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Loyola Md.'s upset bid falls short in second half vs. Northwestern, 74-59

Loyola Md.'s upset bid falls short in second half vs. Northwestern, 74-59

Bryant McIntosh scored a career-high 33 points and Northwestern rallied without Alex Olah to beat Loyola Maryland, 74-59, on Sunday night for its ninth straight win. Scottie Lindsey added 14 points for the Wildcats (12-1), who set a school record with 13 home wins in a row. But the victory was overshadowed by the news that Olah missed the game with a left foot injury. More than an hour before the game, Northwestern announced the absence of the senior center, who sat on the Wildcats' bench wearing a walking boot on his left leg. Olah is averaging 12.8 points, including a team-high 21 points in Northwestern's last game to go over 1,000...

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