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April 3, 2004

Still Ramblin'

Wow! What a game! Georgia Tech advances to the national title game for the first time in school history on Will Bynum's last second shot. Center Luke Schenscher played an amazing game, rebounding, blocking shots, and shooting over the smaller Oklahoma State team. Maybe I'll follow Kathleen's example and blog the championship game on Monday night.

Update: Patrick's pretty excited, too.

Posted by chuck at April 3, 2004 8:23 PM

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That *was* a great game, as was the second. Duke obviously choked, but--it absolutely has to be said--Reddick was mugged. Especially given the way that the game had been called to that point, the lack of a call there was preposterous. (Of course, many earlier calls were weird, too, so the onus for the loss really does sit with Deng and Ewing hoisting 40-footers with 15+ seconds on the shot clock . . . . I *really* didn't want UConn to win.)

Posted by: JBJ at April 3, 2004 11:25 PM

I didn't watch the Duke-UConn game (went to see "Sunshine"), but I'm a little bummed that Duke lost, if only because it means I missed out on winning my NCAA pool.

I can't believe that a Coach K-led team would make those kinds of mistakes, though (Deng and Ewing's ill-advised shots). No matter what, though, I'd be rooting for Tech in the final.

Posted by: chuck at April 4, 2004 12:41 PM

Ya, great games. Both down to the wire. Have to say I didn't think Tech would do it. Uconn either. I had Duke and OKst in the final. Good thing I don't put any real money on my brackets.

Posted by: B at April 4, 2004 3:10 PM

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