Memphis Vs. Saint Louis Score Update: Billikens And Tigers Tied 23-23 At Halftime

The 2012 NCAA Tournament continues its Round of 64 in Columbus on Friday night. In the first evening matchup, No. 8 seed Memphis Tigers are facing off against the No. 9 seed Saint Louis Billikens. The teams are two of the most evenly-matched in the entire tournament and through the half, they have been playing like it in a close contest, as was expected. At halftime, the score is tied, 23-23.

While the first half has not necessarily been pretty, it has been close. Both teams are shooting around 33 percent from the floor. No players have reached double digits in scoring. Kwamain Mitchell hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer to knot the score heading into the half.

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For complete, up-to-the-minute NCAA Tournament score updates, check out SI.com's full scoreboard.

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