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DAYTON, Ohio -- D.J. Evans is charitably listed at 5-foot-9. His coach and teammates tease him that he looks a foot shorter. Yet he stood awfully tall for Albany on Tuesday night. Evans scored 22 points, including two clinching free throws with 12.6 seconds left, to lead the Great Danes to their first NCAA tournament victory, 71-64 over Mount St. Marys in the First Four. Evans, an often overlooked component in Albanys lineup, belied his height with nine rebounds to go with three assists. "Hes about 4-foot-8, so hes really impressive," laughed his running mate at guard, Peter Hooley, who had 20 points. "I dont think theres another 4-8 guard who could go in there and get that many boards. He did what he needed to do to get this win." It was a signature victory for the America East Conference tournament champs, who had come up empty in three previous trips to the big dance. "It means a lot," said an emotional coach Will Brown. "Theres no better feeling. Like I told our kids, were going to be in the history books at the University of Albany forever." The Great Danes (19-14) advance to meet overall No. 1 seed and top-ranked Florida on Thursday in Orlando. But that was a concern for another day. It was a wild game of incredible turnarounds, with the Great Danes bolting to leads of 13-0 and 21-2, only to have The Mount (16-17) bounce back with a 21-2 run of its own to pull even. Hooley, one of three Australians on the Albany roster, hit two free throws with 2:43 remaining to stretch the lead to 65-62. After Julian Norfleet countered with a bucket, Hooley again pounded his way to the basket and lofted a shot over a defender for a 67-64 lead at the 2-minute mark. It stayed that way with the teams missing big shots. Rashad Whack and Norfleet each missed potential tying 3s -- Whacks rolled almost inside the rim and then bounded away. "When it hit the rim, I thought it was going to go in," Whack said softly. Evans was fouled with 12.6 seconds left and hit both shots to increase the lead to five points -- and out of reach of another long-range shot. Evans was most proud of his rebounding. "They shot a lot of 3s and there were a lot of long rebounds," he said with a grin. "I was just at the right place at the right time." After playing two years of junior-college ball and sitting behind a senior starter a year ago, Brown told Evans his day would eventually come. "Hes the happiest kid in the world right now," Brown said. Norfleet then missed another 3 and Albany finally could call itself an NCAA winner. Will Miller, a freshman who came off the bench, led The Mount with 21 points, all on 3s. But he didnt get off a shot in the last 3:32 after making back-to-back 3s to draw the Mountaineers within a point. Whack added 16 points and Sam Prescott 14 for The Mount, which electrified the crowd at the University of Dayton with 3-point fireworks. The Mountaineers hit 12 of 37 shots behind the arc to time and again come back from deficits. The glut of 3-pointers was nothing new for the Mountaineers. They came in with an offence heavily dependent on shots behind the arc. They averaged 9 of 25 on 3-pointers coming in. Albany had made some racket in the NCAAs before, but had never come out on top. In 2006, the Great Danes led by double figures in the second half but lost to Connecticut, 72-59. A year later, they held their own before falling Virginia, 84-57. A year ago, as a 15 seed, they battled Duke throughout before coming up short, 73-61. Mount St. Marys was also making its fourth NCAA appearance, although it had won once before -- a victory over Coppin State in 2008 in the old format of an opening-round leading into the big tournament. Albany led 35-31 at the break, but that didnt tell the story of one bizarre half. The Mount couldnt do much right for the first 8-plus minutes. The Great Danes raced to a 13-0 lead. The Mountaineers missed misfired on their first 11 shots from the field, including six behind the arc. "A lot of teams would have folded," said Mount coach Jamion Christian. "Our guys didnt do that. They took the punch and they bounced back." Things quickly turned around, with Mount going on an 18-0 run. Like a couple of sparring partners, the teams kept trading flurries in the second half. Down 45-41, Albany went on a 10-1 run. Trailing 60-53, the Mountaineers scored nine of the next 12 capped by Millers two 3s to cut the deficit to a point. That set the stage for Evans to play like a giant. Ronnie Stanley Jersey .Y. -- The Montreal Canadiens have had few reasons to celebrate this season as they have been mired near the basement of the Eastern Conference. Ryan Jensen Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. http://www.cheapravensshoponline.com/Yo ... ns-Jersey/. The Australian is competing in his final season in Formula One and still looking for his first win this year. 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A case in point was Ottawas 33-23 road loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday when the Redblacks put several solid drives together but either came away with no points or settled for field goals. Burris said Ottawa (1-3) must take advantage of whatever chances it gets Saturday night when it hosts the defending Grey Cup-champion Saskatchewan Roughriders (2-2) at TD Place Stadium. Catch the action live on TSN at at 7pm et/4pm pt. "Weve been able to get drives going against pretty much anybody weve played but weve found ways to shoot ourselves in the foot, whether its been mental errors, penalties or something like that," Burris told reporters Friday. "Those are things that are easily correctable but the problem is if you say theyre easily correctable then we cant have those mistakes happening over and over again. "When we have a chance to put the ball in the end zone, weve got to put seven points on the board, continually put the pressure on (the Riders) and make them one-dimensional." Saskatchewan (2-2) comes off an impressive 37-9 home win over Toronto, with Will Ford rushing for 113 yards and three TDs in his Riders debut. The defence also registered four sacks — including two by defensive lineman John Chick — and two interceptions. Chick has a CFL-high six sacks and Saskatchewan is second overall with 18, one behind league-leading Edmonton. But Burris said facing the Roughriders gives Ottawa the chance to not only prove itself against the defending champions but also make hay in the weak East Division. Ottawa is currently tied for first as Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton all have just one win on the season. The Alouettes host the Argos later Friday night so its likely at least one club will have two victories and Burris would like the Redblacks to keep pace. "Right now, it is what it is in the East," Burris said. "This would be a great game for us to get some momentum behind us ... and do something no other team in the East is trying to do right now and thats string together a win after a win. "This is a great opportunity to play against a team like Saskatchewan. It not only gives you a chance to make a statement to yourself as a team but your fans in the stands and also across the league.dddddddddddd" The Riders will make their first CFL visit to Ottawa since Aug. 11, 2005 when the then-Renegades beat Saskatchewan 22-17. In that game, Ottawa quarterback Kerry Joseph threw for 168 yards and a TD and ran for two more against a team that two years later hed lead to a Grey Cup title en route to being named the leagues outstanding player. The CFL suspended the Renegades following the 05 season due to financial instability. "I think thats going to be a challenge for us but I think its also exciting for the guys to play at a new stadium with a brand new team," Riders coach Corey Chamblin said of his teams Ottawa visit. "Its always new energy there and right now our record is clean there." Chamblin says its wrong to think of Ottawa as an expansion team because many of their players are CFL veterans. "It might be new in terms of facilities and all that but these players on that team, they know how to play in this league," Chamblin said. "I think those guys are ahead of the curve. "I think a lot of people thought theyd struggle in all three phases but I dont think theyve struggled at all. Theyve done a very good job of putting together a good team." Durant is looking forward to seeing how many of the Riders loyal fans make the trip to Ottawa. "I love night games, first and foremost, and being in a brand new stadium in that type of environment," he said. "Im really anxious to see what kind of green we can get." But the veteran quarterback also believes Ottawas defence is a very capable one especially under the watch of head coach Rick Campbell, the former Calgary Stampeders defensive co-ordinator. "I see a defence that flies around," he said. "Theyre very well coached ... so I know theyll be fundamentally sound. "Theyve got some good veteran players over there who played on other teams in the past. Theyre not bad at all." Veteran slotback Chris Getzlaf, a 31-year-old Regina native, returns after missing three games with a leg injury. "Its very important," Durant said of Getzlafs return. "Hes one of the better receivers in our league, not just Canadian, and hes had a lot of success. "Hes a guy who I know his body language and exactly where hes going to be." It will be an extended road trip for the Riders, wholl visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Thursday night. 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