Mikh McKinney pumped in 21 points and Sacramento State took over first place in the Big Sky Conference with a 73-60 win over Portland State Saturday night.
Saturday will be a critical test for Sacramento State and UC Davis to see if the road to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament could run through the Sacramento area for two conferences.
Northern Colorado rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit and led 49-46 with 6:44 to go. McKinney then scored eight straight points and 10 in a 16-4 run for a 62-53 lead. The Bears responded with six unanswered points before McKinney added a layup and two free throws in the final 33 seconds to secure the victory.
Sekou Wiggs added 12 points, Connor Hill scored 11 and Paulin Mpawe grabbed nine rebounds for Idaho (11-12, 6-6 Big Sky), which made 27 of 48 (56.3 percent) from the field and outrebounded the Hornets 38-22.
Drew Brandon added 13 points, including two free throws with 3.1 seconds left for the Eagles (19-5, 10-1), who won their sixth straight since losing 90-77 in Sacramento.
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Currently, ESPN says both schools could make the March Madness bracket and fight for the crown of college basketball. Sacramento State (11-6) and UC Davis (14-3) have 12 games remaining on their schedules.
In his six months in New Orleans, undrafted linebacker Todd Davis was waived four times, bouncing back and forth between the Saints’ practice squad and their active roster.
Alex Tiffin added 15 points and Cody Demps 14 for the Hornets (5-3), who are unbeaten at home with four victories.
Deven Hunter had 20 points, nine rebounds and five assists, and No. 17 Oregon State broke the school record for assists in a 109-61 victory over Sacramento State on Saturday.
Sacramento State professor Kevin Wehr says social media definitely contributed to the enormity of the response, and he says social media has become a trend on recent hot-button issues that can help to mobilize people and ideas.
Garrett Safron was 25 of 33 for 288 yards and four touchdowns to lead Sacramento State over UC Davis 41-30 on Saturday.