From upsets to acrobatics, the opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament has already created a number of memorable moments. Here are some of the most memorable moments captured. Baylor Shocked No. 3 Baylor led by […]
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CBS Local Sports’ writers Bryan Altman and Ryan Mayer breakdown the best parts of the first weekend of NCAA Tournament action and look ahead to the Sweet 16.
Facing a deficit and a fired-up Dayton team, fueled by its fans who packed the house again, Oklahoma went on lockdown.
TaShawn Thomas powered his way to 18 points inside and versatile Buddy Hield added 15 to lead third-seeded Oklahoma past Albany 69-60.
The clock’s counting down and the game’s tied. Advancing or getting knocked out of the NCAA Tournament comes down to one final possession. Every coach knows who they want to have the ball.
The Big 12 spent all season puffing out its chest. The league pointed to its RPI, that mercurial number that only seems to take on meaning in March, and the number of teams it had in the Top 25 as evidence of its superiority.
All five Texas teams that made it into the 68-team NCAA tournament field were eliminated on Thursday. Texas, Baylor, SMU, Stephen F. Austin and Texas Southern all were beaten.
Jakob Poeltl had 18 points and eight rebounds, and fifth-seeded Utah celebrated its return to the NCAA Tournament by holding off Stephen F. Austin for a 57-50 victory on Thursday night.
SMU’s locker room was eerily quiet, with team managers folding jerseys and clothes in the middle as players sat at their stalls trying to digest the ending of a heartbreaking 60-59 loss to UCLA.
In the NCAA’s way of thinking, Dayton was technically the visiting team on the scoreboard and in its road uniforms. The 12,592 screaming fans in the arena thought otherwise.
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