Monthly Archives: March 2018

Kansas State Barely Escapes UMBC in Round of 32 Matchup

The most impressive underdogs of the season, No. 16 University of Maryland, Baltimore Country (UMBC) Retrievers had nothing to lose in the match up against No. 9 Kansas State University Wildcats since they already had an impressive story to start off the tournament with. Falling short, the Retrievers lost 43-50, but still gave Kansas State a run for their money

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The Cuse continues to roll

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 held

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Sweet Victory for the Bulldogs as they deny OSU

Inconsistency by the Buckeyes and dominance by the Bulldogs were the pillars of Ohio State’s 90-84 loss to Gonzaga. While both teams were evidently nervous in the beginning, the nerves didn’t seem to faze Gonzaga as they went on a 15-0 run, thanks in part to the Buckeyes two missed layups and two turnovers. Ohio State was struggling both defensively

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Vincent Edwards leads Purdue to second straight sweet 16, with 76-73 win over Butler

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,

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