Sunday, March 18, 2012

Ohio sweet 16

  • NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Walter Offutt and Ohio are moving on in the NCAA tournament. Step aside, VCU. Enjoy your memories, Butler. The Bobcats are well on their way to becoming the mid-major darlings of this March Madness.
  • (Cincinnati.com)
  • NASHVILLE (USA TODAY) — Despite giving away size and muscle at every position, Ohio University moved on the the Sweet 16 last night as the Bobcats solved South Floridas intimidating defense, 62-56.
  • (Courier-Post)
  • and Ohio University, a big school with a small, but no longer unknown, basketball program. According to STATS, this will be the first time since 2003 that 14 teams from the six major conferences have made the Sweet 16.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Walter Offutt scored 21 points and D.J Cooper added 19 to lead No. 13 seed Ohio past No. 12 South Florida 62-56 in a third round NCAA Tournament game at Bridgestone Arena on Sunday night.
  • (Nashville Tennessean)
  • Ohio's ready to become the latest mid-major darling of and the Bulls missed out on a shot at being the only team from the first four games to advance to the Sweet 16.
  • (News-Herald.com)
  • 13th-seeded Ohio advances to the Sweet 16 and will face the Midwest Regions top seed, North Carolina, on Thursday in St. Louis.
  • (Sun Sentinel)
  • Schemes rarely win ballgames, though. Players do. Gonzaga had the edge early, taking a 27-20 lead because the Zags played better. In the first half pretty much everything worked out real well, Gonzaga forward Elias Harris said.
  • (Cleveland Plain Dealer)
  • And not next Friday night, either, when the Bulls can only watch as Ohio (29-7) – and not USF – faces No. 1-seeded North Carolina in the Sweet 16 in St. Louis. Im done, my college career is done, said Bulls senior Ron Anderson Jr.
  • (Tampa Bay Online)
  • COLUMBUS, OHIO North Carolina is going to have a little basketball get-together under the Gateway Arch. N.C. State continued its unlikely run through the NCAA tournament as an 11 seed with a 66-63 win over third-seeded Georgetown Sunday.
  • (CharlotteObserver.com)

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