NMSU up 7 at half. Haven't seen much but sounds like Aggies shooting well-over 50%, Stanford not shooting well. Had wondered if Aggies quickness on perimeter would bother Stanford, don't know if that is the case. See what adjustments are made and how 2nd half goes. Will Aggies hold on or have a similar 2nd half Aggie men had yesterday???
Halftime: NMSU 38 Stanford 31
It's hard to watch with wraparound coverage on ESPN2. Anyone have a streaming link?
On direct tv it is on channel 791. They have set up 4 channels on direct to show some games-788-791. Don't know if the same for other satellite or cable companies.
Stanford has tied it up halfway thru 3rd. 10-2 run gave them a lead, but Brooke Salas hit a 3 to regain lead. Stanford tied it on a shot in the paint. Be interesting to see if Lobo frosh coming in have the quickness Trakh has recruited.
Quinipiac upsetting Marquette so far, up 9
Aggies one point lead starting 4th
Stanford up 5, 4 minutes left
Stanford wins 2nd half 41-26 to win by 8.
Quinnipiac upsets Marquette by 3
The aggies played well. Just couldn't guard the bigger posts in the 2nd half. They probably deserved a better seed than 15, but they also got a break to play Stanford at Kansas State where all the fans would be pulling for them.
Is the PAC-12 a bit over-seeded? Oregon State pulled out a 1-point win yesterday.
I usually love upsets, but would have liked to see Marquette go deeper since we play them next year.
Sounds like Marquette had a poor 1st half they could not dig all the way out
Several upsets and near upsets today. None yesterday. Different day. Boise State coming up next.
I found Boise State on DISH 146.
Halftime: UCLA 44 Boise State 27. They're just over-matched athletically. But they've still missed a lot of shots they could have made.
Another rough post season for MWC. This league is just not very good right now. And it doesn't help when lousy teams result in lousy seeds. It's hard to advance when you are always breaking from the 13 or 14 hole.
Kelly Graves' Oregon team going down to the wire against Temple. A final four contender the next few years with the talented freshman class. A few freshmen playing a lot.
83-56 < minute left. This was never a contest.
UCLA has a bunch of McDonald's All-Americans, #1 recruiting class a few years ago. The playing field isn't going to get level anytime soon.
Boise State got blitzed out of the starting gate, but never quit and looked closer to being competitive after the 1st quarter.
Florida Gulf Coast might have beaten Miami if the referees didn't swallow their whistles in the last seconds. The winning basket should have been a charge. Then on the last play of the game a FGC player was fouled on the throw-in without a call.
UCLA's attendance was pathetic. Looked like less than 1000. Washington on the other hand has a full house.
Cal over LSU in a tight one. Texas A&M comes from 21 behind, down 17 after 3rd, to win I think by 3.
Watched the last part of Texas, NC St. Good game but a couple late questionable calls late helped Texas. Over 50 fouls called and 4 NC St players fouled out.
I was watching CSU and they had whistle-happy referees too.
Other than UConn, Quinnipiac was the only team not in a P5 conference or Big East to win a game this year in the tournament. That's discouraging.
Big win for Kelly as the 10th seeded Oregon Ducks knock off 2nd seeded Duke. Tennessee loses for the 1st time in the 2nd round as Louisville advances. Washington-Oklahoma a high scoring 1st qtr, Washington up 27-22.
Stanford over Kansas St by about 20.
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