UNC-Asheville flirts with NCAA history
The one-seed Syracuse Orange survived, and survived is the right word, in a 72-65 win over the 16-seed UNC-Asheville Bulldogs on Thursday in the first round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
UNC-Asheville: The top-seeded Orange react to the absence of center Fab Melo heading into Thursday's opener. Video by Jeff DiVeronica Orange guard Dion Waiters dunks the ball Wednesday during practice for the second round of the 2012 NCAA men's
By Carroll Rogers North Carolina Asheville took a heck of a shot at it. Vanderbilt proved it can't always be counted on for it. But Virginia Commonwealth? The Rams all but guaranteed it — an NCAA tournament upset. The VCU public-relations department
With defensive anchor Fab Melo ineligible for the Syracuse Orange, armchair bracketologists around the country altered their brackets at the last minute. Was it the right move?
The Syracuse Orange defeated the UNC-Asheville Bulldogs 72-65 on Thursday in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Here are the quotes to prove it.