The KFC Yum! Center in Louisville made NCAA Tournament history Thursday, becoming the first arena to host a trio of games decided by a single point, according to STATS.
Siyani Chambers scored 11 points, including five straight in the final two minutes, and 12th-seeded Harvard won its second NCAA tournament game in history, upsetting Cincinnati 61-57 Thursday.
The Bearcats (8-2, 5-1 AAC) gained 619 yards in total offense, including 422 in the first half when they jumped to a 38-7 lead.
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Brendon Kay threw two touchdown passes to Travis Kelce, and caught one from the big tight end on a trick play as Cincinnati beat Connecticut 34-17 on Saturday.
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Savon Huggins ran for a career-high 179 yards as Rutgers defeated Cincinnati and improved to 9-1.
The Syracuse Orange snapped their winning streak as they fell to 35-24.
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The Bearcats are starting to get monumental play from senior big man Yancy Gates but the Seminoles’ quartet on the baseline of Okaro White, Bernard James, Xavier Gibson, and Jon Kreft will be all over him from the opening tip.
Louisville withstood a closing run by Cincinnati for a 50-44 victory Saturday night that gave the Cardinals their second Big East tournament championship.
Neither first-time finalist Cincinnati nor seventh-seeded Louisville was in the league eight years ago. But they’ll be front and center Saturday night when they play for the conference crown at Madison Square Garden.