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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Rodney Hood
Rod Hall stormed down the court, determined to send No. 7 Duke to another one-and-done at the ACC tournament.
Talib Zanna had 19 points and a career-high 21 rebounds to help Pittsburgh beat No. 15 North Carolina 80-75 in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament quarterfinals Friday.
With the game winding down, Clemson simply couldn't miss against No. 7 Duke.
The all-Atlantic Coast Conference men's basketball teams and voting results for most improved player and sixth man of the year, announced Monday by the league and determined by a vote of 77 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and by the league's 15 head coaches:
Breanna Stewart scored 22 points Saturday to lead top-ranked UConn to a 72-42 rout of eighth-seeded Cincinnati in the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference tournament.
Mike Krzyzewski may have poured too much emotion into No. 4 Duke's trip to Wake Forest.
For Travis McKie, there was no better way to wrap up a career at home than by knocking off Duke.
Virginia Tech's Trevor Thompson turned in a steady performance in Duke's hostile arena, one that was good enough for his coach to believe the freshman "took a step forward."
The ACC commissioner said Monday that Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim won't be disciplined after he came onto the court to protesting a key charging call during the Orange's 66-60 loss at Duke over the weekend.
It's been a wild week for No. 5 Duke. After losing to their most hated rivals, the Blue Devils took down the No. 1 team.
They'll remember the OT from the first Syracuse-Duke game - and the Ts that decided Round 2.
This was supposed to be the encore of college basketball's game of the year, matching two top-five teams in No. 1 Syracuse and No. 5 Duke and the winningest men's coaches in Division I history.
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski insists there has been no talk of big games still to come this week.
Even with a roster that is filling out with the return of injured players, Georgia Tech had no answer for Duke freshman Jabari Parker.
"We would've lost that game a month ago, I think," Hood said.
Jabari Parker scored 19 points and Rodney Hood added 16 for the Blue Devils (23-7, 12-5), who missed six straight shots down the stretch and finished just 6 of 27 from 3-point range while falling to 4-5 in ACC road games.