Harvard heads back to class after 74-51 defeatSALT LAKE CITY, Utah - Sometimes, it’s rough being the smartest guy in the room. Harvard freshman point guard Siyani Chambers knows.
He’ll be heading back to Harvard missing part of his front tooth - all part of a wicked basketball lesson provided by Arizona in a 74-51 crushing of the Crimson on Saturday in the NCAA tournament.
Mark Lyons matched a career high with 27 points to lead the sixth-seeded Wildcats (27-7), who showed how a real basketball school does it when March rolls around. This will be Arizona’s 15th appearance in the Sweet 16. And Harvard - well, it’s back to class. AP
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