Two No. 15 Seeds Upset No. 2 Seeds In First-Round Of Men’s NCAA Tournament

Yesterday was Upset City in the Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament. No. 15 Lehigh upsets No. 2 Duke 75-70 and No. 15 Norfolk St. upset No. 2 Missouri 86-84. Both wins made history as far as biggest upsets on the same day.

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UCONN In Final Four

Freshman, Kemba Walker was the main reason that UCONN won the way it did last night. He dropped 23 points with 5 rebounds and five assists in the 82-75 victory over Missouri last night. UCONN is headed to the final four to play the winner of Louisville and Michigan State, who are currently playing right now on CBS.

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MISSOURI ELIMINATES MEMPHIS

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After the start and halftime score, it looked like the only way Memphis could come from behind is everyone playing stronger defense and straight up scoring. Missouri was up by 13 at the half and looked on its way to the elite 8. When the lead was up to 24 points it just got worse for Tyreke Evans and the Memphis Tigers. Missouri’s J.T. Tiller scored 23 points as the battle of the tigers went Missouri’s way and in doing so ended the 27-game winning streak for Memphis. The final score was 102-91. Tyreke, you are not ready for the NBA, please to not leave college!

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A Wacky Wednesday In College Basketball: 2/04/09

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This whole season in college basketball started off predictable, with the top teams always doing good and with a few surprise teams stepping up their games. Well, the last two months there has been a lot of upsets and unpredictable outcomes. Last night was another one of those nights. First, No. 10 Clemson blew out No. 3 Duke 74-47 in the first game since 1996 that Duke has scored less than 50 points. The University of Miami upset No. 6 Wake Forest in a blow out, 79-52. Also, Missouri upset No. 17 Texas 69-65. There were other games but these were the shockers in college basketball.

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