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Topic - Talib Zanna
Pittsburgh reverted to its late-season form. Florida's stifling defense, frustrating press and valuable experience had a lot to do with it.
Colorado's season came to a screeching halt in the NCAA tournament, leaving coach Tad Boyle shaking his head in amazement.
Unselfish offense, tenacious defense.
North Carolina suddenly has a rebounding problem heading into the NCAA tournament.
Pittsburgh's chances of ending its NCAA tournament disappointments will depend largely on the long arms and quick feet of center Talib Zanna.
Only a week ago, No. 15 North Carolina was rolling along with a long winning streak that had the Tar Heels playing with confidence.
The foundation of Pittsburgh's NCAA tournament resume has been its lack of bad losses.
Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon kept trying to find somebody - sometimes two somebodies - to guard N.C. State star T.J. Warren.
Pittsburgh finally found a way to beat Notre Dame - dominate the Irish on the boards.
Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon decided he'd seen enough players limping around and elected to use rest instead of practice before the Panthers faced Boston College.
Pittsburgh's Talib Zanna needed only a few words to sum up Syracuse freshman Tyler Ennis' winning 3-pointer at the buzzer.
Pitt remains in search of a quality win for its NCAA tournament resume.
Pitt coach Jamie Dixon has a knack for guiding his Panthers to victory against Syracuse, and he nearly did it again.
Pittsburgh just kept coming, in waves, furiously pounding the boards.
"I was just trying to be patient. I know if I'm open, the ball is going to come to me," said Zanna, a senior from Kaduna, Nigeria. "I was wide open just trying to run the floor, and I was just having wide-open layups."
"I think the seed doesn't matter because a couple years back, a lot of (Pitt) teams had a No. 1 seed and in the first round they went down," Zanna said. "It's who has the heart to come out and dominate and play like they want it so bad, so that's the people who (are) going to win the tournament."