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Video: Tyrone Garland 'Southwest Philly Floater' sends La Salle to NCAA tournament's Sweet 16

In case you missed it Sunday night, or if you just want to watch it again - because really, we all do.

Video: Tyrone Garland 'Southwest Philly Floater' sends La Salle to NCAA tournament's Sweet 16

In case you missed it Sunday night, or if you just want to watch it again - because really, we all do - here's video of Tyrone Garland's "Southwest Philly Floater" that sent La Salle to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament with a thrilling 76-74 win over Mississippi in Kansas City.

There's also a video report from the Inquirer's Marc Narducci, who talked with La Salle players after the game.

Read game recaps from Narducci and Mike Kern, and columns from Rich Hofmann and Bob Ford, and check out Ron Cortes' photos. Bob Warner was on La Salle's campus to report on the celebrations.

La Salle will next face Wichita State in Los Angeles on Thursday.

From Temple-Indiana, we have game recaps from Keith Pompey and Ed Barkowitz, columns from Phil Sheridan and Marcus Hayes, and a sidebar from Pompey on Scootie Randall's disappointing day.

From games at the Wells Fargo Center, we have John Smallwood, Mike Jensen, Zach Berman and Joey Cranney on Florida Gulf Coast pulling off another stunning upset, this time over San Diego State. We also have Berman and Cranney on Duke's win over Creighton.

Finally, there's a survey of the tournament as a whole from Jerardi, and this video with me and Jerardi in which we wrap up all of the day's NCAA tournament headlines.

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