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2015 March Madness: Cleveland The Biggest Winner of Irish-Wildcats 68-66 Thriller

CLEVELAND –  In a nationally-televised nail-biting instant classic between the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats and the sentimental favorites in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday night, the city of Cleveland emerged the biggest winner. With celebrities in attendance such as LeBron James, Golden Globe-nominated actress and Kentucky Wildcats uber-fan Ashley Judd sprinkled through Quicken Loans Arena—or the Q, to the locals—Cleveland proved to be the place to be, as it was
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NCAA March Madness 2013: Did Quick Whistle Doom The Shockers?

Tonight one of the most ridiculous rules in college basketball is in the spotlight. With 8.8 seconds left Luke Hancock missed a free throw long and Wichita State Shockers' guard Ron Baker came down with the rebound. An alert Hancock got his hands on the basketball, which brought a whistle. The call on the floor, a jump ball. With the possession arrow favoring the Louisville Cardinals, Hancock's hustle helped keep possession of the ball. It's was an obvious quick
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NCAA March Madness : Craft’s Buzzer Beater Lifts Buckeyes Over Cyclones, Into Sweet 16

After struggling at the foul line, Aaron Craft would redeem himself when it counted most. Craft, who would miss two one-and-ones, would make a game winning three point shot—his only one of the game—with half a second left to help Ohio State defeat the Iowa State Cyclones 78-75 in the West regional in Dayton. Craft, would finish with 18 points, six assists and two steals. After a wild week of
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NCAA March Madness: So What If Marshall Henderson Chose To Drink

The no.12 seeded University of Mississippi pulled off a surprising win even after their best player Marshall Henderson started off ice-cold against no.5 Wisconsin going 1-13 from the field. Yet, that still didn't stop him from continuing to shoot and he ended up making five of the last eight shots he took and finished with 19 points. With Ole Miss not playing on Saturday, Henderson went out and celebrated the win that night by going