Reaction to VCU vs. Oregon being ruled a no-contest in NCAA Tournament first round | SportsCenter

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Reaction to VCU vs. Oregon being ruled a no-contest in NCAA Tournament first round | SportsCenter” – below is their description.

    Adam Rittenberg and Seth Greenberg join SportsCenter to react to the NCAA declaring the first-round matchup between No. 7 Oregon and No. 10 VCU a no-contest due to multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the Rams’ program.

    0:00 Rittenberg explains it was deemed that VCU playing wouldn’t be safe.

    1:40 Rittenberg describe how teams are handling the quarantine in Indianapolis.

    3:07 Greenberg discusses VCU’s season ending and Oregon advancing.

    5:06 Greenberg breaks down No. 13 Ohio beating No. 4 Virginia.

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