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NCAA Tournament Preview: Baylor vs. New Mexico State

The last of the Round of 64 will face off today in the already-exciting NCAA Tournament. The Baylor Bears (25-7) will take on the New Mexico State Aggies (28-5) today at 12:40 in the East region. #SicNMSU🗓 Friday⏰ 11:40am CT📍Tulsa, Okla.đŸŽ« https://t.co/VdMnmO1OJn✈ https://t.co/Vuv21AkfTj🏀 Tourney Central: https://t.co/PTVnkcnKVk pic.twitter.com/c1tCPZ7dFB — Baylor Basketball (@BaylorMBB) …

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Battle of Florida Schools

As the first day of the NCAA March Madness Tournament comes to an end, there was something very unusual that happened. Out of the 16 games that were played on Thursday, there were only two upsets. Those two upsets were: No. 12 Middle Tennessee State defeating No. 5 Minnesota and No. …

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Indiana Fires Tom Crean

After nine seasons with Indiana, head basketball coach Tom Crean won two Big Ten titles and qualified for four NCAA tournaments in the past six seasons, advancing to three Sweet 16s.  But to Indiana Athletic Director Fred Glass, that just isn’t enough. Glass announced Thursday that Indiana needs a “change …

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UCF Wins First NIT Game

The University of Central Florida grabbed their first win in the National Invitation Tournament(NIT) in program history after defeating Colorado University 79-74 yesterday in the CFE Arena in Orlando, Florida. The UCF Knights(22-11) will take on the top-seeded Illinois State Redbirds(28-6) on Monday, March 20th with hopes of continuing their run in the …

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NCAA Tournament Preview: Arizona – UND

The Arizona Wildcats (30-4) finished the 2017 schedule in a tie with Oregon as Pac-12 regular season conference champions. After being embarrassed 85-58 against the Ducks in the regular season, the Wildcats avenged that loss with 83-80 conference tournament championship victory over Oregon. Now, the West’s No. 2 seed will enter the Big …

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#4 Florida Takes Down #13 ETSU, 80-65, in Orlando, Will Face Virginia on Saturday

In a game of speed, it was the Gators’ talent that prevailed. The Florida Gators took down the East Tennessee State University Buccaneers, 80-65, in the Round of 64 in Orlando on Thursday evening. The Gators forced 17 turnovers and turned them into 20 points. Devin Robinson tied his career-high …

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