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Cal State Northridge down by 1 on Memphis, Cat State is shooting free throws the rest of the way for the 1st half and there is still 12 min. to go, they are relentless attacking the basket, Evans and Dozier with 2 fouls each - sportsline.com has all the games for free, good quality if you upgrade to silverlight or something - that's free as well

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Memphis looks awful. They are not just playing bad, they are playing very lazy, uninspired basektball. They can get away with that against Northridge, but against a good team they are down 12-15 points right now.

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This game is the best of the day so far, Butler game pretty good also. HAHA Memphis down 6!

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Perfect so far, but I have MSST over Washington as one of my upsets, so I'm on a bit of a limb there.

I swear, every year I start out perfect, sometimes I even have a good first day, and then it's all downhill from there.

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AU up by 10 at halftime vs. 3 seed Villanova. And people Still pick at MD losing to AU last season.

Btw, MD crushed AU this season.

Watch those Big 12 teams drop like flies.

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AU up by 10 at halftime vs. 3 seed Villanova. And people Still pick at MD losing to AU last season.

Btw, MD crushed AU this season.

Watch those Big 12 teams drop like flies.

MD losing to American last year will never be acceptable or not embarrassing. American could win the championship this year and that game will still forever be a complete joke.

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AU up by 10 at halftime vs. 3 seed Villanova. And people Still pick at MD losing to AU last season.

Btw, MD crushed AU this season.

Watch those Big 12 teams drop like flies.

I was going to bring this up but Mackus is right. There's no excuse for that loss.

If Morgan wins tonight, there might be an argument over that loss, but not American last year.

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American starts 5 seniors...Figure they shouldn't get rattled down the stretch here.

Remember, they beat MD last year and gave Tennessee a game last year in a 15/2 game.

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American starts 5 seniors...Figure they shouldn't get rattled down the stretch here.

Remember, they beat MD last year and gave Tennessee a game last year in a 15/2 game.

I don't know, the way the game is going now I think Nova will win by 10 or so. American looks really rattled in their half-court offense.

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