2012/13 College Dunk of the Year Tournament: Quarterfinals


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And then there were eight.  We selected 16 of the best dunks from the 2012/13 college basketball season and paired them up in a single elimination tournament.  Round 1 is in the books, and the field has been cut in half; the quarterfinals are here.

The rules are pretty simple: you, the reader, vote for which dunk is the best between each pair (please only vote once per dunk – no ballot stuffing – that's why a valid e-mail address is required for each voting ballot). Each round of voting will be open for a week and we'll continue until we have crowned our champion.

So let's get the show on the road – voting for The Quarterfinals ends this Sunday at midnight Eastern.

Round 1 Results:

Daniel Skinner beat Archie Goodwin #1 (60% to 40%)

Keith Appling beat Archie Goodwin #2 (68% to 32%)

Doug Anderson #1 beat Tarik Black (56% to 44%)

Marcus Lewis beat Mason Plumlee (53% to 47%)

Maurice Kemp beat Doug Anderson #2 (52% to 48%)

Jonathan Ouegnin beat Doug Anderson #3 (58% to 42%)

Anthony 'Nemo' Goode beat Rodney Purvis (51% to 49%)

C.J. Fair beat Chane Behanan (69% to 31%)


 


Matchup 1:

Daniel Skinner (Jacksonville College) 

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vs

Keith Appling (Michigan State) 

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Matchup 2:

Doug Anderson (Detroit) (skip to 18 second mark) 

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vs

Marcus Lewis (Eastern Kentucky) 

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Matchup 3:

Maurice Kemp (East Carolina)

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vs

Jonathan Ouegnin (Mercyhurst)

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Matchup 4:

Anthony 'Nemo' Goode (Virginia Intermont)

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vs

 

C.J. Fair (Syracuse)

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Voting for this round is now closed.  Click here for the semifinals.
 

 

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