Bynum's 27 points lift No. 11 Providence over Xavier in 3 OT
Adam Kunkel had 20 points and Paul Scruggs added 19 for Xavier, which has lost two straight and seven of 10. He hit two free throws and, after another Musketeers miss, Providence was able to run out the clock. Alyn Breed, who hadn’t attempted a shot to that point, sank two free throws to make it 84-81. Scruggs got it back to a point with his jumper on the other end before two more free throws by Breed. Two more free throws by Scruggs cut it to 86-85, but Xavier fouled Watson before the next inbounds — a flagrant foul.wftv.com
Late tip-in helps Providence hold off No. 10 Villanova 54-52
(AP Photo/Stew Milne)David Duke made a tiebreaking tip-in with 2.8 seconds left on Saturday and Providence held on after blowing a 20-point lead to beat No. Duke and Nate Watson scored 20 points apiece, and Noah Horchler had 10 points and 13 rebounds for Providence (13-12, 9-10 Big East). PC led 38-18 in the first before Villanova scored the first 11 points of the second. He joined Gillespie on the bench for the second half, wearing a boot. SECOND HALF WOESProvidence took an 11-point lead into halftime in its last game, against St. John’s on Wednesday.
Late dunk lifts No. 11 Creighton to win over Providence
… Christian made a hell of a play to win the game for us.”Creighton led by 13 with about seven minutes left in the second half. Creighton inbounded quickly, and Zegarowski pushed the ball up the floor and found the trailing Bishop for the dunk. They also played the second half without Jared Bynum, who sat with an undisclosed injury. Greg Gantt started the second half in his place. Providence had just one turnover in the opening nine minutes of the half, but gave it away over the final 11 minutes.
How you should spend that extra hour from Daylight Saving Time
According to Mother Nature Network, there is a ton of data that points to negative effects on our bodies from the time change resulting from daylight saving time. -- we've reached the end of the seasonal practice known as Daylight Saving Time. "When we do go to daylight saving time, sleep is disrupted; it's shortened and it's less efficient," Watson said. Trying to adjust to Daylight Saving Time can throw off this internal response. And if you're thinking to yourself that snoozing for an extra hour or not couldn't possibly make a difference to your health, you're underestimating sleep again.