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5:03 PMWright St. at Penn St.Watch
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2:00 PMCincinnati at Ohio St.Watch
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3:00 PMUSA National Under-18 Team at Michigan StateWatch

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Quick Hit: McGary continues amazing breakout

Trey Burke scored just seven points, but Michigan used a balanced attack to dispatch Syracuse on Saturday night and advance to Monday’s national title game vs. Louisville. Tim Hardaway Jr. (13 points), Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III (10 points) carried the offensive load as Michigan helped John Beilein record his first victory over Jim Boeheim in 10 tries. [ GALLERY: View all the best shots from Michigan national semi victory ] Why Michigan won: Michigan needed to shoot well, hit the offensive glass and limit turnovers to win. And, it did two of those things well to earn the

Quick Hit: Marble couldn't get going

Iowa didn’t get Roy Devyn Marble going, and he was hampered by foul trouble in the first half, scoring just four points. And he didn’t get his first hoop in the second half until the 9:19 mark. Marble finished with six, hitting 3-of-12 shots and missing all four of his 3-pointers. But the junior had scored 24, 28, 24 and 21 in the previous four NIT games. [ BOX | AP RECAP | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] Key moment: After trailing 27-22 at halftime, Iowa cut Baylor’s lead to two, 27-25,

Quick Hit: All Michigan, all day today

Michigan raced to a 13-0 lead and led by as many as 24 points en route to dismantling Florida 79-59 on Sunday afternoon in the South Region final. With the convincing win, the Wolverines punched their ticket to the Final Four in Atlanta. Get BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart’s instant reaction to Michigan’s big-time win in this post. Why Michigan won: You name an area of the game, and Michigan dominated it in the opening half. So, the game essentially was over at that point. Michigan scorched the nets in the opening 20 minutes, hitting 51 percent of its shots

Quick Hit: Buckeyes go cold in Elite Eight

After winning the last two games over Iowa State and Arizona on last-second shots, Ohio State’s luck finally ran out. The Buckeyes dug themselves a hole they couldn’t dig out of vs. Wichita State and saw their 11-game winning skein and season end in the Elite Eight. Blame it on poor shooting, which plagued the Buckeyes most of the night, particularly in the first half. Ohio State missed its first seven shots and hit just two of its first 10. The Buckeyes shot 24 percent in the first half (8-of-33), trailing by 13 points at intermission—35-22. Wichita State built its

Quick Hit: Spartans can't overcome Duke

Coming in, most felt Duke needed to win the battle at the 3-point and free-throw lines, while the Spartans needed to win the clash in the paint. Which team could impose its will on the other? It was the Blue Devils. Scoring came much easier for Duke, which was propelled by the sweet shooting of Seth Curry, who tallied a game-high 29 points and hit 6-of-9 3-pointers. And the Blue Devils played good defense, especially in the second half. At one point, MSU went almost 14 minutes between field goals in the second half. The Spartans won the battle on

Quick Hit: Trey Burke shines on national stage

Time and again, Michigan looked dead in the water. But the Wolverines never stopped fighting, rallying from 14 points down to force overtime and win in the extra session. Trey Burke played like the national player of the year. He went 0-for-4 in the first half and didn’t score. But he came alive after intermission, scoring 23 points (five in OT) to save the day. For most of the game, Kansas utterly dominated in the paint, scoring its first 22 points of the game in the lane. In fact, the Jayhawks scored 34 of their 40 first-half points in the

Quick Hit: Another late trey keeps OSU alive

For the second game in a row, Ohio State needed a last-second shot to pull out victory. Aaron Craft did the honors vs. Iowa State in the third round. This time, LaQuinton Ross threw the dagger that killed Arizona to lead the Buckeyes to their 11th victory in succession. Read more about this game: [ BOX | AP  PREVIEW | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | RAPID RECAPS | B1G DUNKS ] Why Ohio State won: Ohio State never had come back from a double-digit deficit all season but did so tonight, trailing by as many as 11 points

Quick Hit: It wasn't pretty, but Indiana got it done

Sometimes a team just has to survive and advance. That was the case Sunday for East Region No. 1 seed Indiana, which trailed almost the entire second half before rallying in the final minutes to dispatch No. 9 seed Temple and advance to its second consecutive Sweet 16. Read more about the game: [ BOX | AP RECAP | NCAA BRACKET | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | B1G DUNKS ] Why Indiana won: It wasn’t pretty, but Indiana found a way to grind out a victory when it didn’t play its best. Often times, the Hoosier offense was discombobulated and

Quick Hit: Craft hits incredible winner

Ohio State is headed to its fourth straight Sweet 16, the program’s longest streak and the nation’s longest current streak. How did it get there? Simple: Aaron Craft. The junior hit a buzzer-beating trey to make up for a trio of late missed free throws and send Ohio State past Iowa State, 78-75. Read more about the game: [ BOX | AP RECAP | NCAA BRACKET | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | B1G DUNKS ] Why Ohio State won: Despite struggling late from the free-throw line and making some costly turnovers, Aaron Craft remain unmoved as the last few seconds

Quick Hit: Spartans imposed will on Tigers

For the fifth time in the last six seasons, Tom Izzo and Michigan State are headed to the Sweet 16. The Spartans clinched their latest regional semifinal berth by dispatching Memphis, 70-48, Saturday afternoon. Read more about Michigan State’s win: [ BOX | AP RECAP | NCAA BRACKET | SCORES | ALL PHOTOS | CONNECT | B1G DUNKS ] Why Michigan State won: This wasn’t pretty, but it was a methodical win for Michigan State, which used its muscle, size and mite to dominate in the paint with players like Derrick Nix and Adreian Payne. The imposing Spartans also imposed their will