2013 NCAA Tournament: Live Round of 64 Coverage
And that wraps up our first day of the Round of 64. Stay tuned for more--we'll be covering every game of the Tournament!
Also, click here for a live, interactive tournament bracket that features scores updated in real time.
Syracuse 81, Montana 34. 47 point margin tops VCU’s earlier 46-point win as largest margin of victory ever by a team not seeded 1 or 2.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) March 22, 2013
And the first day of the Round of 64 is over after Syracuse's 47-point beatdown over Montana.
Syracuse will move on to face Cal in the Round of 32.
All of Syracuse's walk-ons are on the floor, plus Dajuan Coleman.— Syracuse Basketball (@PSBasketball) March 22, 2013
Montana head coach Wayne Tinkle hugs some of his seniors on their final game as Grizzlies.
VCU’s NCAA record for margin of victory by non 1/2 seed is being threatened by Syracuse.— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) March 22, 2013
"They're only playing it out because they have to." -TruTV commentator covering this game. There's still 3:45 remaining.
Syracuse walk-on's were in at 6:09— Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) March 22, 2013
There's still one more game happening tonight, and it's not close. You can check out Syracuse-Montana here.
This about sums it up. No. 14 Harvard stuns No. 3 New Mexico 68-62 for the Crimson's first ever Tournament victory.
Harvard: 7 US presidents, 19 Supreme Court Justices, 46 Nobel laureates and now, 1 NCAA tournament victory— J.A. Adande (@jadande) March 22, 2013
New Mexico's Kendall Williams hits both free throws to put NMU within four. Check it out here.
New Mexico has been so ridiculously impatient on offense all night.— Will Brinson (@willbrinson) March 22, 2013
Harvard hits one-of-two free throws to go up by 5.
Harvard now out of timeouts. The plot thickens. Crimson up 4 with 48.4 seconds left.— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) March 22, 2013
Montana is 1-for-16 from 3point range.— Syracuse Basketball (@PSBasketball) March 22, 2013
New Mexico hits a 3 to make it a 5-point game with 1:29 left.
If Harvard wins, Arizona would face two of the shortest teams in the tournament in back-to-back games.— Ryan Fagan (@ryan_fagan) March 22, 2013
Michael Carter-Williams skies for the bank and we have a blowout on our hands.
95% of Tournament Challenge entries picked New Mexico to advance over Harvard. This game is has HUGE implications.— ESPN (@espn) March 22, 2013
Things are getting really interesting. Harvard is now up 6 with 4:30 left.
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