Utah guard Lorenzo Bonam, front, reacts as Gonzaga guard Eric McClellan, forward Kyle Wiltjer and Gonzaga guard Kyle Dranginis celebrate late in the second half of a second-round men's college basketball game Saturday, March 19, 2016, in the NCAA Tournament in Denver. Gonzaga won 82-59. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)


The Gonzaga Bulldogs and Iowa State Cyclones wore their dancing shoes on Saturday night in the NCAA Tournament. So did the bands at the Providence-North Carolina game.

It is March, after all.

In Denver, the 11th-seeded Bulldogs celebrated a wire-to-wire effort in an 82-59 rout of third-seeded Utah on Saturday night.




Iowa State also had a good time in Denver after rolling to a 78-61 victory over Little Rock to secure the Cyclones' place in the Sweet 16.




And this might have been the biggest dance party of the night. It looks like the Providence and North Carolina bands were having a pretty good time at halftime of the schools' second-round game.

The Tar Heels won 85-66, but which school won the dance-off?