San Diego State squeezes life out of Furman, advances to third Sweet 16 in program history

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The San Diego Union-Tribune

ORLANDO, Fla. — Florida has a python problem. They are not indigenous to the region, but Burmese pythons became fashionable pets in the 1970s and when they grew too big, their owners thought, well, why not just release them into the Everglades? Then they started eating everything in sight and having babies. The concern now is they’re working their way north. There was a sighting in Orlando on Saturday, in the Amway Center in the NCAA Tournament’s round of 32. San Diego State wrapped itself around the Furman Paladins and mercilessly squeezed the life out of Cinderella, racing to a 14-point half…

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