The Eagles hung around for most of this game, but Tennessee held American to just one basket in the final 5:45 to win going away.
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(7) Miami 78, (10) St. Mary's 64
After fighting off a fever prior to this game, Miami guard Jack McClinton scored 38 points on 12-of-19 shooting.
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(10) Davidson 82, (7) Gonzaga 76
Stephen Curry (pictured) led the charge for the Wildcats, hitting 8-of-10 three-point attempts and totaling 40 points.
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(12) Western Kentucky 101, (5) Drake 99 (OT)
Drake overcame an 18-point deficit in the final eight minutes of regulation to send the game to overtime. But in the extra period, Ty Rogers (pictured) hit a desperation 26-footer with no time on the clock to give the Hilltoppers an amazing win.
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(7) Butler 81, (10) South Alabama 61
Bulldogs senior Pete Campbell hit eight three-pointers and led all scorers with 26 points.
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(2) Georgetown 66, (15) UMBC 47
The Hoyas used a very balanced offensive attack -- Patrick Ewing Jr. was one of four players to score in double digits -- to easily get past the Retrievers.
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(2) Texas 74, (15) Austin Peay 54
Longhorns guard A.J. Abrams torched the Governors with 26 points. With its 29th win of the season, Texas is now one victory shy of tying the program record.
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(13) San Diego 70, (4) UConn 69 (OT)
De'Jon Jackson's fadeaway jumper with 1.2 seconds remaining put the Toreros into the second round for the first time.
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(6) Oklahoma 72, (11) Saint Joseph's 64
The Sooners built a 19-point lead before surviving a late surge by Saint Joseph's.
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(1) North Carolina 113, (16) Mt. Saint Mary's 74
The top-seeded Tar Heels improved to 22-1 in NCAA tourney games played in their home state.
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(13) Siena 83, (4) Vanderbilt 61
Siena became the first Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference team to reach the second round since Manhattan in 2004.
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(8) Mississippi St. 76, (9) Oregon 69
Mississippi State, which overcame a 13-point, second-half deficit, is into the second round for the fourth time in five years under coach Rick Stansbury.
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(9) Arkansas 86, (8) Indiana 72
Arkansas snapped a five-game losing streak in NCAA tournament games dating to a first-round victory against Siena in 1999.
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(3) Louisville 79, (14) Boise St. 61
Louisville hit 12 three-pointers to help coach Rick Pitino improve to 33-11 all time in the NCAA tournament.
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(3) Xavier 73, (14) Georgia 61
The Bulldogs' magical run came to an end against Xavier. Georgia held an 11-point lead in the second half, but the Musketeers used a 22-6 run to take over the game.
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(12) Villanova 75, (5) Clemson 69
Scottie Reynolds had 21 points to help Villanova advance to a second-round meeting with 13th-seeded Siena.
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(1) Kansas 85, (16) Portland State 61
This game was never in doubt, as the high-flying Jayhawks romped their way into the second round in impressive fashion.
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(5) Michigan State 72, (12) Temple 61
Senior guard Drew Neitzel (center) had an off game -- scoring just five points on 2-of-11 shooting, but the Spartans did enough to advance.
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(6) Marquette 74, (11) Kentucky 66
The Golden Eagles won their first NCAA tournament game since 2003, when they beat Kentucky to advance to the Final Four.
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(8) UNLV 71, (9) Kent State 58
This game was over shortly after the opening tip, as the Rebels held Kent State to just 10 first-half points, tying an NCAA record.
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(6) Purdue 90, (11) Baylor 79
The Boilermakers built a 19-point lead at the half and cruised to their 10th straight first-round win since 1993.
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(4) Pitt 82, (13) Oral Roberts 63
Junior guard Levance Fields (pictured) led the Panthers to an easy first-round win, finishing with 23 points and seven assists.
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(3) Stanford 77, (14) Cornell 53
The Cardinal jumped out to a 21-point lead at the half and never looked back. Robin Lopez had 14 points, five blocks and four rebounds, while Kenny Brown hit four three-pointers.
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(11) Kansas State 80, (6) USC 67
In a battle of two of the nation's top freshmen, Kansas State's Michael Beasley compiled 23 points and 11 rebounds, while USC's O.J. Mayo had 20 points and five assists.
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(2) Duke 71, (15) Belmont 70
Gerald Henderson's driving basket with 11.9 seconds left erased Belmont's final lead and the Blue Devils avoided the monumental upset.
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(7) West Virginia 75, (10) Arizona 65
Da'Sean Butler had 19 points as the Mountaineers keyed a second-round date with Duke.
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(5) Notre Dame 68, (12) George Mason 50
Big East Player of the Year Luke Harangody (pictured) wouldn't allow George Mason to start another magical tournament run, as the sophomore finished with 18 points and 14 rebounds.
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(1) UCLA 70, (16) Miss. Valley State 29
No team looked more dominant than UCLA. Mississippi Valley State scored the lowest point total in a tournament game since 1946.
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(3) Wisconsin 71, (13) CSU Fullerton 56
The Titans stayed in this game deep into the second half, but Brian Butch (14 points, nine rebounds) and the Badgers prevailed.
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(9) Texas A&M 67, (8) BYU 62
Joseph Jones had 10 points and 12 rebounds to help lead the Aggies to a second-round matchup with No. 1 seed UCLA.
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(4) Washington State 71, (13) Winthrop 40
This game was tied at the half, but the Cougars dominated the second half, outscoring the the Eagles 42-11.
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(1) Memphis 87, (16) UT-Arlington 63
An early 15-2 run by Memphis effectively ended any thoughts of an upset for UT-Arlington, which was in the NCAA tourney for the first time.
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