[David Toney - For Shaw Media]
“I’m super proud of how we battled, how we competed,” Robinson said. “When we walk on the floor and see Chris Johnson and Welch, they’re 6-6, 6-7 and we’re all barely 6-0.”
Yet somehow the Tigers (22-6, 13-3) outrebounded the Huskies 18-15, including 8-6 on the offensive glass. Robinson had three offensive boards and reserve guard Jeff Kratz, whose two free throws gave the Tigers a 35-33 lead in the second overtime, had two.
“There’s no reason that we should (rebound so well),” Healy said. “It’s a tribute to how special the group is.