March Madness

This year's tournament started off with six teams from the state of Texas competing for the title of national champions. The number of Texans on the court has been decreasing since the beginning of the tournament however, with Texas Southern falling to Kansas 83-56.

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Texas Basketball

Many of the teams looked primed to push to the Sweet 16 but the Texas count slowly kept falling apart as the tournament went on. University of Texas, TCU, and the 2021 tournament champion Baylor Bears were all knocked out in the second round. This left only Texas Tech and Houston moving forward.

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Sweet 16

The University of Houston won their matchup in the Sweet 16, defeating Arizona 72-60. Texas Tech did not fare so well in the round, losing to Duke 78-73. Coach K continues his legendary farewell tour at the expense of the Red Raiders, leaving Houston as the last team from the state of Texas still in the tournament.

Texas Tech v Duke
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Elite Eight

The University of Houston Punched their ticket to the elite eight, with their win over Arizona taking them to their second appearance in as many years. The rest of the Sweet 16 games happen tonight to determine the rest of the field.

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Where to watch Houston vs Villanova

The Houston Cougars will face off against the Villanova wild cats tomorrow, March 26 at 5:09 PM ET. The Cougars are a 1.5 favorite heading into the matchup at the writing of the article. You can watch the game on TBS, where the game will be played at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

Remember These? Here Are 10 Great Restaurants We Miss in Temple, Texas

Just the other day I was driving past Clem Mikeska's in Temple for lunch and a memory popped in my head about Wes's Burger Shack More, and the former business that used to have delicious pizza.

I remember going there for lunch just a few years ago and taking my entire hour to take advantage of that pizza buffet! The different variety of pizza stuck out to me. I even remember the game area!

A few weeks ago, we asked listeners on Facebook about restaurants they missed that aren't around anymore in Temple, Texas.

Boy did we receive a great response!

So now it's time to reminisce about old breakfast spots, taco joints, Chinese and Mexican restaurants, and lunchtime favorites we used to frequent in Temple.

Based on your responses here are 10 Great Restaurants We Miss in Temple, Texas.

(Notes from editor Aaron Savage, who grew up in the Temple area and frequented most of these places.)

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