NCAA Basketball Top Ten Recap

10. Saint Louis (24-2)

Jordair Jett had 25 points and 8 assists in a 89-85 overtime victory over George Mason.

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NCAA Basketball Top Ten Recap

10. Cincinnati (22-3)

Sean Kilpatrick had 26 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists in a 63-58 victory over UConn.

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2012/2013 NCAA Football Bowl Results

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Sweet 16 Preview

(4) Wisconsin vs (1) Syracuse

The loss of Fab Melo has not seem to hurt the Orange much yet. Both of these teams can shoot the three well as Syracuse shot 67 percent in their win over Kansas State. Wisconsin won a grind it out game against Vanderbilt led by Jordan Taylor’s 14 points, 3 assists and 2 rebounds. The Badgers will have their hands full inside with Rakeem Christmas and Kris Joseph who had 16 combined rebounds in their 3rd round win. The Orange must take better control of the basketball against a very good Wisconsin defense, who forced Vanderbilt to turn it over 12 times. The inside presence and the depth of the bench will lead the Orange to the elite 8.

Syracuse 72, Wisconsin 65

Rakeem Christmas's inside presence could be an issue for the Badgers.

(4) Louisville vs (1) Michigan State

The biggest issue going into this game for the Cardinals will be finding a way to stop Draymond Green. Green had 16 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists against St. Louis. Gorgui Deng had a nice game scoring 6 points and grabbing 10 rebounds in their win over New Mexico, but will need to stay out of foul trouble guarding Green. Kyle Kuric can help on the boards, slip out and shoot the three and at 6’4 he is a match-up nightmare for the Spartans guards. The battle between Keith Appling and Peyton Siva will be fun to watch as they both are very athletic and can score. When it gets to this point in the tournament Tom Izzo just gets more out of his teams than most, the Spartans move on.

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2012 NCAA Tournament Schedule/Results

South Region:

(1) Kentucky (33-2) 81, (16) Western Kentucky(16-19) 66

(8) Iowa State (23-10) 77, (9) UConn (20-14) 64

(12) VCU (29-6) 62, (5) Wichita State (27-6) 59

(4) Indiana (26-8) 79, (13) New Mexico St (26-10) 66

 (11) Colorado (24-11) 68, (6) UNLV (26-9) 64

(3) Baylor (28-7) 68, (14) South Dakota St (27-8) 60

(10) Xavier (22-12) 67, (7) Notre Dame (22-12) 63

(15) Lehigh (27-7) 75, (2) Duke (27-7) 70

West Region:

(1) Michigan State (28-7) 89, vs (16) LIU Brooklyn (25-9) 67

(9) St Louis (26-7) 61, (8) Memphis (26-9) 54

(5) New Mexico (28-6) 75 , (12) Long Beach State (25-9) 68

(4) Louisville (27-9) 69 vs (13) Davidson (25-8) 62

(6) Murray State (31-1) 58, (11) Colorado State (20-12) 41

(3) Marquette (26-7) 88, (14) BYU (26-9) 68

(7) Florida (24-10) 71, (10) Virginia (22-10) 45

(15) Norfolk St (26-9) 86, (2) Missouri (30-5) 84

East Region:

(1) Syracuse (32-2) 72, (16) UNC Asheville (24-10) 65

(8) Kansas State (22-10) 70, (9) Southern Mississippi (25-9) 64

(5) Vanderbilt (25-10) 79, (12) Harvard (26-5) 70

(4) Wisconsin (25-9) 73, (13) Montana (25-7) 49

(6) Cincinnati (25-10) 65, (11) Texas (20-14) 59

(3) Florida State (25-9) 66, (14) St Bonaventure (20-12) 63

(7) Gonzaga (26-6) 77, (10) West Virginia (19-14) 54

(2) Ohio State (28-7) 78, (15) Loyola Maryland (24-9) 59

Midwest Region:

(1) North Carolina (30-5) 77, (16) Vermont (24-12) 58

(8) Creighton (29-5) 58, (9) Alabama (21-12) 57

(12) South Florida (22-13) 58, (5) Temple (24-8) 44

 (13) Ohio (28-7) 65, (4) Michigan 60

(11) NC State (23-12) 79, (6) San Diego State (26-8) 65

(3) Georgetown (24-8) 74, (14) Belmont (27-8) 59

(10) Purdue (22-12) 72, (7) Saint Mary’s (27-6) 69

(2) Kansas (28-6) 65, (15) Detroit (22-14) 50

3rd Round

(1) Syracuse (33-2) 75, (8) Kansas State (22-11) 59

(2) Ohio State (29-7) 73, (7) Gonzaga (26-7) 66

(3) Marquette (27-7) 62, (6) Murray State (31-2) 53

(4) Wisconsin (26-9) 60, (5) Vanderbilt (25-11) 57

(4) Indiana (27-8) 63, (12) VCU (29-7) 61

(1) Kentucky (34-2) 87, (8) Iowa State (23-11) 71

(3) Baylor (29-7) 80, (11) Colorado (24-12) 63

(4) Louisville (28-9) 59, (5) New Mexico (28-7) 56

(11) NC State (24-12) 66, (3) Georgetown (24-9) 63

(1) Michigan State (29-7) 65, (9) St Louis (26-8) 61

(1) North Carolina (31-5) 87, (8) Creighton (29-6) 73

(7) Florida (25-10) 84, (15) Norfolk State (26-10) 50

(13) Ohio (29-7) 62, (12) South Florida (22-14) 56

(10) Xavier (23-12) 70, (15) Lehigh (27-8) 58

(2) Kansas (29-6) 63, (10) Purdue (22-13) 60

(6) Cincinnati (26-10) 62, (3) Florida State (25-10) 56

Sweet 16

Thursday March 22nd

(1) Syracuse (34-2) 64 , (4) Wisconsin (26-10) 63

(4) Louisville (29-9) 57,  (1) Michigan State (29-8) 44

(2) Ohio State (30-7) 81, (6) Cincinnati (26-11) 66

(7) Florida (26-10) 68, (3) Marquette (27-8) 58

Friday March 23rd

(3) Baylor (30-7) 75, (10) Xavier (23-13) 70

(1) North Carolina (32-5) 73, (13) Ohio (29-8) 65 (OT)

(1) Kentucky (35-2) 102, (4) Indiana (27-9) 90

 (2) Kansas (30-6) 60, (11) NC State (24-13) 57

Elite 8

Saturday March 24th

(4) Louisville (30-9) 72, (7) Florida (26-11) 68

(2) Ohio State (31-7) 77, (1) Syracuse (34-3) 70

Sunday March 25th

(1) Kentucky (36-2) 82, (3) Baylor (30-8) 70

(2) Kansas (31-6) 80, (1) North Carolina (32-6) 67

Final Four

(1) Kentucky (37-2) 69, (4) Louisville (30-10) 61

(2) Kansas (32-6) 64, (2) Ohio State (31-8) 62

National Title Game

(1) Kentucky (38-2) 67, (2) Kansas (32-7) 59

 

 

 



Meyer New Ohio State Coach

Urban Meyer has been named the new Ohio State football coach. Meyer began his coaching career with Bowling Green in 2001, coaching for 2 years before heading to Utah and Florida. He resigned at Florida in 2010 after battling health problems. Meyer has a 104-23 record with 2 National Championships. He was born in Ashtabula, Ohio and played defensive back at Cincinnati.

Meyer got his start with Bowling Green in 2001.

Led Utah to a Fiesta Bowl berth and undefeated season in 2004.

Won 2 National Championships in 2006 and 2008.