2013 NCAA Tournament: Live Round of 64 Coverage
That wraps up our coverage of the second day of the Round of 64. Stay tuned for more--we'll be covering every game of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
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No. 11 Minnesota gets a 83-63 win over No. 2 UCLA in Austin.
UCLA had 7 coaches in 28 years after John Wooden. Then it hired Ben Howland. If he's done after a decade, he did well— Dan Wetzel (@DanWetzel) March 23, 2013
Last game of the night: Minnesota has a 30 point lead over UCLA with under 4 minutes left. Watch it live
Kansas's 7-pt win vs Western Kentucky is smallest margin of victory by 1 seed vs 16 seed since... Gonzaga's 6-pt win vs Southern yesterday.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) March 23, 2013
Kansas recovers from a halftime deficit to avoid making history. They'll face UNC on Sunday.
Minnesota. Sharpie.— Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops) March 23, 2013
Brandon Harris' three that put Western Kentucky within four. Timeout Kansas.
Minnesota and UCLA game summary with 6:48 left.
McLemore makes two free throws to put the Jayhawks up seven with 33.6 seconds to go. Watch the finish here.
Minnesota up 15 on UCLA with seven minutes left.— Hays Carlyon (@HaysCarlyon) March 23, 2013
WKU's Jamal Crook misses the fastbreak layup that would have made this a three-point game. Kansas shooting free two throws.
Here's the thing: Kansas is up 55-50 on WKU, and it feels like they're up by 50 because of how bad the Hilltoppers have been— Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) March 23, 2013
Kansas leads by just five points with less than 2:00 remaining. Check out the dramatic finish here.
Western Kentucky is shooting just 14% from the field in the second half.
Western Kentucky is 4-of-28 in the half. Kansas just now getting a double-digit lead.— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) March 23, 2013
Withey, KU's all-time leading shot-blocker, has seven blocks so far tonight.
I salute WKU's courage in taking on Withey. Now stop taking on Withey.— John Gasaway (@JohnGasaway) March 23, 2013
George Fant, Western Kentucky's regular season leading scorer, has fouled out after 10 points.
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