Thursday, December 6, 2007


Syracuse (Orange, 19,082 students, Syracuse, NY) 70, VIRGINIA 68
ESPN’s Len Elmore (Maryland) said it was too much Sean Singletary and not enough of everybody else as the Wahoos lost just their second game ever at John Paul "Kashmir" Jones Arena. Singletary had a miserable game for the Cavaliers, missing 11 of 14 shots and six of eight free throws, including his first five. He came in 45-for-48 at the line, but was clearly not up to par and drew a pass for his off performance from Hoo head coach Dave “The Lemon Drop” Leitao.

"There's nothing that he can do that's going to draw criticism from me," Leitao said. "He's done far, far more than anybody could ever have imagined and will do much more before his career is over. So when he has a night when he's less than perfect, the last thing any of us need to do is throw any kind of criticism his way."

#25 Vanderbilt (Commodores, 11,607 students, Nashville, TN) 83, WAKE FOREST 80

GEORGIA TECH 72, Georgia State (Panthers, 7,373 students, Atlanta, GA) 67

#17 CLEMSON 82, East Carolina (Pirates, 18,587 students, Greenville, NC) 67

Clemson's Terrence Oglesby (22) drives to the basket as East Carolina's John Fields (23) defends during the second half of a college basketball game in Greenville, N.C., Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2007. Ogelsby scored a season-high 22 points.

Evidently, somebody forgot to wash the Pirates' home unis.

(AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

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