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Dwayne Polee — we like your style.
Please don’t hate me for saying “selfie” in the headline. I was conflicted about it. I agonized over it. But you know what? It’s a self alley-oop. A self-alley. A selfie. What was I supposed to do?
Oh, and the Aztecs would beat the Bulldogs, 65-62.
It feels weird – a Friday morning with no NFL game from the previous night to discuss. Of course, given last Thursday’s game, maybe that’s a good thing. Still, Thursday night NFL became the new normal real quick. But we press on, buoyed by the presence of two marquee teams in last night’s NBA action… and the onset of bowl season. So without further ado, the latest edition of What Happened Last Night…
Kemba Walker was brilliant last night in leading UConn into the Elite Eight – he even sold foul calls better than anyone on the floor.
It took some quick action for TV sports reporter Ben Higgins to survive and advance in Tucson.
BYU guard Jimmer Fredette has played himself to near-mythical status in Provo, and his national profile is on the rise after he delivered his most high-profile scoring outburst yet against previously-unbeaten San Diego State last night.
Something had to give last night when unbeaten, No. 4 San Diego State faced off against one-loss, No. 9 BYU and its red-hot top player, guard Jimmer Fredette. San Diego State gave.
That’s what the field at San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium looked like yesterday. Today, as this is being written, they’re holding a game on that same field. How’d they manage that one, exactly?