NCAA Tournament schedule: Tennessee needs OT to punch Round of 64 card

The Volunteers rallied from a slow start to beat the Hawkeyes, 78-65, in overtime of the final First Four game in Dayton on Wednesday. Earlier Cal Poly cruised past Texas Southern, 81-69.

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Tennessee, Cal Poly advance to the Round of 64

The Volunteers forced overtime with Iowa, distancing themselves from the Hawkeyes in the extra period. Tennessee will play UMass, while upstart Cal Poly plays Wichita State.

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Rocky Top slam against Iowa

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Tennessee is biting and clawing to hang with Iowa. Josh Richardson didn't need any funny business, however, sneaking past the Hawkeyes' defense for a huge slam.

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TROMBONE RAGE in the Iowa band

This kid should consider percussion.

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Cal Poly wins play-in game, faces Wichita State

Cal Poly proved all the detractors wrong as it put up a solid offensive team effort to advance past the First Four.


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Complete First Four schedule for Wednesday

The First Four got underway on Tuesday, marking the official start of the NCAA Tournament. Here's the complete schedule for Wednesday.

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