Sunday, March 1, 2009

Sunday Roundup

Great day of basketball today, as we get three top 25 match-ups back-to-back-to-back. But first, the late games from Saturday:

  • Washington State 51, Arizona State 49: Crazy finish to this one -

  • BYU 63, Utah 50: Jimmer Fredette scored 25 points as the Cougars cut Utah's lead in the MWC to one game. Lee Cummard filled the stat sheet as usual - 17 points, 7 boards, 4 dimes, 2 steals, and 2 blocks (including a great block on Luke Nevill).
  • Oklahoma State 68, Texas 59: The Cowboys really improved their NCAA tournament resume in upsetting the Longhorns at home. James Anderson had 16 points and Marshall Moses had 15 points and 16 boards.
  • Penn State 61, Indiana 58: Talor Battle had 16 points as PSU held on to beat Indiana and keep their tourney hopes alive.
  • Gonzaga 58, San Diego 47: The 'Zags finished another perfect season in the WCC.
  • Stanford 75, USC 63: Anthony Goods had 20 points as the Cardinal just about put an end the USC's tourney hopes.
  • Kansas State 77, Nebraska 72: Denis Clemente and Jacob Pullen combined for 32 points as the Wildcats got revenge for a 73-51 loss earlier in the season.
  • Pitt 89, Seton Hall 78: Sam Young had 29 points and 10 boards and DeJuan Blair, who was shaken up in the first half, finished with 9 points and 10 boards as the Panthers bounced back from a loss at Providence on Monday.
  • UCLA 72, Cal 68: Darren Collison had 16 of his 22 points in the second half as the Bruins stayed within a game of Washington atop the Pac-10.
  • Vanderbilt 96, South Carolina 83: AJ Ogilvy had 25 points as the Commodores jumped all over the the Gamecocks, who came in alone atop the SEC East.
  • Nevada 84, Utah State 71

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