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NCAA Tournament Starts With Two Comeback Wins

If the rest of March Madness is going to be like the first two games of the NCAA Tournament, this should be a fun few weeks of college basketball.

BYU rallies from 25 points down to stun Iona 78-72 as Noah Hartsock scores 23 points for the Cougars who now advance to play third seed Marquette in the NCAA West Regional.

Western Kentucky advances to a second round game with South Region top seed Kentucky on Thursday after nipping Mississippi Valley State 59-58 Tuesday.   The Hilltoppers, the only team in the NCAA Tournament with a losing record, got the win in front of President Obama and others in Dayton, Ohio.

 

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