"Major onions" was how Bill Raftery described it. The play-by-play guy ended the telecast by calling Morrison "the best college basketball player in the country." He may be that, I don't know, but I think JJ Redick's 41 points against the #2 team in the nation at least leaves the issue open for debate. I'm not going to write any more poems about it, though.
With 2.5 seconds on the clock, Adam Morrison hit an absurd contested fallaway shot to beat Oklahoma State. It wasn't what you'd call a precise offensive possession or good shot selection, but in a pinch, it will do. Morrison finished with 25.
And it's particularly welcome, considering that Kentucky failed miserably to provide any afternoon excitement after Duke/Texas turned into a snoozer. Going 2-of-28 from beyond the arc will do that to you. Tubby Smith will be spending the rest of his Saturday trying to get visions of red-and-white pinstriped clown pants out of his nightmares. Marco Killingsworth finished with 23 and 12 for Indiana in the win.
Meanwhile, #19 Alabama is getting hammered by Temple, 55-35 with about 13 and a half minutes to play.