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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Butler Slows Down Arkansas

Butler Started hot and we’re ready to play from the opening tip. The Bulldogs started the game on a 21-2 run knocking down 4 three point field goals before letting Arkansas climb back into the game and take 29-27 lead with 3:50 to go in the first half. About 30 seconds later Arkansas’s only lead of the game was gone.

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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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