From USA Today to the Washington Post, the NCAA tournament-bound Jackrabbits are making national headlines.
The SDSU men's team has made more than one list of likely upsets.
The nation's eyes are on the South Dakota State University men's basketball team as the 13th seeded Jacks go up against 4th seeded University of Michigan. But ahead of the big game in Auburn Hills, the Jacks are earning a reputation as an underdog that could go far.
USA Today put the team on its Cinderella Watch - crediting the boys' quick offense and Nate Wolters's star potential.
The senior guard is becoming a national name, catching the attention of the Washington Post and Fox News. They say he's got the talent to bust brackets who underestimate the team.
SPN Reporter Myron Medcalf says Wolter's, "led the Jackrabbits to their second consecutive NCAA tournament appearance via a silky game that's caught the attention of NBA scouts. He also calls the point guard "one of the nation's most explosive offensive performers."
"I actually played against Nate Wolters in high school in the summer. He's a great player, always has been. It's good for him and I hope everything works out," SDSU freshman Nate Meyer said.
"Our team is a good team and we play as a team. I think a lot of recruits see that and want to come to SDSU," SDSU senior Sam Jacomet said.
And while many Jackrabbit fans have the Jacks beating the Wolverines in the first round, they may not realize they join legendary newscaster Larry King who recently tweeted his support for the team.