The front of the T-shirt declared that Wichita State was the 2014 Arch Madness champion. The bracket on the back decreed that Indiana State had come out on top. It's always something, isn't it, but the 34-0 Shockers are more than able to laugh the gaffe -- and all their critics -- off.
Things are looking good for Saint Louis. Turnovers and free throws -- two problem areas -- weren't an issue Sunday, and the boost from their bench proved the heavy minutes logged by five senior starters won't faze the team down the stretch, either.
Both Tennessee and Missouri are perceived to be on the NCAA tournament bubble, raising the stakes in this regular-season finale for both teams. Missouri had beaten Tennessee 75-70 on Feb. 15 in Columbia, but Saturday's rematch bore no resemblance to that game.