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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Olivier Hanlan
Trae Golden isn't as quick as he used to be. When it counted most, he dug down to find enough quickness to create - and make - Georgia Tech's most important shot of its postseason opener.
Aaron Thomas scored 26 points, Okaro White 24 and Florida State pulled out a much-needed 74-70 win over Boston College on Tuesday night.
Jim Boeheim shrugged. It was nice while it lasted.
To a man, the Boston College Eagles were convinced of one thing: DK was looking down on them.
The way the season has been going for Olivier Hanlan and Boston College, maybe a good second half against No. 20 Virginia was a confidence boost, or a lesson in tenacity.
Eric Atkins made up for missing the potential game-winning free throw in regulation for Notre Dame by hitting a game-winning 3-pointer in overtime.
Boston College took advantage of a rare lengthy midseason break between games and looked like a different team.
Georgia Tech went from woeful to unbelievable offensively.
Roy Williams and North Carolina can breathe a little easier.
Playing a home game with an arena nearly half-filled with chanting fans of the visiting team didn't seem to faze Boston College for most of the game.
BOSTON (AP) — K.J. McDaniels scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds, Jordan Roper had 15 points and Clemson hung on to win its league opener Saturday, 62-60 over Boston College.
The Terrapins had won three of their last four games, including a victory over then-No. 2 Duke on Saturday. Logan Aronhalt scored 26 points, making seven 3-pointers — both season highs — but no other Maryland player scored more than nine.
"In the second half, we were a whole different team in terms of our aggressiveness and not being afraid to make mistakes," Hanlan said after the Eagles lost for the ninth time in 11 games. "I'm pretty sure we won the second half, but you can't expect to just win the second half in order to win the game against a team like that."
"It's been tough lately (at the end of games), but we did well today," Hanlan said. "It takes stops, and (it) starts on the defensive end."