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Posted: Sunday March 19, 2000 11:06 PM

Second Round, Game by Game
East | South | Midwest | West
(8) North Carolina 60,
(1) Stanford 53

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  • North Carolina PG Ed Cota
    7 pts., 10 ast., 6 reb.

    Senior leader excelled in the half-court and made everything work for UNC.

    The Tar Heels controlled the tempo from the beginning, severely and severely frustrated Stanford's outside shooters, who made only six of 21 three-pointers. North Carolina: Friday vs. (4) Tennessee

    Stanford: A long off-season of "what-ifs?"

    (7) Tulsa 69,
    (2) Cincinnati 61

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  • Tulsa PF Eric Coley
    16 pts., 16 reb., 4 blocks

    A monster on the board who hit the undermanned Bearcats where it hurt most.

    Cincinnati actually controlled the game for over 30 minutes, but Tulsa had a 12-0 run early and a 13-0 run late. Tulsa: Friday vs. (6) Miami

    Cincinnati: Whine about seeding to someone who cares.

    (6) Miami 75,
    (3) Ohio State 62

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  • Miami SG Johnny Hemsley
    9-16 FG, 24 pts.

    Hemsley has Hurricanes moving on up after another solid outing.

    The Hurricanes advanced to the regional semifinals for the first time ever and prevented Ohio State from reaching its second consecutive Final Four. Miami: Friday vs. Tulsa

    Ohio State: Start planning a game with Cincinnati.

    (4) Tennessee 65,
    (2) Connecticut 51

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  • Tennessee PG Tony Harris
    18 pts.

    Much more consistent in first two rounds after shaky last few weeks of regular season.

    Connecticut got only 13 minutes from Khalid El-Amin and it showed. Tennessee: Friday vs. North Carolina

    Connecticut: Follow UConn women through the NCAA tournament.

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