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Top Performers: Week 13

Justin Cobbs, California

California's Justin Cobbs

Justin Cobbs had a finish to remember against then-No. 1 Arizona this past Saturday. He scored his team's final 12 points, including the game-winner with 0.9 seconds remaining as California upset the Wildcats 60-58. His stat line showed 19 points, including 6-of-6 free-throw shooting, and seven assists. Earlier in the week Cobbs went for 21 points with three assists and three steals in an 89-78 overtime loss to Arizona State.


Jerami Grant, Syracuse

Syracuse's Jerami Grant
Jerami Grant scored eight of his team's 13 points in overtime en route to a career-high 24 as Syracuse remained undefeated with a 91-89 victory against Duke this past Saturday. He made 7 of 11 shots from the field and all 10 of his free throws and finished with 12 rebounds. He had a double-double in both games this past week, going for 10 points and 12 rebounds in a 67-57 win against Wake Forest.


Alan Williams, UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Barbara's Alan Williams
Alan Williams came up as big as his 6-foot-8, 280-pound frame in an 82-67 victory against UC Davis this past Saturday. He scored 27 points and pulled down a career-high 20 rebounds. He also added four assists and two blocks. Williams recorded another double-double earlier in the week, going for 26 points and 10 boards in an 80-60 victory against UC Irvine. He also had three steals.


Stanford comes from behind to notch first draw of the year against UC Santa Barbara

It was Stanford's first time coming back from a 2-0 goal deficit since last year's post-season, but due to late-game heroics from Charlie Wehan, the Cardinal were able to remain unbeaten with a 3-3 tie against UC Santa Barbara.

Here are 5 of the biggest surprise teams of the 2019 college baseball season, so far

Let's take a look at five teams making a strong NCAA postseason statement in college baseball this year, beginning with the Tennessee Volunteers.

The Sweet 16 of college basketball nicknames and the stories behind them

Welcome to the Sweet 16. No, not that Sweet 16, but the bracket for the Great Nickname Showdown in Division I. That way we can decide a national champion – March Madness for monikers, even if it’s December.A word or two about criteria. Uniqueness counted heavily, as did quirkiness. But an interesting back story also scored highly. Since there are no metrics for nicknames – couldn’t find one thing on KenPom – no seeding was done. This Sweet 16 was bracketed by a blind draw, which might leave the NCAA selection committee aghast.

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