Top 10 tournament performances by local players
#9 - 2009 — JIMMER GOES FOR 37 »2 of 10 «
Scott G Winterton, Deseret News
Jimmer Fredette makes his first big splash on the national scene with his 37-point performance in BYU’s first-round 99-92 overtime victory against Florida in Oklahoma City. Fredette, who was nearly overshadowed by teammate Michael Loyd’s 26 points off the bench, hit a key basket to send the game into overtime, then knocked down two long 3-pointers in the second overtime to give the Cougars their first NCAA victory in 17 years.
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