Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

College Basketball Roundup: Collision Mars No. 2 Virginia's Win over Florida State

Newspaper article St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)

College Basketball Roundup: Collision Mars No. 2 Virginia's Win over Florida State

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Anthony Gill scored 13 points, Darion Atkins had 11 and No. 2 Virginia overcame a frightening collision of two of its players and a slow start to beat visiting Florida State 51-41 on Sunday night.

The game took a frightening turn for Virginia (25-1, 13-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) with just under 15 minutes to play when Malcolm Brogdon and London Perrantes, the starting backcourt, collided on defense. Perrantes stayed on the floor for a few minutes with a gash on his face as he and Brogdon were attended to on the court. They eventually left the court and headed to the locker room for further attention.

The Cavaliers led 31-28 at the time of the collision, and fell behind at 37-36 with 10:33 left on a basket by Jarquez Smith.

Brogdon returned a short time later with a bandage over his left eye. Perrantes' return to the bench came several minutes later and Virginia gradually pulled away.

Oregon 69, No. 9 Utah 58 * Dillon Brooks scored 11 straight points for the Ducks late in the game and finished with 19 to help Oregon (20-8, 10-5 Pac-12) beat the visiting Utes (21-5, 11-3).

No. 13 Wichita State 62, Evansville 43 * Fred VanVleet scored 18 of his 22 points in the first half to lead the Shockers (25-3, 15-1 Missouri Valley) past the visiting Purple Aces (19-9, 9-7).


Drake 78, Missouri State 43 * Gary Ricks Jr. sank six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points to carry the Bulldogs (9-19, 6-10 Missouri Valley Conference) past the visiting Bears (10-18, 4-12). Chris Kendrix scored 13 points to lead MSU.

Eastern Illinois 73, SEMO 65 * Chris Olivier scored 20 points to spark the Panthers (16-12, 9-6 Ohio Valley) over visiting Southeast Missouri (12-16, 6-9), which was up 62-56 with 7:47 left. Jarekious Bradley scored 18 points to lead SEMO.

Washington U. 77, Brandeis 44 * Nick Burt scored 19 points and added eight rebounds to help send the Bears (19-5, 8-5 University Athletic Association) by the visiting Judges (9-15, 4-9). Washington U. and Chicago are tied for second in the UAA standings, one game behind Emory with one game left.


Smith honored * The University of North Carolina offered one more tribute to Hall of Fame coach Dean Smith on Sunday, holding a memorial that gave thousands of fans, former players and coaching colleagues a chance to savor memories of a man known for on-court successes as well as off-court stances. …

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