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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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West Regional Final: (9) Wichita State 70 – (2) Ohio State 66

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LOS ANGELES, CA – Their nickname has offered an apt description of their NCAA Tournament run, but perhaps it’s time to pay Wichita State their highest compliment yet. They’re going to the Final Four, and it’s nothing to be shocked about. After building a 20-point lead in the second half,…
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Ohio St.’s Aaron Craft on facing Wichita St.

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LOS ANGELES – Have you noticed a pattern yet with the Ohio St. Buckeyes? The scenario is simple, tied late with the ball in junior point guard Aaron Craft’s hands. The results, different but equally effective. In one game, Craft took matters into his own hands and in the other,…
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Wichita St.’s Gregg Marshall on his team’s run to the Elite Eight

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LOS ANGELES – Pardon the obvious play on words, but how about the shocking run of Wichita St. to the Elite Eight? The Shockers finished runners up to Creighton in the Missouri Valley Conference in both the regular season and in the conference tournament – but they’ve turned it on…
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(2) Ohio St. vs. (9) Wichita St. in L.A.

30 March 2013 Comments are off for this post.
LOS ANGELES – Way out west, it’ll be two teams from the middle of the country taking the court with a spot in the Final Four on the line Saturday at the Staples Center. Second-seeded Ohio St. will have a chance to reach back-to-back Final Fours after LaQuinton Ross’s heroics…
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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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