Saturday, March 22, 2008

March Madness: Saturday Live Blogging & Streaming Updates

Back for Day Three of Live Blogging and Updates!!!


It should be an entertaining day throughout; with Duke and WVU tipping off early and plenty of action continuing well past midnight.

Drew Neitzel and the Spartans are official 'dangerous' after an impressive W over Pitt.
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...Completed Games...

East Region

The Cougars had every answer for Big East Player of the Year Harangody, who did have 22 rebounds.
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#4. Washington State 61
#5. Notre Dame 41 [Final Score]
Holding the Irish to 41 points!? These Cougars are a legit threat in Charlotte.

Midwest Region

Is their a more talented duo OUT of this tournament than Beasley & Walker?
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#3. Wisconsin 72
#111. Kansas State 55 [Final Score]
Trevon Hughes, not Michael Beasley, was the story on Saturday afternoon.

#1. Kansas 75
#8. UNLV 56
[Final Score]
Jayhawks were just too much. Is their path to the Elite Eight the bracket's easiest?

South Region

Both Lopez twins had big-time performances Saturday evening.
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#3. Stanford 82
#6. Marquette 81 (OT)
[Final Score]
A battle of wills took place at the Honda Center that went into OT. What a game! What an ending! (Especially when you win AFTER your coach is tossed before halftime!)

#4. Pittsburgh 54
#5. Michigan State 65 [Final Score]

A team with senior leadership, impact big-men, wing scorers, and a proven coach will be a brutal out in the second weekend.

West Region

John Flowers and WVU are Sweet Sixteen bound after being last season's NIT Champs.
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#2. Duke 67
#7. West Virginia 73 [Final Score]
The Mountaineers dominated the second-half (+11) behind double-doubles from Joe Alexander (22 & 11) and Joe Mazzulla (13, 13, & 8).

#3. Xavier 85
#6. Purdue 78 [Final Score]
Watching Xavier's Stanley Burrell play defense is a work of art.

#1. UCLA 51
#9. Texas A&M 49 [Final Score]

Questionable officiating plagued this game in my opinion. Collison was very clutch late.

Drew Lavender's health definitely has held up through the first two rounds of tournament play.
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Hope you enjoyed it!!!!

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