NCAA Feet: 2011 March Madness – Elite Eight Recap

March 28, 2011 BY

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The 2011 NCAA March Madness Tournament is living up to its reputation as the most exciting, upsetting, and thrilling sports event of the year. Teams like the Kemba Walker-led UConn Huskies have ridden a surging wave, while others like the VCU Rams have stunned the world and crippled brackets nationwide with an unlikely Final Four berth. Sneaker News has been keeping you on top of all the sneakers that have touched the hardwood this NCAA postseason, with shoes like the Air Jordan 2011 UNC PE, Air Foamposite One ‘Metallic Pewter’, and all the sick Jordan Retros worn by the SDSU Aztecs giving us more than we can handle. Here’s a look at the Elite Eight teams and their kicks; Kentucky players have been consistently rocking the Air Jordan Six Rings ‘Royal’, the Arizona Wildcats have their fair share of heat, and the lone adidas school of the round – the Kansas Jayhawks – have had their collection of PE colorways. Check out the entire Elite 8 recap below and stick with Sneaker News for more recaps from the remainders of the 2011 NCAA March Madness Tournament! via Yahoo!.

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