Louisville’s Magical Run Just Had to End With an NCAA Championship
Louisville withstood a 17-point first-half performance by Spike Albrecht and 24 points from Player of the Year Trey Burke. In fact, Burke was only the second player to score at least 20 points against the Cardinals all year! Louisville definitely played great defense, but it was the Cardinals’ offense that really spurred them to victory. Luke Hancock had yet another incredible game, leading his team with 22 points, including four three-pointers in a 90-second span. His performance capped a perfect day for Rick Pitino, who was named to the Hall of Fame the morning before the game. Needless to say, it was a perfect ending for Louisville.
Meet Eastern Washington's Tyler Harvey
He's been described as the "unlikely" player to lead the NCAA in scoring, but Eastern Washington's Tyler Harvey catches up with Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler to talk about how he has become such a talented shooter, what his team needs to do to nab the Big Sky's automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament and whether he prefers Tyler Perry or Steve Harvey. Read More
Duke Impressive in Huge Win Over Wake Forest
The ACC Network's Tim Brant and Dan Bonner break down #3 Duke's impressive 94-51 win over Wake Forest. The Blue Devils went out to a 31-5 lead and never looked back. Brant and Bonner talk about Grayson Allen, who scored a career-high 27 points, as well as Duke's prospects heading into the UNC game Saturday and the postseason. Read More
Miami vs Pittsburgh | 2014-15 ACC Men's Basketball Highlights
In a battle of ACC bubble teams, Miami went on the road and got a crucial victory over Pittsburgh 67-63. Sheldon McClellan led the Canes with 20 points, as Miami moves to 19-11 (9-8 ACC) on the season and Pitt falls to 19-12 (8-9 ACC). Read More