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NCAA Tournament—First Four: #11 Syracuse vs. #11 Arizona State

Syracuse Escapes Dayton with Win over Arizona State

Syracuse earned a 60-56 victory over Arizona State in Dayton on Wednesday night.

The Orange, who trailed 49-42 with 7:04 left after a three point basket by Kodi Justice, used an 8-0 run capped by an old fashioned three-point play by Oshae Brissett with 4:09 to go to take a 50-49 lead. 739 more words

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Brissett leads the Orange over the Sun Devils

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Syracuse Orange won their First Four game. The Orange defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils, 60-56, on Wednesday night at the University of Dayton Arena in Dayton, Ohio. 313 more words


March Madness: Syracuse fights off Arizona State in final First Four game

DAYTON, Ohio — Freshman Oshae Brissett had a double-double and led Syracuse’s second-half comeback, and the Orange — the last team to make the NCAA Tournament — held on for a 60-56 victory over Arizona State on Wednesday night in the First Four. 422 more words


Bobby Hurley: Turning Around ASU Hoops

April 9th, 2015 was the day the Arizona State Sun Devils men’s basketball team turned in the right direction. Athletic director Ray Anderson hired a name that was very popular around college basketball in  490 more words


March Madness Preview: Arizona State draws Syracuse in Play-In Game

For the past week and a half, Arizona State Men’s Basketball team and fans had no idea if the Sun Devils were going to make the NCAA tournament. 583 more words

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Weekend Recap: #14 Arizona State Softball Sweeps the Minnesota Golden Gophers

On Sunday, March 11th, Arizona State University’s softball squad wrapped up yet another fantastic weekend against the University of Minnesota. The Sun Devils battled the Golden Gophers in a three-game series which began on Friday. 311 more words

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Late Collapses Have Oklahoma & Arizona State Feeling Nervous

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – After being ranked in the top five earlier this season, Arizona State and Oklahoma suddenly find their NCAA Tournament hopes in question. 773 more words