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The Nine: Part II

Part II of our review of last night's double-overtime classic in Louisville examines the effort of Notre Dame's freshmen big men, the apparent Game 27 epiphany of the coaching staff, and offers further proof of sarcasm's healing power.

Click here for Part I. Post Presence – Jack Cooley Cooley had logged six Big East minutes entering the contest. He responded to his first dose of significant college basketball action with 5 rebounds (two offensive), 2 points, 2 steals, and a blocked shot in 19 minutes (not to mention a few minutes of national notoriety courtesy of the ESPN announcing crew of Fran Fraschilla and John...

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