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Big Ten Eliminated, VCU Continues Run

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Just like the majority of bowl seasons in football, the Ohio State Buckeyes failed to beat an SEC team.  In this case, it was the Kentucky Wildcats that knocked off the tournament’s top seed.  Ohio State had to be feeling confident when senior guard Jon Diebler stepped up and nailed a contested three to tie the game with 20 seconds left.  Kentucky answered on their next trip down the court and Ohio State bricked their final jump shot opportunity to finish a bucket behind.  The John Calipari led Wildcats will go on to play the second seeded North Carolina Tar Heels in the elite eight.  With the loss of Ohio State, Kansas becomes the tournament’s only #1 seed remaining.

In the Cinderella game between FSU and VCU the teams played even and ended up in overtime. In the end, VCU survived by a single point after making a basket with just 7 seconds left.  Many of the experts have now spent the past week eating their words on why VCU should not have been in the field.  With this win, that harassment will continue for at least two more days.  VCU will certainly have their hands full though as they get to face Kansas in their next match up.

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