Monthly Archives: March 2018

Nevada beats Texas in OT

The Texas Longhorns’ ended their season 19-15 overall to Nevada, with the score of 87 to 83. Lead by coach Shaka Smart, Texas has gone four seasons without winning an NCAA Tournament. K. Stephens led No. 7 seed Nevada with 22 points, and C. Martin added 18 points with 10 rebounds. Nevada erased a 14-point, second-half deficit and started to

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Martin and Baldwin lead 7th seeded Butler to 79-62 win over 10th seeded Arkansas

LaVall Jordan’s Butler Bulldog squad defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 79-62 Friday afternoon in the East regional behind 27 points from senior guard Kelan Martin and 24 points from sophomore guard Kamar Baldwin. The Bulldogs jumped out to a massive 21-2 lead with 13:42 left in the first half. Butler began the first half shooting an astounding 72% from the field

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Texas A&M Survives Providence

Texas A&M and Providence got the day started off right. A battle back and fourth where both teams seemed to be playing well. Providence did their best to use their toughness to battle the bigger Texas A&M but in the end it seemed that size won. The Aggies finished the game with a 40-21 advantage on the glass with 9

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NCAA Tournament Recap: Boilers advance to round of 32 with 74-48 win over Cal State Fullerton

The 2nd seeded Purdue Boilermakers defeated the 15th seeded Cal State Fullerton Titans 74-48 in the East Regional Friday afternoon. The Boilers were led by dynamic duo Carsen and Vincent Edwards, who scored 15 points each. The Boilers jumped out to an early 6-0 lead within the first 2 minutes, but struggled the rest of the half before a late

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Buffalo shocks the world – or did they?

The University of Buffalo Bulls busted many brackets yesterday, after their 1st NCAA Tournament win in school history – an impressive 89-68 blowout over Arizona. Arizona tried to go through superstar Deandre Ayton the whole game, who 14 points and 13 rebounds.  Allonzo Trier struggled the entire game, only shooting 4/15 with 10 points.  Rawle Alkins was also a non-factor,

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Florida bounces St. Bonaventure after the Bonnies’ first NCAA Tournament win in 48 years.

Florida’s Koulechov scored 20 points causing them to ease past St. Bonaventure 77-62 on Thursday night, putting an end to St. Bonaventure’s postseason. The guard had his first 20-point game since early January, going 4 of 10 from 3-point range.  Jalen Hudson scored 16 points and Chris Chiozza had 11 assists for the Gators. St. Bonaventure’s Matt Mobley and Jaylen Adams did

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Michigan Moves Past Montana

Michigan and Montana on paper looked to be be a very intriguing matchup. The question would remain. Could Montana turn the Wolverines over. Matthews and Michigan were too much for the Grizzlies to handle. Michigan only turned the ball over 13 times and while and also caused 12 tournovers. Moritz Wagner only had 5 points in the game but Charles

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