Skylar Spence, “Can’t You See”
from The Prom King album released on September 18, 2015
A 40-25 run in the second half did in the Zags, although Kyle Wiltjer put on a shooting exhibition for most of the first half leading all scorers with 18 points.
The difference, as Jay Bilas said numerous times on ESPN during the telecast–was Arizona’s defense. The Wildcats limited Gonzaga to one shot and one shot only and made some big plays inside down the stretch to wear out the vaunted Gonzaga front line.
The final score was 68-63, but felt more like a 20 point margin the way that Sean Miller dictated shortly after halftime.
Kansas survives major struggle against Harvard
What a close shave win for Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk Nation at the Phog Allen Fieldhouse.
Harvard tied the game with less than five minutes to go in the second half, but in the end Kansas had way too much experience. But this was a good measuring stick game for Harvard in every conceivable way, losing only by six 75-69.
Harvard slumps to 2-6, while Kansas is poised to take over a Top 5 ranking again come Monday racing to a 6-1 start.
Your new number one, Tom Izzo and Michigan State–who easily dumped Binghamton University in East Lansing earlier today.
If any other upsets occur, you will read about it here.
Please enjoy the rest of your day.