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    Little Rock Ousts Purdue in NCAA Thriller

    It’s called March Madness for a reason. The unheralded Trojans pushed the No. 5 favorites to double overtime before finally sealing the stunning upset 85-83. Senior guard Josh Hagins’ performance was historic: 31 points, seven rebounds, six assists and five steals — the most in tournament history since steals stats were first recorded in 1986. Seated courtside, Trojans’ alum and former NBA star Derek Fisher called the 22-year-old’s game “unbelievable.” Next Hagins will try to keep his team’s dream alive when they face No. 4 Iowa State on Saturday.

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