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Team of the Moment: St. Joseph's

March 14th, 2008
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St. Joseph's
21-11 (9-7 Atlantic 10)

Computer numbers (as of Thursday courtesy of RPI 50, SOS 62

Result today: Beat Xavier 61-53 in an Atlantic 10 semifinal.

Team of the Moment: Virginia Tech

March 14th, 2008

Virginia Tech
19-12 (9-7 ACC)

Computer numbers (courtesy of; through Thursday's games): RPI 59, SOS 52.

Result today: Beat Miami 63-49 in an ACC quarterfinal.

Team of the Moment: Maryland

March 13th, 2008

18-14 (8-8 ACC)

Computer numbers (courtesy of; not counting Thursday's games): RPI 69, SOS 16.

Result today: Lost 71-68 to Boston College in the first round of the ACC Tournament.

"It's a team that's on the cusp of being very good, or they just...go bipolar."

Team of the Moment: UAB

March 13th, 2008

22-10 (12-4 Conference USA)

Computer numbers (courtesy of; not including today's results): RPI 49, SOS 95

Result today: Tulsa 78, UAB 68 in overtime in a Conference USA quarterfinal.

Team of the Day: Portland State

March 12th, 2008
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Portland State
23-9 (14-2 Big Sky)

Computer numbers (courtesy of, through Tuesday): RPI 96, SOS 245

Team of the Moment: Villanova

March 12th, 2008

20-11 (9-9 Big East)

Computer numbers (courtesy of, before today's games): RPI 57, SOS 56

Result: Villanova 82, Syracuse 63 in the first round of the Big East Championship.

Next up: Georgetown (Thursday Noon, ESPN)

Team of the Day: Florida

March 6th, 2008

21-8 (8-7 SEC East)

Computer numbers (courtesy of RPI 61, SOS 87

Team of the Day: Ohio State

March 5th, 2008
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Ohio State
18-12 (9-8 Big Ten)

Computer numbers (courtesy of RPI 56, SOS 33

Team of the Day: West Virginia

March 4th, 2008

West Virginia
21-9 (10-7 Big East)

Computer numbers (courtesy of RPI 41, SOS 57

Team of the Week: Georgetown

March 2nd, 2008

In one of the most exciting and well played games of the weekend, Georgetown (24-4, 14-3) stole a win from Marquette, 70-68 in overtime. The win allowed the Hoyas to keep pace with Louisville for first place in the Big East. Fifth year senior Patrick Ewing Jr. seems to be the heart and soul of this team. Not blessed with the size of his father, his blue collar work ethic helped spark this come-from-behind victory. Meanwhile, Roy Hibbert and Jonathan Wallace filled the stat sheet with twenty points apiece.