Found March 17, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
PLAYERS: Will Barton
TEAMS: Memphis Tigers
Memphis guard Will Barton cried in his post game presser after losing to St. Louis yesterday. He said he wishes he could have done more for his team and put the loss on his back. So far there have been plenty of upsets in this tournament and it looks like there will be plenty more.H/T College Football Section
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