Better start reading because the clock has already started.
Wait, this isn’t East Lansing.
A “timing error” prevented - potentially - FGCU from getting a better look at a buzzer-beating game winner against Michigan State. It would have been a massive upset, but in the end may be much ado about nothing. The Eagles, however, shouldn’t be overlooked as they’ve been competitive (and then some) with MSU and Florida without Marc-Eddy Norelia.
Here’s more on that much-talked-about finish and other Sunday action:
Sparty won a nail-biter against Florida Gulf Coast after a bizarre final sequence.
A "timing error" occurred at the end of Sunday night's game between Michigan State and Florida Gulf Coast leaving everyone confused and no one to blame.
For the seventh time in as many tries, the University of Rhode Island came up short against the nation’s No. 1 team.
So yeah, a neat scheduling quirk will arise soon as Northern Iowa and Xavier are set to meet once more on the 26th. With how close these teams played one another, expect there to be intrigue abound even with the matchup taking place in Cincinnati.
With the college hoops season now less than two months away, let's take a look at what awaits in November. Yes, all of those big events and mini tournaments.
After an opening-round loss to Clemson, Davidson got as much out of the eight-team Tire Pros Invitational as it could get.
Through its first two games of the season, the Lehigh men's basketball team had twice been on the wrong end of a down-to-the-wire battle.
The Colorado State Rams are still trying to find themselves and the indefinite suspension of Gian Clavell definitely isn’t helping. This game against the Stanford Cardinal was an opportunity for a good test of team chemistry.
The Chattanooga Mocs (3-2) fell short in a 73-67 loss to Arkansas State (4-1) in the championship game of the mainland bracket of the Maui Invitational. The main culprit was an unusual one for the Mocs.