John Gillon rushed the paint and chucked the ball across his body to Nichols in the corner who flushed the final shot. Nichols hit all three of Boeheim’s Army’s threes in a late offensive spring.
John Gillon & Co. draw headline status in the fifth summer tournament on the road to the $2-million prize the winner earns in August.
The four Final Four classes are still alive, but now they’ve got some serious competition to make the Sweet 16.
Jay Wright has put together some great teams over the years and recruited some of the games best players. But he relies on them just as much as they rely on him.
With UDelaware hiring Martin Ingelsby that likely keeps Miami's Chris Caputo in the 305 for at least another year.