Clemson dismantled Auburn, 84-43, to advance to the sweet sixteen. Clemson’s victory was aided by a 17-0 run in the first half. This game was just a blowout. Auburn trailed by 41 with 11:38 to go in the second half and only shot 26% from the field. Clemson outplayed their fellow tigers, shooting 47% and 39% from behind the arc.
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Syracuse is at it again! The Orange have now won 3 games in 5 days to reach the Sweet 16. Perhaps more impressively, they have held 3 teams who average above 80 PPG to below 60 points each. The first half seemed like it was Michigan State’s, as the Spartans destroyed Cuse on the boards. However, Cuse’s interior defense heldRead more
The Kansas Jayhawks advanced to the Sweet 16 after a tough win over Seton Hall, 83-79. Devonte Graham struggled from the floor, finishing with 8 points and 5 turnovers. However, he moved the ball well, with 9 assists. Stepping up for Kansas were Malik Newman with 28 points and Udoka Azubuike with 10 points and 7 rebounds in 22 minutesRead more
No Isaac Haas, no problem for Purdue. The 2nd seeded Boilermakers defeated their in-state rival and 10th seeded Butler Bulldogs 76-73 Sunday afternoon. After losing starting senior center Isaac Haas to a fractured elbow in Friday’s win over Cal-State Fullerton, freshman Matt Haarms was inserted into the starting lineup in place of Haas. Haarms played a very efficient game, scoring 7 points,Read more
Michigan seemed like they had lost this back and forth game that had 17 lead changes and 12 ties. Davis gave the Cougars the lead when he made two free throws with 44.1 seconds left, then pushed the advantage to 63-61 when he made the second of two more foul shots with 24.9 seconds to go. Then, Abdur-Rahkman and CharlesRead more
Sister Jean and the Ramblers upset the #3 seed Volunteers 63-62. A last second jump shot from Clayton Custer secured another unbelievable win against a stellar Tennessee team in the Round of 32. Following their first round upset over Miami (FL), the Ramblers had no plan to stop there. Tennessee got their motors going when they took a 15-6 leadRead more
The 3rd seeded Texas Tech Red Raiders defeated the 6th seeded Florida Gators 69-66 in the East region Saturday night. The Red Raiders were led by senior guard Keenan Evans who scored a team-high 22 points on 8-14 shooting. Evans and the Red Raiders went into the locker room down 33-32. In the second half, the Red Raiders led by asRead more