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NCAA TOURNAMENT: South Regional, Sweet 16 Friday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports


At Reliant Stadium, Houston, Texas

The Baylor Bears make the Elite 8 field seven years after the program was almost dropped due to scandal. The world’s largest Baptist university will play Duke on Sunday. The Bears are 28-7.

LaceDarius Dunn leads Baylor (BU)

St. Mary’s, the tiny school from Moraga, California, only shot 35 percent from the floor.


At Reliant Stadium Houston, Texas

Duke is in the Elite 8 as their record moves to 32-5. The Blue Devils will play Baylor on Sunday.

Purdue not having Robbie Hummel in this game. JaJuan Johnson scored 23 points and 5 rebounds.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: Midwest Regional, Elite 8 Friday Results

compiled from staff and wire reports


At the Edward Jones Dome,  St. Louis, Missouri

The Spartans always seem to make a deep run into the NCAA Tournament as expected. Even without Kalin Lucas, the team continues to win games.

Raymar Morgan leads the Spartans (MSU)

In the first half, they were 7 of 22 from the field and Northern Iowa led 29-22 at the half.

Michigan State proved to be too athletic for Northern Iowa who exits the tournament at 30-5.

Buffalo Sabres clinch playoff spot; Goalie Lalime wins 200th game

compiled from staff and internet  reports

The Buffalo Sabres routed the Tampa Bay Lightning Saturday night, giving the team its first playoff berth since 2007.

Patrick Lalime (Buffalo)

Goalie Patrick Lalime  picked up the 200th win of his career. Lalime, who was 0-4-1 with a no-decision since posting win  number 199 against Pittsburgh on December 29, became the 66th NHL goalie to reach the milestone. He made 22 saves in shutting down the Lightning who have Vincent Lecavalier and  Martin St. Louis as their star players and can score goals at will.

Lalime’s teammate, Jason Pominville, with a goal and two assists, surpassed the 300-point milestone for his career.

After a 4 year run, International Bowl closes up shop

compiled from staff, wire and internet reports

The International Bowl (creative commons/wfe photo)

The International Bowl is folding after failing to renew its contract with the Big East Conference. Bowl president Don Loding says that the bowl could be brought back in the near future.

The only bowl game played outside the United States, matched a Big East school against a Mid-American Conference opponent for the past four years. The Big East now has an agreement to send a team to the new Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.

The Big East Conference won all four games over the Mid-American Conference teams. South Florida’s 27-3 win over Northern Illinois on January 2 drew the bowl’s lowest attendance 22,000-plus fans at Toronto’s Rogers Centre. In 2009, Connecticut beat Buffalo in front of 40,184 fans.

Tennessee beats Ohio State, 76-73 to advance to the Elite Eight

compiled by the staff

Back on January 1 of this year, not much was expected of the Tennessee basketball program for the rest of the season. Their leading scorer Tyler Smith was dismissed from the team. Then to make matters worse, Brian Williams, Cameron Tatum and Melvin Goins were suspended after a gun and marijuana wer found during a traffic stop.

Then a few days later, they upset number 1 Kansas and Tennessee turns their season around and are one win from the Final Four.

Brian Williams scored the go-ahead basket on a tip-in with 32 seconds left, and J.P. Prince was relentless on Evan Turner, blocking a desperation 3-pointer at the buzzer Friday night to lead the Volunteers over Ohio State 76-73 in St. Louis. The win propels Tennessee into the Elite Eight for the first time ever.

Evan Turner scored 31 points (osu)

#2 seeded Ohio State had won four of its five meetings against the Volunteers, but last night was a lost opportunity. With Kansas, Georgetown and Maryland all eliminated, the Buckeyes had a chance to advance further.

Wayne Chism finished with 22 points, 18 in the second half with 11 rebounds to fuel the Volunteers to the win.

Evan Turner, singlehandedly carried the Buckeyes with 21 of his 31 points being scored in the second half.  William Buford was the only other Ohio State player in double figures with 15 points. Jon Diebler struggled going 1 for 7 from 3-point land.

As usual, Evan Turner was asked if he was coming back for his senior year to play with Jared Sullinger and the other top-notch recruits. “I can’t give you a percentage right now, I really don’t want to go out like this,” he said.

Every Buckeye fan would hate to see Evan Turner leave for the NBA  because if he comes back to play with the new recruits, Ohio State could end up being better than this year’s 29-8 team.  Next year coach Matta should be able to play more than 2 substitutes a game off the bench. Lack of quality substitutions hurt Ohio State against Tennessee.

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