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Western Ky. comes from 16 down to beat Miss. Valley State

Dayton : OH : USA | Mar 13, 2012 at 8:07 PM PDT
Source: Lexington Herald-Leader
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Tournament ranked first only chronologically until a improbable Western Kentucky rally made it memorable. Western came back from 16 down in the final five minutes to win 59-58. His team's collapse took Woods back 20 years to find words to console his players. "I told the team the same thing Coach (Rick)... FULL ARTICLE AT Lexington Herald-Leader
 
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