Gaze can't shake what-ifs of 1989 Seton Hall loss
U.S.C., in yet another comeback from double digits down, upset sixth-seeded Southern Methodist, while Arkansas beat Seton Hall thanks to a key foul call.
Seton Hall suffered what can only be described as a meltdown on Friday to lose to Arkansas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. PointAfter | Graphiq Vanderbilt coach had a great response to his player's heartbreaking mistake that...Show More Summary
Seton Hall hasn't won an NCAA Tournament game since 2004, and a late call prolongs that run
Seton Hall’s Desi Rodriguez defended himself for a controversial flagrant foul after his Pirates lost 77-71 to Arkansas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.Seton Hall was trailing Arkansas by just one point when Rodriguez went to commit an intentional foul as part of a comeback strategy. Show More Summary
The Seton Hall-Arkansas game sure ended in controversy after a Seton Hall player was called for a flagrant foul that all but sealed the victory for eighth ranked Arkansas.With just 18 seconds left, Desi Rodriguez pushed Jaylen Barford in an attempt to foul Barford and send him to the foul line. Show More Summary
RTC will be providing coverage of the NCAA Tournament from start to finish. Brad Jenkins (@bradjenk) is in Greenville this weekend. Mike Anderson leads Arkansas into the second round. (AP Photo/Sean Rayford) Three Key Takeaways. Did the tempo get to Seton Hall? Arkansas came into the game as the team most likely to favor an up-and-down contest. Show More Summary
With Arkansas up 72-71, Desi Rodriguez was whistled for a foul that officials reviewed.
The head of officiating for the NCAA says the referees made the right call by calling a flagrant foul against Seton Hall's Desi Rodriguez as he tried to stop the clock near the end of his team's loss to Arkansas
Jaylen Barford hit the go-ahead layup with 57.8 seconds left to help Arkansas hold off Seton Hall 77-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament's South Region
Seton Hall fans and basketball players and analysts alike are crying foul on controversial foul call.
First, a Seton Hall point guard traveled. Then, a Seton Hall swingman shoved an Arkansas guard from behind with two hands.
Everything went way south in the last minute. Arkansas beat Seton Hall in a first-round NCAA tournament game on Friday, 77-71. The last minute was a weird one, punctuated by an unfortunate Pirate travel and a questionable flagrant foul...Show More Summary
GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Moses Kingsley scored 23 points and Arkansas regrouped down the stretch to overcome Seton Hall for a 77-71 victory in the NCAA Tournament's first round Friday afternoon at Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Seton Hall was down 72-71 in the final 22 seconds of today’s game against Arkansas and had to foul to try and avoid losing, so Desi Rodriguez put his hands on Jaylen Barford to extend the game. Barford hit the floor hard, but given the situation, it didn’t seem malicious—and looked as if Barford sold it. After… Read more...
A controversial flagrant-1 call late in Arkansas’s win over Seton Hall killed any chance of a late Pirates comeback.Seton Hall was on defense with a one point deficit and 24.5 seconds left, so it was obvious that they were going to foul to force the Razorbacks to the line. Show More Summary
NCAA tournament live updates: Michigan, Baylor get the first wins of Day 2 March 17, 2017, 1:07 p.m. Want to keep up with how you're doing in your office pool? We will post reports here as soon as each game ends, so get a pen and have your bracket handy. March 17, 2017, 12:59 p.m. GREENVILLE, S.C....
Down 72-71 with 18 seconds remaining, Seton Hall’s Desi Rodriguez fouled Arkansas’ Jaylan Barford. This was the (...)
It was originally called a common foul on the floor. The No. 8 Arkansas Razorbacks and No. 9 Seton Hall Pirates went head-to-head in a wire to wire NCAA Tournament matchup expected to end with a big finish. But it was a questionableShow More Summary