Sunday’s List of 13: Wrapping up a sports Saturday……

13) 12-2pm:
— Indiana 63, Michigan State 62— Indiana is 15-14; they swept the Spartans. Go figure.
— Kansas 72, Oklahoma State 67— OSU is 3-13 in Big X; bit of a red flag for Kansas.
— Florida State 78, NC State 73— Wolfpack still has work to do to make NCAAs. 

12) 2-4pm:
— Tennessee 71, Kentucky 52— Worst game Wildcats played since November.
— Texas 86, Iowa State 69— Cyclones are stumbling, losing four of last six games.
— Wofford 85, Samford 64— Terriers could be in NCAAs even if they lose in SoCon tourney. 

11) 4-6pm:
— Central Florida 69, Houston 64— Cougars’ first loss since January 9th.
— St Bonaventure 64, George Washington 58— Bonnies have won six in a row.
— Drake 73, Missouri State 62— Bulldogs lost five of top six scorers from LY, but are 23-8, 12-6 in Valley, with their third head coach in three seasons. 

10) 6-8pm:
— North Carolina 81, Clemson 79— Roy Williams collapsed in last minute of first half, didn’t coach the second half. He has had previous problems with vertigo.
— California 76, Washington State 69— Golden Bears started this weekend 0-13 in Pac-12, then swept the Washington schools.
— Air Force 80, Wyoming 72— Falcons are 8-8 in Mountain West; Pilipovich is a good coach. 

9) 8-10pm
— Georgetown 77, Seton Hall 71, 2OT— This game was fun to watch, but fact of matter is that neither team is very good. Teams combined to make 9-50 3-point shots. 9 for 50.
— Utah State 81, Nevada 76— Aggies are going to win the Mountain West; they were picked 9th in the preseason poll.
— Cincinnati 71, Memphis 69— Chippy, physical game; Bearcats’ PG Jenifer got tossed after leaving the bench after a scuffle almost broke out. 

8) 10pm-midnight:
— Utah State 81, Nevada 76— Aggies’ first win over a top 25 team since 2007. Seven players fouled out; a guy on Utah State drew four charges.
— Oregon 73, Arizona 47— Wildcats lost eight of their last 11 games.
— Orlando 20, Salt Lake City 11— AAF’s first-ever snow game. 

7) Upsets of the Day:
— Ohio U (+10.5) 73, Akron 49
— Georgia (+10.5) 61, Florida 55
— LMU (+8.5) 74, San Francisco 69
— Rutgers (+8.5) 86, Iowa 72
— Idaho (+8.5) 94, Sacramento State 90
— Central Florida (+8) 69, Houston 64
— Indiana (+8) 63, Michigan State 62
— Coastal Carolina (+6.5) 97, UL-Monroe 91

6) Conference tournaments start Monday, when the Atlantic Sun event tips off; Lipscomb and Liberty tied for first place during the regular season, so if someone other than those two wins this tournament, it’ll be off to Dayton for a play-in game. 

Three tournaments start on Tuesday:
5) Radford and Campbell tied for first in the Big South, with Gardner-Webb and Winthrop a couple games behind. Last four years, four different schools won this tournament. 

4) Horizon League has dipped a lot since Butler/Valparaiso left; Wright State and Northern Kentucky tied for regular season title- home team won both meetings this season. 

3) Patriot League tourney looks like a 3-horse race between Colgate, Bucknell, Lehigh; Bucknell won this tournament the last two years. 

2) Shortest guy that started for the Milwaukee Bucks last night was 6-8 Khris Middleton; other four guys are 6-11, 6-10, 6-10, 7-0. Someone on Twitter posted that the last time there was a taller lineup than this was in 2002, when the Dallas Mavericks had 7-6 Shawn Bradley, Raef LaFrentz, Dirk Nowitzki, Michael Finley and (surprisingly) Steve Nash. 

1) There was an incident after the Nevada-Utah State game; Nevada’s Jordan Caroline was VERY upset about something that happened after the game, and police had to keep him away from whomever he was mad at in the bowels of the arena. Not sure if  a fan grabbed him or one of the Utah State staff said something to him, but he was very, very unhappy. 

Author: Armadillo Sports

I've been involved in sports my whole life, now just write about them. I like to travel, mostly to Las Vegas- they have gambling there.