jueves, febrero 22

No. 4 UCLA struggles but overcomes Cal

Josh Shipp scored 22 points and Lorenzo Mata added 14 to lead a second-half comeback in UCLA's 85-75 victory over California on Thursday night that extended the fourth-ranked Bruins' home winning streak to 19 games.
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Late layup seals Oregon's upset of WSU

Freshman Tuajan Porter scored 21 points and Aaron Brooks made a layup with 12.9 seconds left to seal No. 23 Oregon's 64-59 victory over ninth-ranked Washington State on Thursday night.
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Loyola of Chicago upsets No. 15 Butler

Blake Schilb scored 28 points, Tracy Robinson hit five free throws in the final 36 seconds and Loyola of Chicago held off No. 15 Butler 75-71 Thursday night for its first victory over a ranked opponent in 21 years.
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Memorable Moment No. 4: Bo's lefty tribute is right on

One lefty foul shot was a perfect tribute to Hank Gathers, but Bo Kimble didn't stop there. He took it all the way to the Elite Eight. Bo's throws are No. 4 on Gary Parrish's list of NCAA tourney Memorable Moments.
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Memphis routs Rice, clinches 2nd straight C-USA title

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Pitt's Gray may miss Georgetown battle

Pitt center Aaron Gray still isn't practicing because of a sprained left ankle, and coach Jamie Dixon said Thursday it is unlikely he will play in Saturday's key Big East game at Georgetown.
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Illinois' mascot Chief Illiniwek makes final appearance

The student who had just performed Chief Illiniwek's last dance stood in a tunnel just off the basketball court, still in costume and grimacing to fight back tears.
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McKay out as New Mexico coach at season's end

New Mexico basketball coach Ritchie McKay will be fired at the end of the season, the school said Thursday.
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NC State coach released after brief hospital stay

North Carolina State basketball coach Sidney Lowe was released from a hospital on Thursday, a day after leaving the game against No. 5 North Carolina with dehydration and flu-like symptoms.
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Drive to 65: Moments of brilliance

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New Mexico to let go coach after season

New Mexico coach Ritchie McKay's contract will be terminated at the end of the season, the Associated Press learned Thursday.
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NC State coach released after brief hospital stay

North Carolina State basketball coach Sidney Lowe was released from a hospital on Thursday, a day after leaving the game against No. 5 North Carolina with dehydration and flu-like symptoms.
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N.C. State coach released from hospital

North Carolina State basketball coach Sidney Lowe was released from a hospital on Thursday, a day after leaving the game against No. 5 North Carolina with dehydration and flu-like symptoms.
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Ruling a sorry league doesn't always lead to an apology

Dozens of teams have Jekyll and Hyde tourney projections, but Memphis is singled out. Why? Some think the champ of a lousy league can't dance long. Gary Parrish says the idea is worth belching, er, scoffing at.
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No. 21 BYU extends home win streak to 30

Keena Young scored 16 of his 24 points in the second half and No. 21 Brigham Young won its eighth in a row by beating Colorado State 76-67 on Wednesday.
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No. 20 Cardinals too much for Red Storm

Terrence Williams scored 16 points, grabbed four rebounds and had four assists as No. 20 Louisville rolled to a 72-48 win over listless St. John's on Wednesday.
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Twelfth-ranked Hoyas claim 10th straight

Jeff Green scored 21 points and had a tone-setting block Wednesday night, helping No. 12 Georgetown extend its winning streak to 10 games with a 75-65 victory over Cincinnati.
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Hurricanes upset 24th-ranked Cavaliers

Jack McClinton scored 14 points, including two late 3-pointers to help Miami defeat No. 24 Virginia 68-60 Wednesday.
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Aggies finally notch win in Gallagher-Iba

Acie Law IV scored 19 points and freshman Donald Sloan added 15 as No. 8 Texas A&M handed Oklahoma State its most lopsided home defeat in nearly three decades in a 66-46 blowout Wednesday night.
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Salukis claim MVC regular-season crown

Tony Young scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half to help No. 13 Southern Illinois beat Indiana State 58-50 and win the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title outright on Wednesday.
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Illini hit 20-win mark, send off Chief in style

Warren Carter scored 18 points Wednesday night to pace a second-half surge, leading Illinois to a 54-42 win over Big Ten rival Michigan.
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Lofton, Vols dump 25th-ranked Tide in OT

Chris Lofton scored 20 points, JaJuan Smith added 16 and Tennessee rallied to beat No. 25 Alabama 69-66 in overtime Wednesday.
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