The Kansas State Wildcats are back in the NCAA Tournament, and the team was thrilled to hear their name called on Selection Sunday.
The Kansas State Wildcats missed the 2020, 2021, and 2022 NCAA Tournaments, but in 2023 they’re back and secured a No. 3 seed in the East Region. First-year head coach Jerome Tang did a fantastic job getting the Cats back to the Big Dance.
K-State will travel to Greensboro, N.C. to take on the Montana State Bobcats at the Greensboro Coliseum, and you can see how pumped up the team was when their seed was revealed on Selection Sunday.
Watch the Kansas State Wildcats’ reaction as they learn where they’ll be starting in March Madness 2023
The “Crazy Faith” of this team is undeniable, and it’s amazing how few people are talking about K-State as a potential Final Four team.
Potential opponents for the Wildcats after Montana State would include Kentucky or Providence in the Round of 32, and then Michigan State, USC, Marquette, or Vermont in the Sweet 16.
Not an easy road for any team in this region, with the No. 1 seed being the super-talented and strong Purdue Boilermakers.