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College Basketball Results: College Insider.Com Tournament

(CIT)

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM TUESDAY

In overtime, Fairfield 101-96 over George Mason

Marshall defeated Western Carolina, 90-88

Creighton 89-78 over South Dakota

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM WEDNESDAY

Appalachian State 93  Harvard 71

Missouri State beats Middle Tennessee, 87-79

Northern Colorado 81 Portland 73

Pacific at Loyola Marymount, late

College Basketball Results: College Basketball Invitational

(CBI)

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM TUESDAY

VCU 79 George Washington 73

St. Louis defeats Indiana State, 63-54

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM WEDNESDAY

Wisconsin-Green Bay surprises Akron, 70-66

Princeton slows down Duquesne, 65-51

Indiana U/Purdue U beats Hofstra, 74-60

College of Charleston 82 Eastern Kentucky 79

Morehead State 74 Colorado State 60

Boston U 96 Oregon State 78

College Basketball Results: National Invitational Tournament

(NIT)

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM TUESDAY

Connecticut escapes Northeastern, 59-57

N.C. State nudges South Florida, 58-57

UAB 65 Coastal Carolina 49

Texas Tech defeats Seton Hall, 87-69

North Carolina holds off William and Mary, 80-72

Mississippi State 81 Jackson State 67

Jacksonville at Arizona State, late

FIRST ROUND RESULTS FROM WEDNESDAY

Kent State upsets Tulsa, 75-74

Dayton beats Illinois State, 63-42

Cincinnati 76 Weber State 62

Virginia Tech bombs Quinnipiac, 81-61

Rhode Island beats Northwestern, 76-64

Mississippi 84-65 over Troy

Nevada 74 Wichita State 70

Illinois by 10, over Stony Brook, 76-66

Memphis squeezes by St. John’s, 73-71

LeBron and the Cavaliers add the Central Division Title and 2 more wins this week

compiled from staff and wire reports

The NBA’s best team, Cleveland just keeps piling up the victories.

Tuesday night in Auburn Hills, Michigan, everyone expected the Cavs to just run the Detroit Pistons off the court. But it was anything but that. Every point was hard to come by as the Cavs held off the Pistons, 113-101.

The first quarter ended in a tie. Detroit led by two at the half and by one at the start of the fourth quarter.

Anderson Varejao scored 9 points and 6 rebounds against Pistons (BE)

LeBron James had a tough shooting night, missing 10 of 15 shots from the field the first 3 quarters, but heated up in the 4th making 5 of 7 shots to help the Cavs take control.

James ended up with his fourth triple-double of the season: 29 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists.

CLEVELAND  99  INDIANA 94

The Cavaliers love to see the Indiana Pacers. In the last 18 meetings between to two Central Division rivals, Cleveland has won 16.

Wednesday night in Cleveland, it was deja vu for the Cavs as LeBron James scored 32 points, grabbed 9 rebounds and dished out 9 assists as he and his teammates clinched their second straight Central Division championship and third in the teams’ history.

The Cavs, now 54-15 became the first team to clinch its division. The Pacers have now lost 13 of their last 17 and nine straight on the road.

Cleveland blew an 18-point lead where the Pacers cut the deficit to one. But LeBron took over and in a 4-minute span, he had six points, two blocked shots, two steals and an assist.

LeBron scored 32 vs. Indiana (nba)

Indiana playing without their leading scorer Danny Granger, who did not make the trip due to problems with his right cheek, which was injured in the game against Charlotte on Tuesday night, was led by Roy Hibbert with 20 points and Troy Murphy’s 19 points and 15 rebounds.

Ohio State rewards Tressel by extending contract thru 2014

Jim Tressel pacing the sidelines (espn)

Ohio State University has rewarded football coach Jim Tressel with an extension of two years to his contract through the 2014 season.

The ninth-year head coach is 94-21 with the Buckeyes and makes $3.5 million a year, depending on incentives and additions. Coach Tressel will be 62 years old when the new extension runs out and one portion of the addendum provides Tressel with a university job as an associate athletic director if he steps down as football coach on good terms before his contract ends. He would then make $150,000 a year.

The Buckeyes are coming off an 11-2 season, a Big Ten Conference Championship and a victory over Oregon in the Rose Bowl.

All contracts and extensions have to be approved by the Ohio State board of trustees. Their next meeting is in May.

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