Texas Tech Falls To Virginia In The NCAA Men’s Championship Game
Oh so close, but yet so far away!
Well since my NCAA Men's bracket was busted early into March Madness it was exciting to see Texas Tech make it all the way to the championship game against Virginia to see who would have bragging rights in college basketball.
However, things didn't go in the Red Raiders favor as they fell in overtime to the Cavaliers by the score of 85-77 to give Virginia their first championship in school history.
According to CBS, Texas Tech fought back twice from a 10 point deficit to the top seeded Virginia, to put them up by three points with seconds to go until Virginia's De'Andre Hunter sank a three-pointer to tie the game and send it into overtime.
Virginia's Kyle Guy, who scored 24 points last night, including four three-pointers, was named the Final Four Most Outstanding Player and De’Andre Hunter put up a career high 27 points on 8 of 16 shooting with nine rebounds.