Category Archives: Big 12

‘Can’t Nobody Tell Me Nothin’ Red Raiders Ride Old Town Road to First National Championship Appearance

Chris Beard’s Texas Tech Red Raiders are now one win away from raising the National Championship trophy. The Red Raiders top rated defense once again proved its’ worth in a 61-51 grind it out victory over Michigan State Saturday night in Minneapolis. The Red Raiders were led by junior Matt Mooney, who scored a game high 22 points on 8-for-16

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Upset Alert: Anteaters Advance

The UC Irvine Anteaters were predicted to be unable to handle the Kansas State Wildcats defense, but to the surprise of many, the Anteaters were able to scrape a 70-64 win by the fourth-ranked Wildcats. Irvine started senior Jonathan Galloway, junior Tommy Rutherford, senior Robert Cartwright, junior Max Hazzard, and junior Evan Leonard. The team was led by Leonard, who

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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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Who’s in and who has work to do?

With Selection Sunday nearing the corner, it’s make or break time for teams on the bubble.  Some teams are already virtual locks in the tournament, while others have played themselves out of March.  Matty Brackets gives his best look at Power Conference Teams, High Mid Majors, and Mid Majors with great resumes: In order to understand how the best bracketologist

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