Sunday, January 22, 2006

Weekend in Review

Duke-Georgetown
The Blue Devils really rushed during the last few minutes of the game and JJ Redick was the only one who could get his shot. Only 6 Blue Devils are getting major minutes so that might lead to tried issues at the end of games and as the season wears on. Georgetown might have punched their dance ticket after this game.

Florida-Tennessee
Tennessee has two huge wins this year over Texas and now the Gators. Bruce Pearl is the Coach of the Year right now.

Pitt-St. John’s
The Red Strom capped off an excellent week to go along with their home win over Louisville as they try to ensure themselves a spot in the Big East tournament.

North Dakota St.-Wisconsin
Wisconsin has really struggled in their last two after two of their four main reserves have either been suspended or left the team for personal reasons. Brian Butch has also been hobbled by an ankle injury.

GW-Charlotte
Charlotte continues to play well on the road but struggle at home.

Texas A&M-Iowa St.
The Aggies finally got a road win and Iowa St. is really struggling at home.

South Carolina-Kentucky
Kentucky has needed last second shots to beat UCF and South Carolina, two average teams at best as Kentucky’s SEC problems continue.

Uconn-Louisville
Louisville has nothing close to a good win right now after Uconn blew them out.

BC-Miami Fl.
The Eagles escaped Miami with an ACC road win, but they still don’t deserved to be ranked.

Iowa-Michigan St.
Michigan St. crushed a sure NCAA team by 30. The Spartans look like a good pick for the Final Four.

Wake Forest-NC State
NC State had a great comeback and showed they can play well at an up-tempo pace.

Western Kentucky-South Alabama
The Hilltoppers take back control of the Sun Belt and still have a chance for an at-large berth.

Houston-UAB
The Cougars continue to fall apart as UAB looks like they will be dancing.

West Virginia-UCLA
Jordon Farmar looked healthy, but Mike Gansey looked like an All-American.

Syracuse-Villanova
The Orangemen have no depth as Villanova jumped out to a huge lead and hung on by making their foul shots.

Central Michigan-Buffalo
The Bulls have really struggled in MAC play and they look done for an at-large bid after losing to C. Michigan at home by 10.

North Carolina-Florida St.
Florida St. jumped out to a big early lead, but North Carolina made a good comeback to stop their losing streak at two.

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