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Chattanooga gives coach McCall 2-year extension

Chattanooga men's basketball coach Matt McCall has received a two-year contract extension after leading the Mocs to an NCAA tournament appearance in his debut season.

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2017 Bracketology: No. 14 Seeds

  • East: UT-Arlington Mavericks
  • West: Chattanooga Mocs
  • South: Belmont Bruins
  • Midwest: Old Dominion Monarchs
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Lumberjacks tie tournament record

Stephen F. Austin's 14-point win over West Virginia tied the NCAA tournament record for largest win by a No. 14 seed.

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Congrats to 13-20 percent of you

Wonder how many people picked the upsets correctly? It may be higher (or lower) than you might expect. Yale took the lead and was picked over Baylor by 20.3 percent of brackets, while only 13.1 percent picked Arkansas-Little Rock.

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No. 12 seeds own upset city

If you're among those scratching their heads over the Yale or Arkansas-Little Rock wins, this may come as a shock. At least one 12-seed has won a game in 28 of the 32 tournaments since the field expanded in 1985. And since 2010, 12-seeds are now 12-14 against 5-seeds despite losing all four games last year.

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Hoosiers rip Chattanooga in NCAA tourney opener

Yogi Ferrell had 20 points and a season-high 10 assists, O.G. Anunoby pitched in 14 points and No. 5 seed Indiana took charge of its NCAA Tournament opener against Chattanooga on the way to a 99-

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Your serve, Kentucky. Indiana scored 53 points after intermission, and Yogi Ferrell recorded a 20-10 points-assists double-double. Tom Crean's guys rung up 99 points in a 73-possession game and hit 59 percent of their 3s against Chattanooga. Maybe the Hoosiers wanted to make a point about their seed?

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5-seed Indiana tops 12-seed Chattanooga

Yogi Ferrell dropped 20 points and dished 10 assists to lead the Hoosiers to a 99-74 win. It was the first time today that a 5-seed won. Box score

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Yogi Ferrell having himself a night vs. Chat

The Indiana guard is heading to double-double territory with 15 points and 7 assists as the Hoosiers have a double-digit lead over the Mocs. Follow live

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The Hoosiers' hot shooting extends to the second half as a Nick Zeisloft 3 prompts a Chattanooga timeout. Indiana hasn't missed a shot this half and leads 60-43.

Indiana has 9-point edge at halftime

Chattanooga, a 12 seed, is shooting 50 percent from the field, but 5-seed Indiana is outdoing the Mocs by shooting 60.7 percent. Two 12-seeds have emerged victorious so far today. Box score

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Take a breath at halftime of Indiana-Chattanooga. Hoosiers ahead 46-37 and shooting 61 percent in this furious-paced game. Will the Mocs be the first No. 12 seed to fall?

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Indiana is shooting 65 percent (13 of 20), generally handling Chattanooga's pressure, and the Hoosiers lead is only 29-26. Offense on display in Des Moines as Mocs bid to become the third No. 12 seed to win today.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Tuoyo is doing his part to keep Chattanooga close against fifth-seeded Indiana. The 6-10 junior dunked and followed it on the other end with an immediate swat of Troy Williams. He's an intimidator. Mocs trail 21-17 and cheering hard for their first tournament win since 1997.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Early action between Indiana and Chattanooga. This is one of two first-round matchups this year between regular-season conference champs. The other? Next up in Des Moines, with Kentucky and Stony Brook.

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First Round: Chattanooga (12) vs. Indiana (5)

The Mocs boast résumé wins at Dayton, at Georgia and vs. Illinois. That said, the Hoosiers are favored for good reason. Indiana averages 119.1 points per 100 possessions, the nation's second-most efficient offense. Preview

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The Hoosiers can breathe easy in knowing that a No. 12 seed has already won today. Or is this not how it works? Chattanooga and Indiana are up next in Des Moines, expected by many to rate as the most entertaining first-round game here. The Mocs' 29 wins have already eclipsed the school record, set by the 1977 Division-II title-winning group.

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Des Moines is the place to be Thursday

There are a combined 20 national titles won by UConn (4), Kansas (3), Indiana (5) and Kentucky (8). Des Moines, Iowa, is the host for all four storied programs on Thursday.

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No. 12 seeds have decent chances

According to the Basketball Power Index, the four No. 12 seeds are all given at least a 14 percent chance to win. BPI gives Yale a 41 percent chance to defeat Baylor.

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Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Chattanooga is not sneaking up on Tom Crean or the Hoosiers. The Mocs are 29-5, seeded 12th and "longer than any team" Indiana saw in the Big Ten, said Yogi Ferrell. "Chattanooga is really good," Crean said. The Mocs' press will test Indiana.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

"It's a business trip," says Indiana guard Yogi Ferrell, explaining that the Hoosiers have not had time to enjoy Des Moines in advance of their first-round game Thursday against Chattanooga. Still, Ferrell said he appreciates playing at a site with Kansas, Kentucky and UConn. The four programs have won 20 national titles. "That's what makes the tournament so special," he said.

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Don't take the 12-seed love too far

Twenty No. 12 seeds have advanced to the Sweet 16 since 1985, but only once have two of them done it in the same season. When No. 12 seeds have reached the Sweet 16, their combined record is 1-19. Bracket facts

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.8116th
Rebounds Per Game35.8191st
Assists Per Game14.694th
Points Allowed66.6Tied-53rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record3-11
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances11