NCAA Tournament 2011 Bracket Update: Texas San-Antonio Defeats Alabama State, Advances To Play Ohio State

The Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners have won their play-in game by a score of 70-61 over the Alabama State Hornets and advance to play Ohio State on Friday. Melvin Johnson III cooled off in the second half, scoring just four points after dropping 25 in the first half, but his teammates Jeromie Hill and Devin Gibson chipped in with double digit scoring performances.

It looked like UTSA were going to run away with the game after a dominant first half performance, but Alabama State were much better in the second half. Their containment of Johnson was key, but in the end, the deficit was too much to make up. 

Both teams shot well under 50 percent from the field as a team, and that's certainly not going to get the job done against Ohio State. If UTSA wants to avoid being embarrassed in the first round, Johnson is going to have to put together a complete performance.

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Updated 2011 NCAA Tournament East region bracket and schedule:

No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 16 Texas-San Antonio, March 18 at 4:40 pm ET on TNT

No. 8 George Mason vs. No. 9 Villanova, March 18 at 2:10 on TNT

No. 5 WVU vs. No. 12 Clemson, March 17 at 12:15 on CBS

No. 4 Kentucky vs. No. 13 Princeton, March 17 at 2:45 on CBS

No. 2 UNC vs. No. 15 Long Island, March 18 at 7:15 on CBS

No. 7 Washington vs. No. 10 Georgia, March 18 at 9:45 on CBS

No. 3 Syracuse vs.No. 14 Indiana State, March 18 at 9:57 on TruTV

No. 6 Xavier vs. No. 11 Marquette, March 18 at 7:27 on TruTV

Need help picking your bracket? Check out SB Nation's full 2011 NCAA Tournament bracket predictions, picking every game of March Madness, or our region by region breakdowns for the East RegionWest RegionSoutheast Region, and Southwest Region.

Did your team miss the 2011 NCAA Tournament? We have you covered: check out the 2011 NIT bracket.

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