Kentucky to face Kansas State in Sweet 16 in Atlanta

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"I was up until like 5:00 in the morning". "We're always moving - and we challenge every shot - so teams never get easy looks against us".

"We're not satisfied. We go in with the mentality we're going to win another game", Maura said. "I don't think we defended well", sophomore guard Ty Jerome said. Were one of four players in double figures on the evening. That's already one more than last season.

Just two days after becoming the first 16-seeded team in NCAA Tournament history, the UMBC Terriers met defeat at the hands of #The 9-seeded #Kansas State Wildcats.

"UMBC is a unique place - lot of high achieving kids on campus", Odom said. The conference's last two tournament wins came in the "First Four" games.

Martin scored with 2.1 seconds remaining, and P.J. Thompson missed the front end of a one-and-one, giving Butler another chance.

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Maura and Jairus Lyle, and a confusing acronym that left casual observers just learning about "University of Maryland, Baltimore County". After the game ended, players walked to the side of the court and gave their fans an appreciative wave. They will face No. 5 Kentucky on Thursday night. "We got a little emotional, but it was just encouraging them to make a run".

Then in 2003-04 they joined the America East Conference where they have been since.

Nevada 75, Cincinnati 73: Down by 22 points in the second half, seventh-seeded Nevada pulled off a comeback for the ages, getting a put-back from Josh Hall with 9.1 seconds left to stun second-seeded Cincinnati in the second round of the NCAA Tournament's South Region in Nashville, Tenn.

"Unbelievable - it's really all you can say", said UMBC coach Ryan Odom, who grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, and whose father Dave Odom was a former assistant coach at UVA. They did a good job.

UMBC pressured the Cavaliers' guards, trapped the team's big men in the paint and jammed the lane.

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The season had a 13-win improvement from the season before only Minnesota and UCLA had better numbers and both of those teams made the NCAA Tournament. With their 25 triumphs this season, Odom is the first head coach in school history with consecutive 20-win seasons. At UVA under Holland he was the assistant when they went to the 1981 Final Four with Ralph Sampson and in 1984 with Ricky Stokes. That was going to be Arizona in the second round. The players seemed to understand they would be remembered and honored for Friday's game and had acquitted themselves well Sunday. It was one more game than nearly anyone could have imagined just 48 hours before and many more games than UMBC appeared to have left when the Retrievers trailed UMass-Lowell by 11 at halftime in the quarterfinals of the America East Tournament.

Early in the game, Davis tweeted "Virginia".

For one weekend in March, the tiny commuter school from Baltimore known for its academics and championship-winning chess team captured the hearts of the college basketball world and beyond.

BC-BKC-UMBC-Kansas State, 1st Ld-Writethru, 887 Underdog UMBC falls to Kansas State 50-43AP Photo NCCB157, NCCB158, NCCB159, NCCB160, NCCB155, NCCB154, NCCB153, NCCB156, NCCB152, NCCB151, NCCB150, NCCB148Eds: Kansas State 50, UMBC 43.Updates with new lead and quotes.

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