White Jr. photobombed while doing the robot.
THE Dayton Daily News
Before Dayton punched its Sweet 16 ticket, the Dayton (Ohio) Daily News used the rare occasion of a Dayton win over Ohio State to take a jab at the Buckeyes’ superiority complex.
Stephen F. Awesome
The Daily Sentinel of Nacogdoches County, Texas, joins the Dayton Daily News in the great headline department after Stephen F. Austin upset VCU in the round of 64.
Another big-time upset, another great locker room celebration
Saul Phillips and North Dakota State celebrate a win over Oklahoma in the round of 64. We’ll never get tired of mid-major upset footage.
Little Phil Martelli
The grandson of Saint Joseph’s coach Phil Martelli admires his elders. CBS’ Allie LaForce gets the scoop from 4-year-old Philip on impersonating the St. Joe’s coach.
The Dancing Mayor
Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg joins the dancing lineup with this jig after defeating North Carolina on Sunday.
Cuonzo Martin’s selfie
Again, Mercer was the star of the round of 64
Congratulations came in quickly for Mercer after the win over Duke, including from Atlantic Sun foe Florida Gulf Coast, who reached the Sweet 16 last season, and Lehigh, who defeated Duke in the round of 64 two years ago.
Well played, @MercerMBB.— FGCU Men's Hoops (@FGCU_MBB) March 21, 2014