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Jim Boeheim on MTSU: ‘I didn’t see any weaknesses’

Photo by Sarah Grace Taylor // MTSU Sidelines

Middle Tennessee State University pulled off one of the most improbable upsets in NCAA tournament history, beating national champion favorite Michigan State, 90-81, Friday evening.

The Blue Raiders advanced to the round of 32 for the first time since 1989, drawing a matchup with No. 10 seed Syracuse, who beat N0. 7 seed Dayton, 70-51, Friday afternoon.

Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim held his scheduled press conference on Saturday afternoon, and had nothing but high praises for his round-of-32 matchup against the Blue Raiders.


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