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Topic - Nasir Robinson
Pittsburgh senior forward Nasir Robinson will undergo surgery to repair torn meniscus in his right knee Friday. He is expected to miss three weeks.
The little team that could just might outdo itself this season.
In hindsight, the outcome should have surprised no one. From the opening tip, the Butler Bulldogs came out with more fight and energy hustle than the Pitt Panthers, and when the final horn sounded, it was Butler taking down the number one-seeded Pitt Panthers 71-70 to advance to the Sweet Sixteen.
"The other team's big man is going to be smarter than me," Robinson said. "So, I just used my quickness and finished plays."