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Brooks rallies top-seed Oregon past St. Joseph's 69-64
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Oregon watched the rest of its conference get kicked out of the NCAA Tournament and faced a seven-point deficit with five minutes to play with the rest of the country watching to see if the Ducks were about to be the first No. 1 seed to be sent home.
Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey refused to see the Ducks, and to a lesser degree the Pac-12 Conference, wiped out from the NCAAs on the opening weekend.
"I play with so much emotion, so much heart, it translates to everybody else on the team," Brooks said. "Everybody else is getting hyped. And they want to win so bad, as I do."MORE
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- St. Joseph's eliminates George Washington, 86-80, at A-10
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