Thursday, January 19, 2006

Wednesday Recap

NC State-Duke
The Wolfpack played great at Duke, but had closing stretch similar to the one they had against North Carolina. That might be a problem for them down the road against good teams.

Clemson-Miami Fl.
These two teams are going in opposite directions and this game proved it. Clemson to the NIT and Miami Fl. To the Big Dance.

Georgia Tech-Wake Forest
Nice win for the Demon Deacons after three straight losses. Georgia Tech is a little short on wins right now, but have an easy schedule by ACC standards in their next 6 before playing NC State, at UNC, at Maryland, and Duke in an 11 day stretch.

Pitt-Rutgers
Rutgers played well at the RAC again, but the team with superior talent won again.

Wisconsin-Ohio St.
Ohio St. had a great rebound victory after losing to Michigan St. in double overtime on Sunday.

Texas A&M-Kansas St.
The Aggies close to their first road win but lost again. Kansas St. has done enough to be in the field right now.

Memphis-Tennessee
Tennessee gave Memphis a great test, but the Tigers were the better second-half team tonite.

Manhattan-Marist
Manhattan’s lose probably ends any slim at-large hopes that they had.

Wis. Milwaukee-Detroit
Chris Hill’s lay-up with two seconds left keeps the Panthers in line for a possible at-large, but they shouldn’t need it.

Colorado St.-UNLV
Colorado St.’s at-large hopes are quickly fading as they fall to 1-3 in conference play.

USC-UCLA
The Trojans were never in this one and the Pac-10 has only two sure things for March at a time when the Big Ten has 5 or 6.

LSU-Mississippi St.
LSU just keeps raking up the good wins.

South Carolina-Vandy
A bad loss for Vandy at home in overtime to one of the worst two teams in the SEC.

Arkansas-Alabama
Alabama improves to 3-0 without Chuck Davis. Their wins have come at Auburn, at Kentucky, and Arkansas.

Nevada-Fresno St.
These Wolf Pack are having some serious WAC road woes and have to get them fixed or else they might be looking at the NIT.

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