COLLEGE BASKETBALL FINAL FOUR MARCH MADNESS

Michigan State, Auburn Advance To The Final Four

NCAA MARCH MADNESS SPECIAL

March 31st, 2019

 

Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament, Auburn’s 77-71 win over Kentucky

Watch the Final Five Minutes and Overtime From The Tigers’ Win over Kentucky

Kentucky forward PJ Washington talks about UK’s 77-71 loss to Auburn in the Midwest Region final of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on Sunday, March 31, 2019. Washington scored a game-high 28 points in the loss.

 

Auburn – Kentucky Press Conference

Kentucky's Reid Travis, left, walks as Ashton Hagans puts an arm around Keldon Johnson as their loss becomes clear as Wildcats fell to Auburn 77-71 Sunday afternoon in the Elite Eight. March 31, 2019

Reid Travis, left, walks as Ashton Hagans puts an arm around Keldon Johnson as their loss to Auburn becomes clear. (Photo: Matt Stone/Courier Journal)

The moment they finally realized it was over, with about 9 seconds left, the five of them were still on the court.

They’d been there out a while – through an overtime without substitutions, most of the second half, all of crunch time. Much has been asked all along of these five Kentucky players, and they’d won 30 games.

But this time, they’d barely lost. That was apparent as they slowly walked to the other end of the court, awaiting Auburn foul shots, shoulders sagging, heads down, completely spent. (Read) By , Louisville Courier Journal

Duke – Michigan State Elite 8 First Half Highlights

Michigan State’s thrilling 68-67 win over Duke in the Elite 8

Clutch Three To Give Michigan State The Lead

Watch The Last Seven Minutes of Duke – Michigan State

Michigan State – Duke Press Conference

Michigan State players begin to celebrate their win over Duke at the end of the NCAA men's East Regional final college basketball game in Washington, Sunday, March 31, 2019. (AP Photo}

Michigan State players begin to celebrate their win over Duke at the end of the NCAA men’s East Regional final college basketball game in Washington, Sunday, March 31, 2019. (AP Photo)

Kenny Goins hit a three-pointer with 34.3 seconds remaining as Michigan State overcame a 24-point, 14-rebound performance by Zion Williamson to defeat top overall seed Duke, 68-67, in the East Regional Final Sunday evening in Washington, D.C.

R.J. Barrett, one of Duke’s three phenomenal freshmen, had a chance to tie the game with 5.2 seconds to go, but made only one of two free throws after Goins’ clutch shot put MSU up 68-66. Cassius Winston, Michigan State’s star man with 20 points and 10 assists, was able to dribble out the clock after receiving the ensuing inbounds pass and send the Spartans to Minneapolis. (Read) By  Samuel Chamberlain | Fox News

 

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