Monthly Archives: March 2019

Tigers Get Past Bulldogs

The LSU Tigers might not be smarter than the Yale Bulldogs, but they are way more athletic and talented. Skylar Mayes, Naz Reid, Kavell Bigby-Williams, and Tremont Waters helped push the #3 seed Tigers to a win over a smart and relentless #14 seed Yale Bulldogs team. Each of those players mentioned put up double figure points and contributed 58

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#1 Seed Gonzaga Rolls On

The game that was over before it ever started. The #1 seed Gonzaga Bulldogs beat up on the #16 seed Fairleigh Dickson Knights and frankly the game was never close. Gonzaga opened the game as 28.5 point favorites and made it their goal to cover the spread. The over/under was posted at 153. The Bulldogs started off strong and never

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Auburn Keeps Its Title Hopes Alive

WHAT AN EXCITING GAME! The #5 Auburn Tigers and #12 New Mexico State Aggies truly showed how crazy March Madness can be. Auburn opened the game as a 6 point favorite with the over/under at 146. At the beginning, both teams kept the game close with the score being 32-29 Auburn’s lead at the end of the half. Auburn came

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Kansas provides the first blowout of the tournament, defeating Northeastern easily

The Kansas Jayhawks, who played in countless close games this season, finally got a blowout today, getting a 87-53 victory. The beginning of the this game had a little bit of excitement, with neither team gaining more than a 10 point lead. Dedric Lawson dominated in the paint, making shot after shot. Even with Lawson’s dominant play, a balanced scoring

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FSU survives pesky Vermont to advance to Round of 32

The first NCAA Tournament game in Hartford saw an all-Vermont crowd.  In the end, the ‘Noles came out on top, 76-69. The Catamounts started the first half red-hot, taking an early 16-7 lead thanks to open and contested threes falling from all over.  However, State fought back, eventually re-taking the lead at 17-16.  Both teams traded buckets in a low

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