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Bracket Watch - Indiana loses in overtime to Penn State

2:00 PM ET, March 9, 2008, Bryce Jordan Center, University Park, PA
Penn State rebounds from a demorilizing loss at Wisconsin to upset Indiana at the Bryce Jordan Center in overtime 68 to 64. David Jackson of Penn State tied the game to send it into overtime on a 3 point play. Freshman forward Bryce Jackson led Penn State with a double double scoring 13 points and getting 10 rebounds. Phenom freshman Eric Gordon led Indiana scoring with 26 points in the loss. The win helps a Penn State team dominated by freshman in the starting 5 recover from a bad loss to Wisconsin this weak. For Indiana the loss damages there seeding in the NCAA tournament, Indiana could be looking at a 5 or 6 seed now in the dance. Vote in our new poll for what seed Indiana will be dancing with.

1 comment:

  1. Hoosiers suck. They lean on Gordon, and if he's just "average" on a given night, they're toast.

    Watch them get bounced by Purdue in the semifinals of the Big Ten tournament, if they can win Friday night. They'll be out on the NCAA on the first weekend, too. I just hope a deserving team gets matched up with the most underachieving team in the country. A Cinderella team with chemistry deserves to take the Hoosier scalp this year.

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