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NCAA TOURNAMENT: West Regional First Round, Murray State pulls the upset

Danero Thomas Murray State (MSU)

Murray State celebrates the upset (MSU)

compiled from staff and wire reports

Murray State was in a timeout and head coach Billy Kennedy was drawing up a play that his Racers had never used before. The star of the team, Isaac Miles was the go-to-guy. Second option was, B.J. Jenkins and the third option was Danero Thomas who ended up taking the shot that made him a hero forever in Murray State basketball history.

Thomas hit  a 15-foot jumper as time expired, and the 13th-seeded Racers upset number 4 seeded Vanderbilt 66-65 Thursday in San Jose, California.

It was the first NCAA Tournament win in 22 years for the 31-4 Racers. Vanderbilt bows out of the tournament at




The Butler Bulldogs of the Horizon League, beat UTEP Thursday in San Jose, California. Shelvin Mack had a career-high seven-three point baskets and scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half leading 5th-seeded Butler to an easy win. They rallied from a 6 point halftime deficit.

Shelvin Mack Butler (BU)

The Bulldogs, 29-4 have won their 21st straight game to extend the nation’s longest active winning streak.

The Miners, from Conference USA, ends the season at 26-7.

Jimmer Fredette scored 37 points, including a pair of 3-pointers in double overtime, to seal the win for BYU (30-5), over 10th seeded Florida in Oklahoma City.

The Cougars ended a streak of seven straight first-round losses in the tournament.

Florida, who rallied from a 13-point second half deficit, ends the year at 21-13.

Jimmer Fredette of BYU (wfe)


27-7 Kansas State overcame a shaky start in Oklahoma City to beat 15th-seeded North Texas. Denis Clemente led the way with 17 points, 6 assists helping the #2 seed Wildcats move into the second round.

Denis Clemente Kansas State (KSU)

North Texas doomed itself with 31 percent shooting, ends the year at 24-9.

NCAA TOURNAMENT: Midwest Regional First Round, Ohio upsets Georgetown

Armon Bassett Ohio (ou)

compiled from staff and wire reports

Everybody always says that the Mid-American Conference has no respect nationwide because they can’t win the big games in the NCAA Tournament. Well, at least on Thursday, the MAC showed if they have their game shoes on, they can beat anybody and in this case, the Georgetown Hoyas of the Big East Conference.

The 14th seeded Ohio University Bobcats pulled off one of the tournament’ all-time upsets, dominating number 3 Georgetown in Providence, Rhode Island, 97-83. The win over Georgetown was Ohio’s first in the NCAA Tournament since they upset Illinois in 1983 in the first r

The 22-14 Bobcats started this unbelievable run of five straight games, since the beginning of the Mid-American Conference Tournament as the number 9 seed that they’ve had their game shoes on.

They beat one of the Kings of the Big East in Georgetown, who was picked by all the media experts to make a deep run in the NCAA Tournament. Ohio wasn’t going to let those experts tell them they couldn’t beat the Hoyas.

Ohio started shooting from 3-point range, let by Armon Bassett’s 32 points and freshman D.J. Cooper with 23 leading the way. Bassett,  a junior transfer from Indiana, has scored a whopping 148 points in the last five games.

The Bobcats were 13 of 23 from 3-point land with Cooper making 5 of 8 and Bassett going 5 of 10. From the middle of the first half, the Bobcats turned a one-point deficit into a 25-18 lead and they never let the Hoyas closer than seven. The lead grew in the second half to 63-44, the largest of the game. Georgetown ends the season at 23-11.

Ohio now turns it’s attention to Saturday when it’ll play 6th seeded Tennessee, who advanced by beating 11th seeded San Diego State, 62-59.


Northern Iowa beat UNLV in Oklahoma City on a clutch shot by  Ali Farokhmanesh and will be moving to the NCAA second round for the first time in 20 years. Northern Iowa moves to 29-4.

Ali Farokhmanesh Northern Iowa (UNI)

Farokhmanesh hit a long-distance 3-pointer with 4.9 seconds left to lift  ninth-seeded Northern Iowa to a 69-68 win over the 8th seeded Rebels who end the season at 25-9.


Lehigh (22-11), making their fourth NCAA appearance, had a memorable day staying with Kansas and trailing only by 6 at halftime in Oklahoma City.

Marcus Morris Kansas (KU)

But Kansas showed why they are the overall #1 seed by using balanced scoring and depth to pull out the win.

Marcus Morris led the way with 26 points and Sherron Collins chipped in 18.

Melvin Goins made his fourth three-point goal with 19 seconds left, helping 6th seeded Tennessee (26-8) to victory over the Aztecs in Providence, Rhode Island.

J. P. Prince Tennessee (UT)

Goins and J.P. Prince finished with 15 points apiece for the Volunteers. San Diego State ends the season at 25-9.

Melvin Goins Tennessee (UT)


Reds' Infielder Aaron Miles (wfe)

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Cincinnati Reds figure to have a pretty good bench this year. Eventhough the roster hasn’t been finalized, it’ll probably be Aaron Miles, Chris Dickerson, Ryan Hanigan, Paul Janish, Miguel Cairo, Wladimir Balentien and Laynce Nix.

With the Reds’ trading away of centerfielder Willy Taveras and his $4 million dollar salary, it made it possible for them to add a solid utilityman in Aaron Miles. Miles will make $2.7 million but it is worth it because he can play all over the field except pitcher and catcher.

Rockies 1b Todd Helton (wfe)

Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton, who ranks 44th all-time in doubles with 509, could pass several Hall of Fame members during the 2010 baseball season. Those will include Rickey Henderson(510), Joe Cronin (515), Willie Mays (523), Ted Williams (525), Frank Robinson (528), Lou Gehrig (534), Al Simmons (539), Joe Medwick  and Dave Winfield both at (540), Rogers Hornsby (541), Harry Heilmann (542) and Tony Gwynn (543).

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Joe Torre has changed his mind about 2010 being his last year as a mamager.  He says if his health is good and the Dodgers want him to stay, he would.

Dodgers Manager Joe Torre (LAD)

Torre enters the final season of a three-year, $13 million dollar contract signed on November 7, 2007. Dodgers hitting coach Don Mattingly, who came with Torre from the New York Yankees, is the manager in waiting.

Torre enters 2010 with 2,246 wins and 1,915 losses in 28 years as a manager.  His teams have reached the post sesason for 14 consecutive seasons and have won a division title in 11 of his last 12 seasons, including two consecutive NL West titles in his first two seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Week 5 for NASCAR: Bristol Motor Speedway on March 21

Bristol Town Sign (wfe)

After a week off, the NASCAR circuit is ready get back on the track.

This week, the site is Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee. Located in Sullivan County and directly across the stateline  from its twin city of  Bristol, Virginia has a population of 24,821.

It is the birthplace of  singer and actor Tennessee Ernie Ford. It’s recognized as the birthplace of country music by Congress in 1998. Also, known as the best known site of first commercial recordings of country music of Jimmie Rodgers, the Carter Family and Uncle Charlie Osborn.

This week’s race is the Food City 500 and will be broadcast by Fox-TV. Leading up to the race, Sprint Cup qualifying will begin on March 19 and the Nationwide Scotts Turf Builder 300 will began on March 20.

Seating 160,00 fans, Bristol has sold out 55 consecutive Cup races since 1982, the longest streak currently in NASCAR.

Known as “Thunder Valley”, this concrete track with the tall grandstands was resurfaced in 2007. Banking now is transitional, going down 26 degrees at the bottom of the turns to 30 degrees at the top. On the straightaways, it goes 5 to 8 degrees.

Bristol Motor Speedway (bms)

Kyle Busch dominated the 2009 Food City 500, leading 378 of the 503 laps, and held off Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin for the win. Jimmie Johnson led 88 laps and finished third; Jeff Gordon, Kasey Kahne and pole-sitter Mark Martin were next across the line.


Teemu Selanne Anaheim Ducks (wfe)

Earlier this week, Anaheim Ducks star, Teemu Selanee scored the 599th goal of his illustrious career. It came in a 4-2 home win against Western Conference rival, the San Jose Sharks.

Selanne also had another milestone in the game. By assisting on Lubomir Visnovsky’s goal, Selanne now has the 646th of his career, breaking a tie with Bobby Orr for 57th place. Orr played in only 657 games, compared to Selanne’s 1,174.

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