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Topic - Tubby Smith
In 23 years as a head coach, Tubby Smith has never had a losing season.
The Baylor Bears need to win every game they can to improve their NCAA tournament hopes.
Minnesota's rejuvenating victory over rival Iowa was complete and video of coach Richard Pitino's postgame address to the players was being captured for one of the program's multimedia productions.
Minnesota's rejuvenating victory over rival Iowa was complete, and video of coach Richard Pitino's postgame address to the players was being captured for one of the program's multimedia productions.
The angry, out-of-control Marcus Smart the sports world became familiar with over the past few weeks was replaced by a much happier version on Saturday afternoon.
Texas Tech was so close to earning its third win of the season over a Top 25 team in coach Tubby Smith's first season leading the Red Raiders.
It went into the books as a win for Iowa State.
Texas Tech had turned its season around with three straight wins in one of the toughest leagues in the country.
Looks like Texas Tech and veteran coach Tubby Smith have figured things out.
New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace believes Marcus Smart can learn from the fallout of his three-game suspension for shoving a fan during a game at Texas Tech on Saturday night.
Marcus Smart hustled back on defense to prevent a dunk and went careening into the crowd behind the basket. He was helped to his feet with only seconds remaining and No. 19 Oklahoma State on its way to a fourth straight defeat.
Marcus Smart was quiet and subdued as he apologized at a podium, a demeanor in stark contrast to the one that sent shockwaves through Oklahoma State's basketball program hours earlier.
It had been seven years since Texas Tech drew a sellout crowd at home. The arena was packed Saturday night, though, and that fueled the Red Raiders to their second win over a Top 25 team in less than a month.
Dejan Kravic came on strong for Texas Tech by scoring 12 of his 18 points in the second half and grabbing six rebounds to help the Red Raiders escape with a 60-54 win over TCU on Saturday.
Kansas State was coming off two tough losses on the road, and its three leading scorers were struggling to make a shot against Texas Tech's length and athleticism.
"The things we did try to do they did a good job of denying, making us go to the second or third option, making us put it on the floor, and us not having the toughness to execute things," Smith said. "When you get intimidated like that this is the result."
"You have to compliment Baylor. They dominated the boards," Texas Tech coach Tubby Smith said. "Even though they were struggling shooting the ball, I thought we did an adequate job there defensively. We couldn't limit them to one shot and that was pretty much the ball game."