Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Darius Miller and Kentucky keep rolling right along through the 2012 NCAA Tournament, and futures odds at Bovada have them as even more of an overwhelming favorite to win it all.
But the Wildcats must traverse through a very talented remaining field, one of the best Elite Eights — from top to bottom — that we’ve had in years.
Kenny Boynton and Florida kept rolling on Thursday night to advance to the Elite Eight and now have a great chance to become the first No. 7 seed ever to advance to the Final Four.
Could the Gators’ opponent in the Final Four be Tu Holloway and 10th-seeded Xavier? The odds are certainly against the Musketeers, who must navigate through an imposing schedule the next two games to become the first No. 10 seed ever to make it.