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Virginia holds off Texas Tech in overtime for first NCAA national championship - Apr 8, 2019


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Virginia overcame a Texas Tech comeback in the second half and outlasted the Red Raiders in overtime to capture their first national men's basketball championship Monday, with an 85-77 victory in Minneapolis. De'Andre Hunter (6'7''-G-97) hit two critical threes with the Cavaliers on their heels late, both in regulation and in overtime, and his 27 points led the team. Star guard Kyle Guy (6'2''-G-97) had 24. Brandone Francis led the Red Raiders with 17, ]De'Andre Hunter nailed a three-point jumper to put Virginia up two with just over two minutes to go, spurring Virginia ahead for good. Ty Jerome (6'5''-G-97) drew a foul on a driving runner with about 40 seconds to go and nailed both free-throws, extending the Virginia lead to four. Brandone Francis (6'5''-G-95) attempted a three in response from the corner, but caught the front of the rim. Free throws from there sealed it for the Cavaliers. Matt Mooney (6'3''-G) had hit a pair of shots to score five points to open the extra period for Texas Tech, giving the Red Raiders a brief three-point lead with about three minutes left. The defensive-minded teams found their offensive flow at end of the second half, trading a handful of buckets in the final minutes. Facing a pressure-packed 1-and-1, Norense Odiase (6'8''-C-95) made both free-throw attempts to give Texas Tech a three-point lead with 20 seconds to go. But Virginia's De'Andre Hunter hit a clutch game-tying three on the other end of the court 10 seconds later. A last-second attempt by Texas Tech's Jarrett Culver (6'5''-G) was blocked. The Red Raiders first went ahead on Culver's driving layup with 35 seconds to go. The Cavaliers had held a lead as large as eight midway through the second half. Both schools were going for their first national titles backed by their hard-nosed defenses that were among the best in the nation. The result gives the NCAA Tournament its first first-time champion since coach Billy Donovan won it all with Florida in 2006. Texas Tech reached the Elite Eight for the first time last season and Virginia lost its previous two trips to the Final Four, in 1981 and 1984. The last time two teams who had never won a championship played in the title game was Michigan State against Indiana State in 1979. That's right, Magic Johnson vs. Larry Bird.
Courtesy of: wlox.com   




David
Jenkins
UNLV lands top transfer over Gonzaga, Oregon - 2 days ago
South Dakota State transfer David Jenkins (6'2''-G-98) announced over the weekend that he has committed to UNLV, following his former head coach to Sin City. 'I could not be more thrilled for the opportunity to continue coaching David,' head coach T.J. Otzelberger said. Otzelberger coached Jenkins at South Dakota State last season before taking over at UNLV this spring. 'He will quickly become a fan favorite here in Las Vegas because of his personality and his competitive drive. David is...   [read more]

Khavon Moore
Clemson lands Texas Tech transfer Khavon Moore - 5 days ago
On Thursday evening, Khavon Moore (6'8''-F-00) announced his transfer to Clemson. The former 247Sports high four-star small forward signed with Texas Tech in 2018 and became the Red Raiders' highest-ranked signee ever. 247Sports ranked the former Macon (Ga.) Westside standout as the No. 13 small forward and No. 64 overall prospect in the 2018 recruiting class. Stemming from reasons due to a broken leg suffered in January 2018, Moore (6-7, 215) played in just one game last season as a fres...   [read more]

Precious
Achiuwa
Memphis, Penny land commitment from second five-star prospect, Precious Achiuwa - 5 days ago
The transformation is complete. On Friday afternoon, Precious Achiuwa (6'9''-F-99), a top 15 prospect in the Class of 2019, announced that he has committed to play his college basketball at Memphis, joining one of the best recruiting classes in the country and affirming that Penny Hardaway will enter the 2019-20 season with a preseason top 10 team. Achiuwa, one of the top combo-forwards in the class and the kind of athlete that will make him an attractive player to NBA GMs, joins No. 1 pl...   [read more]


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