#15 Norfolk St. shocked #2 Missouri 86-84 in the 2012 NCAA March Madness college basketball tournament. Size matters.
The Spartans of Norfolk State beat the Missouri Tigers fair and square to advance on in the 2012 NCAA tournament.
Norfolk St. hit clutch shots and answered Missouri all game long.
Spartans 6’10” center Kyle O’Quinn scored 26 points and had 14 rebounds in a stellar performance.
Missouri’s lack of size and rebounders caught up with them in the NCAA tournament.
Congratulations and all praise to Norfolk St. You put the madness in March Madness.
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3 responses to “#15 Norfolk St. Shocks #2 Missouri”
what you mean shocked? We Bad.
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gotta love march madness