The Washington Post has an article (it's here) about the fact that 18 of the 20 starters in tonight's games are juniors or seniors.
This is very interesting -- it belies all the reports of "one-and-done" players and how no one sticks around to play out a full NCAA career anyone. It also says something about the four coaches that they've gotten this level of buy-in from the players - further evidence for my theory that Tom Izzo and Roy Williams might be the two best college coaches currently. I'd be interested to see a comparison between these four teams and the Sweet Sixteen/Elite Eight losers in terms of the percentage of upperclassmen.
Price missed his freshman season after having a brain hemorrhage. He was incredibly impressive in the Texas A&M round-of-32 game (very fast and great court vision), although Jeff Adrien's string of jump shots, during that game, will probably remain my lasting image from this tournament.