College Hoops Morning Recap

  • Definitely a shocker here as No. 1 seeded Fairfield fell in the MAAC semis to St. Peter's. Fairfield, who finished the year at 24-7, trailed by 25 at half and never recovered. (Eye on College Basketball)

  • Penn State upended Minnesota to create a four-way tie at 9-9 in the Big Ten. The Nittany Lions still need a monumental tourney run in order to keep their postseason dreams afloat. (Black Shoe Diaries)

  • The Buckeyes exacted some good old fashioned revenge on Wisconsin after losing the first meeting back in February. Crowd chants of "Where.. is ..Taylor?" were both cruel and accurate, as Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor had an off-night. (Chicago Tribune)

  • It took until the final regular season game of 2011 for the Kentucky Wildcats to beat a quality opponent away from Rupp. A deep run in the SEC tourney would be absolutely huge for the morale of Coach Cal's young squad heading into the Madness. (A Sea of Blue)

  • Eamonn Brennan gives us five observations from the past week, and tries to dispel the notion that the sport lacks any "great" teams. (College Basketball Nation)

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