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  • West Virginia Advances to Elite 8

    No. 2 West Virginia sidestepped a possible upset by pounding the No. 11 seed Washington Huskies, 69-56, in the East Regional semifinals at Syracuse, N.Y. on Thursday, March 25. Mountaineers star Da’Sean Butler scored a key 14 points, along with seven rebounds despite injuring ...

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  • Kentucky Cruises over Cornell, 62-45

    The Kentucky Wildcats have been getting by on an explosive offense for most of the season, but it was their stifling defense that earned them a trip to the Elite Eight in a 62-45 win over Cornell in the East Regional Semifinals on March 25 at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y. Playing what felt ...

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  • Tennessee Survives Ohio State’s Evan Turner, 76-73

    Ohio State’s Evan Turner is one of the top basketball players in the country, averaging 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists per game this season. But even superstar talent struggles to win against a group of stingy, defensive-minded players. The No. 6 seeded Tennessee Volunteers ...

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  • No. 5 Michigan State tops Northern Iowa, 59-52

    The No. 5 seeded Michigan State Spartans have been known to play their best ball during the “big dance,” and this season hasn’t been any different. After beating No. 9 seed Northern Iowa, 59-52, on Friday night in the Midwest Regional Semifinals, MSU is now one game away ...

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  • Duke Dumps Purdue, 70-57

    (March 27, 2010) – The South Region’s top-seeded Duke Blue Devils disposed of the Purdue Boilermakers, 70-57, at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas on Friday, March 26. Senior Kyle Singler led Duke with 24 points while junior Jon Scheyer recovered from a shaky start to post 18 ...

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  • Michigan State’s Buzzer-Beater Ends Maryland’s Run

    Michigan State reserve guard Korie Lucious nailed a clutch three-pointer at the buzzer to push No. 5 MSU Spartans over the No. 4 Maryland Terrapins, 85-83, and put down a furious late rally by Maryland. Maryland star Greivis Vasquez pulled off his famous late-game heroics to give his team a ...

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  • No. 15 Morgan State Falls to No. 2 West Virginia, 77-50

    It was all smiles and high-fives for students and fans of the Morgan State Bears early on, but that happiness lasted only about 15 minutes as No. 15 seed Morgan State was routed by No. 2 West Virginia, 77-50, in an NCAA tournament first round matchup on March 19 in Buffalo, N.Y. MSU leapt out ...

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  • No. 3 Georgetown Stunned by No. 14 Ohio

    The No. 3 seed Georgetown Hoyas fell in a shocking upset to No. 14 seed Ohio University, 97-83, in the first round of the NCAA tournament’s Midwest regional in Providence, R.I. on March 18. Georgetown guard Chris Wright scored a team-high 28 points, followed by forward Greg Monroe with 19 ...

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  • Black Coaches’ Odyssey to ‘Big Dance’

    With the NCAA Men’s Division-I Championship Tournament tipping off this weekend, millions of sports fans will be glued to their TVs to witness a field of 65 winning basketball programs attempt to knock each other off in an exhilarating one-and-done style tournament that has garnered the ...

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  • Bears Clinch the ‘Big Dance’

    The Morgan State Bears earned the biggest win of their season when they defeated the South Carolina State University (SCSU) Bulldogs, 68-61, on March 13 to claim their second consecutive Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) championship and punch their ticket to the NCAA championship ...

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