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Published: Sunday, 3/23/2014 - Updated: 1 year ago

NCAA tournament roundups: 3/23

Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III (1) dunks during the first half of a third-round game against the Texas. Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III (1) dunks during the first half of a third-round game against the Texas.

Sweet victory for Michigan

To advance to the Sweet Sixteen, UM coach John Beilein needed his guards to play at the top of their collective game. It was less of a challenge and more of an understanding. Saturday at the Bradley Center, the No. 2 Wolverines turned to their bread and butter in a 79-65 win over No. 7 Texas in an NCAA tournament third-round game. READ MORE.

Irish’s title quest off and rolling

The majority of a crowd in excess of 4,000 showed up to watch unbeaten Notre Dame and its marquee backcourt tandem. They saw just as much of the team’s bench. Nobody on the top-seeded Irish needed to play major minutes Saturday in a 93-42 thumping of Robert Morris in an NCAA women’s tournament first-round game at the University of Toledo’s Savage Arena. READ MORE.

Sun Devils scorch nets to win

Arizona State’s 69-61 victory Saturday over Vanderbilt at the University of Toledo’s Savage Arena may have had a few blemishes, such as 19 turnovers. But when a team shoots 62 percent from the field, as the Sun Devils did in their NCAA women’s basketball tournament first-round game, all those imperfections are easily overlooked. READ MORE.



Notre Dame crushes Robert Morris

ASU tops Vanderbilt



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