Not just daily but twice-daily links roundups! What is this world coming to? Anyway, read on. Lots of people are talking about UB. This post has a heavy WVU flavor as I found many of the links at the Smoking Musket
NCAA tournament regional preview: Midwest | The Chronicle
tBBC 2015 March Madness Bracketology: Midwest Region | tBBC
The Buckeye Battle Cry breaks down March Madness with a preview of the midwest region
Get to know these 5 potential bracket busters | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Undefeated No. 1-ranked Kentucky can be written in Sharpie when you fill out that office bracket, but the picks that put you over the top aren’t tracing the chalk to Lucas Oil Stadium.
Tournament opponents not ready for WVU’s full-court pressure - The Daily Athenaeum: Sports
It’s been long awaited and much anticipated, but March Madness is finally here. And, for the first time since 2012, West Virginia is a part of it.
WV MetroNews – Huggins raves about Staten’s mobility in practice: ‘He is back’
Coach claims All-Big 12 point guard is primed and
Path is clear for another Duke run to the Final Four - CBSSports.com
Mike Krzyzewski has already won four national titles and there's a good chance that at the least, he'll have a prime opportunity to be in position to win another.
Watch: West Virginia Vs. Buffalo Breakdown - West Virginia - Scout
The 5th-seeded West Virginia Mountaineers will begin NCAA Tournament play against the 12th-seeded Buffalo Bulls in Columbus. Blue Gold News' Kevin Kinder and Scout’s Evan Daniels break down the matchup.
VEASEY COLUMN: WVU opponent may be tough - Times West Virginian: Sports
FAIRMONT — Well, now that everyone should know who and where West Virginia will play its first game in the NCAA Tournament this weekend, most fans are now looking to see who they might play on Sunday if they win on Friday against Buffalo.
The Charleston Gazette | Dave Hickman: Reality check on WVU’s opponent
The Charleston Gazette | WVU NCAA opponent Buffalo short on depth but not on talent
Charleston Daily Mail | WVU, Buffalo have similarities heading into NCAA tournament
MAC champion Buffalo carries eight-game winning streak into tournament
Rob Oller commentary: Alphabetical guide to March Madness | The Columbus Dispatch
C is for Cinderella. Who will it be this time? Maybe Buffalo, coached by former Dookie Bob Hurley. The No.12 Bulls open against No.5 West Virginia in Nationwide Arena on Friday. The ’Neers should be ’Nervous.