Monthly Archives: March 2018

Kentucky Puts an End to Buffalo and Any Upset They Were Thinking About

The No. 5 University of Kentucky Wildcats stopped No. 13 University of Buffalo Bulls dead in their tracks after talk of a possible upset in this match up. Crushing the competition 95-75 in Boise, Idaho, the Wildcats advance to the Sweet 16. Getting 27 points and a near-perfect shooting game, freshman Shai Gilgeous-Alexander went 10 for 12 and made both

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Auburn survives Charleston

No. 4 seed Auburn defeated No. 13 seed Charleston on Friday with a score of 62-58. Auburn hit its’ last four shots, including a pair of 3-pointers.  Mustapha Heron scored 16 points for Auburn, which shot only 35.6% overall, and just 20.8% from 3-point range. D. Murray had 11 points for Auburn, and B. Brown added 10.  Charleston’s J. Brantley scored a

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Kansas State holds off Creighton

In a 8 versus 9 matchup Friday night the Kansas State defeated Creighton 69-59 to advance to the round of 32. Kansas State held the lead throughout the entire game lead by junior Barry Brown who had a game high 18 points. Creighton tried to fight back and did come within 2 in the second half but that’s as close

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Syracuse knocks off TCU

Don’t give Cuse the double digit seed. After beating Arizona State in a play-in game on Wednesday, the Cuse took down 6 seed TCU on Friday night for a date with Michigan State on Sunday. The 2-3 zone proved to be too much for the Horned Frogs to handle, as TCU only hit 8 field goals in the 2nd half.

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