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March Madness 2010 Sweet Sixteen Recap

Another great day of basketball for the last four games of the March Madness 2010 Sweet Sixteen. The game of the day turned out to be Tennessee vs Ohio State which was a great hard fought battle. That play though sure looked like a clear foul, there isn't any rule we are aware of that says it is OK to mug a guy on a last second shot. Would we have wanted the game to end on free throws, no way but you still have to call the game the right way at all times. We didn't have Ohio State going to the Final Four and the reason was what you saw on the court yesterday, Turner can play great but Ohio State doesn't have enough ammo on the rest of the team so if he is off for even a couple minutes in a game it is a problem. All Michigan State seems to do in March is win, coach Izzo clearly does his best work in March because this team didn't look like an Elite 8 team all year but they are after beating Northern Iowa 59 to 52. Michigan State even managed to win without star guard Kalin Lucas, junior guard Durrell Summers led the team with 19 points and 7 boards against the Panthers. In the other 2 games Duke and Baylor rolled over Purdue and St. Mary's, both teams are looking tough heading towards the Final Four.

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