Notre Dame guard Eric Atkins looked at the Purcell Pavilion scoreboard on a couple of occasions and thought “we got this.”
But Clemson kept coming back.
Steve Vasturia finally buried the Tigers, nailing two three-pointers in the second overtime to help the Irish to a 68-64 victory.
“In a season of crazy stuff happening, that was crazy,” Notre Dame coach Mike Brey said...
Steve Vasturia made sure Notre Dame didn't let Clemson rally back and force a third overtime.
The Fighting Irish led most of the way against the Tigers on Tuesday night, going up by as many as nine points early in the second half, by seven points with just under 3 minutes remaining in regulation and by four with 24 seconds left in the first overtime before Vasturia hit two 3...
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February 11, 2014
Steve Vasturia stole the ball from Virginia’s Joe Harris. Seconds later, the Cavaliers regained possession as London Perrantes took the ball away from the Irish’s Pat Connaughton.
Virginia pushed it ahead to Malcolm Brogdon, who ended the wild sequence with a three-pointer.
Notre Dame was uncharacteristically sloppy with the ball. And Virginia took advantage on the way to a...
So much for momentum coming out of the Duke game. Mike Brey's squad fell flat in front of a sparse and lifeless crowd in Purcell Pavillion on Tuesday evening.
If Saturday's victory over Duke signaled Notre Dame Basketball's competitive arrival into the ACC, Tuesday's loss to a much less highly-regarded North Carolina State team served as a stone-cold reminder that...