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Postgame Interviews: Regional Final Saturday

31 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
After the games, we talk to guys who get it done. When you want to get it done, turn to Grainger — the one-stop shop for the ones who never stop. Grainger… for the ones who get…
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East Regional Final: (4) Syracuse 55 – (3) Marquette 39

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – For the first time since winning the school’s lone National Championship in 2003, the Syracuse Orange are headed back to the Final Four. With another suffocating defensive effort, Syracuse disposed of Big East rival and 3rd-seeded Marquette by a 55-39 final. The Orange’s 2-3 zone forced the…
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Marquette Interviews: Vander Blue and Buzz Williams

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
WASHINGTON, DC – Marquette has a chance to lay down a marker for the new Big East on Saturday when they take on a conference rival that won’t be one after this season in Syracuse. The Golden Eagles, who will be part of the new conference formed by the so-called…
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Syracuse Interviews: Jim Boeheim and Michael Carter-Williams

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
WASHINGTON, DC – With Syracuse and Marquette taking the floor with a spot in the Final Four on the line, the East Regional will be all about the Big East on Saturday afternoon. The teams met only once this year, with the Golden Eagles coming out 74-71 winners in Milwaukee…
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(3) Marquette vs. (4) Syracuse in Washington, D.C.

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Elite Eight tips off Saturday at 4 PM Eastern as third-seeded Marquette squares off with #4 seeded Syracuse. The two longtime rivals won’t be members of the same conference after this season, but for now, it’s an all-Big East affair with a spot in the Final…
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Boxed Out: Bill Frieder on the tournament’s first week

26 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
So there’s a 15 in the 16 (the Sweet 16, that is) as Florida Gulf Coast pulled off the biggest surprise in dominating both Georgetown and San Diego St. to advance. It was the seventh time a 15 beat a 2, but the first time that a #15 seed followed…
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