Heads-up effort has Johnnies sky-high

Red Storm ends brutal stretch with affirming win over No. 3 Blue Devils

Updated: January 31, 2011, 12:08 PM ET
By Kieran Darcy | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- As the final seconds ticked away on Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden, the outcome -- as expected -- was no longer in doubt.

Except, instead of a Duke player dribbling out the clock, it was St. John's guard Dwight Hardy.

Coach Steve Lavin was working his way down to the end of the St. John's bench, slapping every hand along the way. Pockets of St. John's fans were edging closer to the court, preparing to rush on and celebrate. Countless others in the sellout crowd ...

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