The Elite Eight is set: UNC-Louisville and UCLA-Xavier today, Kansas-Davidson and Memphis-Texas tomorrow. It's a very compelling batch of games.
As for last night, we got four routs, although one (Davidson over Wisconsin) was shocking in that a 10-seed routed a defensive-minded 3-seed, behind the continuation of one of the great individual star performances of all time in the NCAA Tournament.
Today's regional finals are interesting: UNC has been unstoppable recently, but Louisville plays tough D and has the athletes to run with UNC; Xavier has had this "refuse-to-lose" thing going on all Tournament, while UCLA has sort of been "no-win-is-a-bad-win" for the last month. I have UCLA winning it all, but Xavier could surprise.
You can't possibly be rooting against Davidson (unless you're a Kansas fan or near the top of your pool and NEED Davidson to lose) and back in-state, Texas played as well as any 1-seed, but given the way the top seeds are playing, an "all-1" Final Four wouldn't be a terrible outcome.
NBA: Celtics beat Hornets. Go back a year and imagine your reaction if someone said they would be leading their conferences this year.
Kobe hangs 53 on the Grizzlies: He is the Stephen Curry of the NBA, I guess you could say.
NCAA Hockey Tournament: Top-seeded New Hampshire is out, upset by noted hockey power Notre Dame.