2001 NCAA Men's Tourney
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Second Round, Game by Game
East | Midwest | South | West
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(1) Stanford 90,
(9) St. Joseph's 83

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  • St. Joseph's G Marvin O'Connor
    37 pts, 15-20 FGs, 5-10 3s

    Even the Stanford fans gave a standing ovation when he fouled out.

    The Cardinal could not stop O'Connor no matter what they did, and the game was tied with 45 seconds left. Fortunately for them, the Collins put most of St. Joe's' post players in foul trouble, and Stanford hit 31 of 37 FTs. Stanford: Thursday vs. (5) Cincinnati

    St. Joseph's: Another season of Martelli the Magnificent.

    (5) Cincinnati 66,
    (13) Kent State 43


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  • Cincinnati F Jamaal Davis
    16 pts, 10 rebs, 8-9 FGs

    Crashed the boards, helping Bearcats to a 43-23 rebounding edge.

    The Trevor Huffman phenomenon lasted exactly one game, as UC held him to 2 of 11 shooting and seven points. Cincy, meanwhile, shot 54 percent for the game to easily end its five-year Sweet 16 drought. Cincinnati: Thursday vs. (1) Stanford

    Kent State: Coach Waters could be headed to Ann Arbor.

    (3) Maryland 79,
    (11) Georgia State 60

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  • Maryland F Lonny Baxter
    19 pts, 14 rebs

    Already at a size disadvantage, the Panthers had no answer for Baxter.

    The Terps played possibly their best defense of the season, limiting Georgia State to 30.8 percent shooting and holding star Shernard Long to four second-half points. Maryland: Thursday vs. (10) Georgetown

    Georgia State: Atlanta's most popular team comes home.

    (10) Georgetown 76,
    (15) Hampton 57

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  • Georgetown C Ruben Boumtje Boumtje
    8 pts, 9 rebs, 3 blocks

    Teamed with Wesley Wilson to slow down Hampton star Tarvis Williams.

    Hampton struggled to get off shots against the bigger, faster Hoyas, who also got nice offensive nights from Kevin Braswell and Nathaniel Burton. Georgetown: Thursday vs. (3) Maryland

    Hampton: A lifetime's worth of memories.

     

       
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