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Interview with American East Player of the Year Anthony Lamb

It was a privilege to interview Vermont’s star forward Anthony Lamb. Lamb led his team to a 27-7 record in the American East, and a 14-2 conference record. He averaged 21 points per game, 8 rebounds and 2 blocks.  Vermont was able to win the conference championship, and make the tournament, where they played very well in their game against

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Can Virginia Cut the Nets In Minneapolis?

After 10 years as head coach for Virginia, Tony Bennett finally cracked the Final Four with a dramatic 5 point win over Purdue. Virginia enters Minneapolis as the highest remaining seed and the only 1 seed, looking to bring the University its first basketball  national championship in its long history. ESPN’s Basketball Power Index gives Virginia a 52% chance to

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Why Auburn will win it all

After shocking many people by winning the SEC tournament, Auburn was disrespected by the tournament committee and was given a 5 seed. To make matters worse, they would have to face three blue bloods in Kansas, UNC, and Kentucky if they wanted to win the midwest region. This Auburn team showed no problems, easily taking care of Kansas and UNC

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Recapping Day 2 of the Round of 32

One day after every higher seed defeated the lower seed but Auburn, every higher seed won their game. Today, there were a few exciting games, including one that came down to the final seconds, so check out a recap of each game. The day started on a few close and exciting game of Tennessee vs Iowa. In the first half,

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Washington continue the 9 seed dominance, defeating Utah State

Washington gave the 9 seeds their 3rd win in three games this tournament, defeating Utah State and moving on to the next round. Washington’s great defense and surprisingly high scoring affair let them pull away and defeat Washington 78-61. The first half was pretty close throughout, with Utah State getting a balanced scoring effort from their starters and the stars

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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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