The Washington vs Utah State game is up for 6:45 PM EST, on March 22nd, 2019, on the TNT (US) network. The game is going to be played in Nationwide Arena. The Utah State Aggies are coming into this tournament in extraordinary form as opposed to their opponents who have struggled recently. Both the teams have very less differences over the season and have a similar chance to qualify for the second round. So we will have to wait and watch to see which team prevails. If you cannot be at the arena to witness this game then be sure to tune in to your T.V at the correct time or better, live stream the game online.
How to watch:
Date and Time: March 22nd, 2019 6:45 PM EST
Venue: Nationwide Arena
TV: TNT (US)
Online Stream: FuboTV (US Desktop & Mobile) – (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.)
Washington Team News
Washington have had a really good overall season winning 26 games and losing 8. They are seeded 9 but their numbers are not quite the exact representation of their current form. They would have been seeded higher had they not lost 3 out of their last 7 games. Their quest for a perfect home record was destroyed by the Oregon Ducks in the last game of the regular season. Oregon again seemed to be their nemesis when they beat the Huskies in the Pac 12 final. Jaylen Nowell leads the line with 16.2 PPG. Matisse Thybulle has stolen 3.4 per game and has 2.2 blocks on average. Lets see if they are stable enough to pull off to the next round or theirrecent woes hurt them badly.
Utah State Team News
Utah State Aggies are on fire. The team has won 28 games and lost 6. They are currently seeded 8th in the Midwest. Aggies have won 17 out of their last 18 games and will surely pounce on their opponents who are not in good form at all. This is their 21st NCAA tournament appearance but they tend to choke in their first match. Their last win in the tournament was 18 years and 7 appearances ago. They will feel much more confident this time around though. Sam Merrill is surely the star of the team, the one who brings the edge in the attack. He is averaging 21.2 PPG, 46.5% FG. The matchup between him and Matisse Thybulle will be one to watch out for.