It’s been thirty years since they won an Oscar or an SEC title. Writes Graham: Mathies making good on coach’s prediction
A chance to be one of the best players in the nation.
That’s how Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell described what the future might hold for A’dia Mathies not long before her sophomore season began. Almost two seasons later, her exact place on such an inexact list remains up for debate, but she is the go-to player on the first Kentucky team to win an SEC regular-season title in her lifetime. It’s a pretty good label in its own right.
I wouldn’t call it a “roll,” but it was a win over UNC that sent Duke to the outright ACC crown. Oh, and I can see why coach Hatchell is so concerned by physical play.
Virginia finishes up their first regular season under coach Boyle with a 66 -57 win over Florida State and a 9-7 ACC record.
26 in a row for the Blue Hens. No pressure….
Middle Tennessee finishes up the regular season perfect in the Sun Belt.
UTEP wasn’t so lucky, and the Owls pulled away in the second, sending the Bulldogs to their first loss in the C-USA.
In the battle of the Washingtons, it was the Huskies over the Cougars.
OK, what happened to the Shockers? Somebody? Anybody?
Redbirds came back in the second to send it OT, but it was Missouri State who came out the winners in the end, 80-76. They’re also 13-3 in the MVC.
South Carolina pulled away from Arkansas in the second half — both teams finish 10-6 in the SEC.
Take away Lucas’ 24pts and Penn State loses by 1. Fortunately, the Gophers aren’t allowed to do that.
Ohio State tried, but they couldn’t stop Nebraska freshman Emily Cady.
Come the second half, it was no contest: Dawgs over Tigers.
There was plenty of emotion, and the Vols finished up the regular season right: 16pt victory over Florida.
ESPN has its Championship Week results, bids link up.
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