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Syracuse knocked third-ranked Connecticut out of the Big East quarterfinals in a game for the ages: a 127-117 sextuple-overtime victory that didn't end until 1:22 a.m. The 70-minute epic was the second-longest game in Division I history. (Don't miss Luke Winn's coverage of the neverending Garden party.)

In an earlier quarterfinal clash, Dwayne Anderson's layup as time expired lifted Villanova to a 76-75 win over Marquette. [YouTube]

Kobe Bryant scored the last of his 23 points on a 3-pointer with 1:46 left and the Lakers secured a postseason spot with a 102-95 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. [NBA.com]

Mets ace Johan Santana reported no trouble with his elbow after making his spring debut. [MLB.com]

Phil Mickelson discussed his opening-round 65 after he tied for the first-round lead in the 2009 World Golf Championship in Doral, Fla. [PGATour.com]

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