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NCAA Scores 2019: Tournament Results Tracker for Sunday's 2nd-Round Bracket

Paul Kasabian

No. 2 Tennessee emerged with an 83-77 overtime win over No. 10 Iowa in the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament to kick off Sunday's March Madness action.

The Volunteers were the ninth team to advance to next weekend, and seven more were set to join them on Sunday.

No. 1 Duke clinched a spot in the Sweet Sixteen in the most dramatic fashion as the ball hit the rim at just the wrong angle for No. 9 UCF. 

Here's a look at the latest NCAA tournament bracket, the Sunday matchups and results and recaps from all the games.



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Matchups and Results

No. 2 Tennessee 83, No. 10 Iowa 77 (OT)

No. 1 North Carolina 81, No. 9 Washington 59

No. 1 Duke 77, No. 9 UCF 76

No. 3 Texas Tech 78, No. 6 Buffalo 58

No. 4 Virginia Tech 67, No. 12 Liberty 58

No. 1 Virginia 63, No. 9 Oklahoma 51

No. 3 Houston 74, No. 11 Ohio State 59

No. 12 Oregon 73, No. 13 UC-Irvine 54



No. 2 Tennessee 83, No. 10 Iowa 77 (OT)

Tennessee forward Grant Williams posted 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists, four steals and three blocks as the Volunteers defeated the Hawkeyes 83-77 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

The Vols led 44-19 late in the first half, but a furious Iowa charge capped by three Jordan Bohannon free throws erased the deficit with 2:39 remaining in regulation.

With the two teams now tied at 67, Tennessee guard Lamonte Turner knocked down a clutch three to put the Vols back in the lead. A UT free throw later put the Vols up four, but an Isaiah Moss bank shot and then two Joe Weiskamp free throws tied the game at 71.

Tennessee then had a chance for the regulation win, but Jordan Bone's three with a few seconds left was off the mark.

The Vols dominated the extra session, however, scoring the first seven points. Iowa cut the lead to five but could not come closer.

Admiral Schofield co-led the Vols in scoring with 19 points. Turner added 15 more.

All five Hawkeyes starters scored in double digits, led by Bohannon's 18.

Tennessee will play No. 3 Purdue in the Sweet 16 on Thursday. The Hawkeyes finish their season with a 23-12 mark.


No. 1 North Carolina 81, No. 9 Washington 59

No. 1 North Carolina led wire to wire en route to a convincing 81-59 win over No. 9 Washington at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

UNC forward Luke Maye led all players with 20 points and 14 rebounds, or just 10 fewer boards than the entire Huskies team combined. UNC doubled up Washington on the glass, 48-24.

Nassir Little added 20 more points off the Tar Heel bench. Coby White added 17 points, and Cameron Johnson contributed 13 points and seven dimes.

Jaylen Nowell scored 12 points for the Huskies, who shot just 38.3 percent from the field.

The Tar Heels will face No. 5 Auburn in the Sweet 16 on Friday. The Huskies end their season with a 27-8 record.


No. 1 Duke 77, No. 9 UCF 76

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Zion Williamson scored 32 points on 12-of-24 shooting and RJ Barrett hit the game-winning layup with 11 seconds left as No. 1 overall seed Duke held off a fantastic upset effort from No. 9 UCF 77-76 at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina.

With Duke down 76-73, Williamson hit a layup and was fouled in the process. He missed the free throw, but Barrett grabbed the rebound before the putback.

UCF had a few chances down the stretch via a BJ Taylor runner and an Aubrey Dawkins tip-in, but neither connected before the final horn.

Dawkins scored 32 for the Knights, including a bucket to put UCF up 72-70. He then assisted on a Tacko Fall dunk before a Cam Reddish three cut the lead to one. Taylor then hit two free throws before the Williamson layup.

Taylor and Fall each had 15. Barrett scored 16 for Duke.

The Blue Devils will No. 4 Virginia Tech in the Sweet 16 on Friday.


No. 3 Texas Tech 78, No. 6 Buffalo 58

All five Texas Tech players scored in double digits as the No. 3 Red Raiders soundly defeated No. 6 Buffalo 78-58 at Bank of Oklahoma Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Jarrett Culver contributed 16 points, 10 boards and five assists, and Norense Odiase added 14 points and 15 rebounds.

The Red Raiders went on a 38-8 run that spanned just under 15 game minutes. They also out-rebounded the Bulls 46-29.

The normally stout Buffalo offense went cold on Sunday, hitting just 37.3 percent of its shots and 11 of 22 free throws. Nick Perkins led the team with 17 points off the bench.

Texas Tech will play No. 2 Michigan in the Sweet 16 on Thursday.


No. 4 Virginia Tech 67, No. 12 Liberty 58

Kerry Blackshear Jr. scored 19 points as No. 4 Virginia Tech beat No. 12 Liberty 67-58 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California.

Ahmed Hill added 14 points, and Justin Robinson scored 13. Darius McGhee hit five of 11 three-pointers for his Liberty-leading 15 points.

The Hokies trailed 26-18 in the first half, but an 8-0 run buoyed by five Blackshear points tied the game. Both teams went back-and-forth before the Hokies took the lead for good on a Blackshear layup to put them up 46-44.

Virginia Tech will now face No. 1 Duke in the Sweet 16. The Flames finished their season with a 29-7 record.


No. 1 Virginia 63, No. 9 Oklahoma 51

Mamadi Diakite contributed a team-leading 14 points, nine rebounds and three blocks as No. 1 Virginia largely controlled its 63-51 win over No. 9 Oklahoma at Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina.

Ty Jerome added 12 points and three steals, and De'Andre Hunter scored 10. The Cavaliers led by nine or more points for the final 23:47 of the game.

Brady Manek and Christian James scored 13 apiece for the Sooners, who finished their season with a 20-14 record. OU shot just 36.5 percent from the field.

The Cavaliers will face the winner of No. 12 Oregon and No. 13 UC Irvine in the Sweet 16 on Thursday.

No. 3 Houston 74, No. 11 Ohio State 59

The Houston Cougars continued this year's tournament trend of No. 1, 2 and 3 seeds remaining undefeated.

Ohio State made eight three-pointers in the first half, but Houston still held a 39-31 lead at halftime. Frustrations boiled over just before halftime as Ohio State senior guard Keyshawn Woods and Houston sophomore guard DeJon Jarreau were given technical fouls. 

The Cougars pulled away in the second half, and Houston senior guard Corey Davis Jr. led all scorers with 21 points. Senior guard C.J. Jackson led Buckeyes scorers with 18 points, while sophomore forward Kaleb Wesson contributed 15 points. 

The Buckeyes end their season at 20-15, while the 33-3 Cougars advance to play No. 2 Kentucky on Friday in Kansas City, Missouri.

No. 12 Oregon 73, No. 13 UC-Irvine 54

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The Oregon Ducks convincingly punched their ticket as the lowest seed yet to make the Sweet Sixteen. 

UC-Irvine went on a 14-0 run and took a 37-35 lead with 14:28 left in the second half, but the Ducks started clicking soon thereafter.

The Ducks sunk 13 threes as a team with senior guard Ehab Amin sinking all four of his attempts from three-point land off the bench. Oregon junior guard Payton Pritchard led all scorers with 18 points. 

Ducks sophomore forward Kenny Wooten continued his high-flying tournament with 11 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks. 

Senior guard Robert Cartwright led scoring for UC-Irvine with 14 points. 

Oregon will look to push its winning streak to 10 games against No. 1 Virginia on Thursday.

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