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Marquette Bubble Watch March 3 Edition

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Well, last night sucked, so we'll keep at this bubble watch thing.  Once again, teams proved to be allergic to bubble success.  You know the drill by now.  Root against the team in bold.

Thursday Games

 

RPI

SOS

Top 25

Top 100

Best Win

Worst Loss

Tenn

33

2

3-4

11-9

Pitt 7 N

@Char 206

SCar

112

South Carolina has really struggled this year, but you never know what Tennessee will bring

 

RPI

SOS

Top 25

Top 100

Best Win

Worst Loss

UCLA

35

Wash

40

79

1-2

7-6

Ariz 19

@OrSt 226

Washington needs a weekend split with UCLA and USC to secure their bid

 

A recap of last night's action is after the jump.

Wednesday Results

 

Team

Score

Notes

Cincy

67

Oof.  This is a damaging loss, but I’ll take the trade of winning at UConn for losing at home to UC

Marq

60

 

Clemson

59

Senior Day is so special at Duke blah blah blah.  At least they beat Clemson.  The Tigers play VT on Sat in a very interesting bubble game

Duke

70

 

UAB

67

UAB clinches at least a share of the title with the win.  They finish up at home versus ECU while USM travels to Tulsa

USM

66

 

Colorado

90

Iowa St has three wins in the Big XII – two have come in the last 5 days against bubble teams.  CU squares off with Nebraska on Saturday

Iowa St

95

 

Iowa

66

MSU took care of business at home against an inferior opponent.  They finish up at Michigan on Saturday

MichSt

85

 

LSU

53

Georgia takes care of business ahead of their huge matchup at Alabama on Saturday

Georgia

73

 

Marshall

74

UTEP stays alive with a win over Marshall.  No reports of Tim Floyd being escorted out of the building by the fuzz

UTEP

82

 

Maryland

66

Miami is team bubble destruction.  Maryland falls to 7-8 in the mediocre ACC with UVa visiting College Park on Saturday

Miami

80

 

Memphis

57

Minges Coliseum claims another scalp.  Seriously, Memphis has to be out now right?  Right?  They’ve lost their last 3 roadies by double digits to ECU, UTEP and Rice.

ECU

68

 

Minn

57

Ok, I’m finally calling it.  Minnesota is done.  Completely done.  NIT bound

NW

68

 

Rich

69

Where have you gone Delonte West and Jameer Nelson?  St. Joe’s is 8-21.  Richmond finishes up at home against Duquesne

St.Joes

54

 

UNC

72

FSU has held their own after the Singleton injury.  They are on solid ground and probably locked up a bid with this effort.  @NCSU on Sat

FSU

70

 

UtahSt

58

In what passes for stiff competition in the WAC, Utah St won a "tough" road game in front of 6,600 fans against a 14-16 team

NMSU

54

 

Utah

65

Colorado St ended their 3 game skid and have a huge chance to make noise on Saturday with a game at SDSU.  They must win that

ColoSt

78