Thursday, November 29, 2007

WEDNESDAY HOOP

ACC/BIG 10 CHALLENGE
BOSTON COLLEGE 77, Michigan 64 – BC used three pointers and second chance points to beat the Wolverines. Tyrese Rice scored 28 points and had five assists to help Boston College to its fifth straight win. (AP Photo/Tony Ding)

#13 Michigan State 81, NC STATE 58 – Remember last year when N.C. State was good. The missing ingredient seems to be Engin Atsur who is now playing in Italy. They were bad when he was hurt, and good when he was well. They clearly miss him.


MARYLAND 69, Illinois 61 - Eric Hayes scored a career-high 18 points, including four clutch free throws in the final 24 seconds, and Maryland held on to beat Illinois 69-61. Maryland's Eric Hayes (5) and Braxton Dupree (4) vie for a rebound. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)

#2 NORTH CAROLOINA 66, Ohio State 55 - Ty Lawson didn’t play, but Wayne Ellington did. He scored a career high 23 points, and Tyler Hansbrough put up another double/double. Ohio State led at the half, but renewed defensive intensity and a 10 minute plus scoring drought for the Buckeyes settled matters. North Carolina's Wayne Ellington, center, shoots between Ohio State's Kosta Koufos, left, and Othello Hunter. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)


Penn State 66, VIRGINIA TECH 61 - Two of twelve shooting from behind the arc – that’s a whopping 16% -- dooms Hokies in close game.

The ACC wins the challenge yet again – 8 to 3.

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