Tulane shot 57.1% from the floor in the second half, and finished with a percentage of 46.9 for the night. The Wave was hot from outside the arc in the first half, making 5-of-12, but cooled off in the second half and made only 1-of-4 treys
November 10, 2007
The game's first ten minutes were competitive, and a Chris Moore trey made it a two-point game at 20-18 with 10:05 remaining. But the wheels fell off the Greenie scooter at that point, as they did not score again until Donnie Stith nailed a pair of free throws with 1:37 remaining. Stith also scored the only Green Wave field goal in the final 10 minutes of the half with seven seconds remaining
March 10, 2007
On the next possession, Earls missed a jumper with :31 remaining and Gomez grabbed the rebound. Sims was fouled with eight seconds left on the clock and nailed the two charity tries to give the Green Wave the lead at 78-76. But Earls knocked down the game-winner with 2.5 seconds remaining and a shot at the buzzer by Sims went awry as Tulsa put a dramatic win in the record books
February 1, 2007
For the game Tulane hit 12-of 16 from the charity stripe, while Marshall went 18-of-30, 12-of-17 down the stretch. It was the second straight Tulane game in which the Green Wave's opponent held a decisive edge in free throw attempts.
January 21, 2007
Despite going cold and shooting just 7-of-26 from the floor in the second half the Green Wave held on for the win. In a reversal of their efforts in recent games, Tulane was 16-of-18 from the free-throw line to close out the game. Overall, the Green Wave made 20-of-23 free throw attempts in the game.
January 18, 2007
Ten points was the closest the Privateers were to come in the final stanza, as Bo McCalebb's layup with 10:28 remaining cut the Green Wave lead to 60-50. But pairs of free throws by Drew Garcia and Matt Wheaton, layups by Kory Castine and Kevin Sims, put the Green Wave ahead 67-52, with 5:12 to go
November 14, 2006