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  • March Madness: Watch As Coin Flips Decide The 2011 Men's Basketball Championship

    March Madness: Watch As Coin Flips Decide The 2011 Men's Basketball Championship
    It's March Madness time again, and that means college basketball fans everywhere have begun filling out their brackets. With first-round play beginning tomorrow, people are looking for any method to pick the big bracket-busting upsets. We took an unusual...
  • Missouri reaches out to Kim Anderson, still no contact with Gregg Marshall

    The search for Frank Haith's replacement as Missouri's men's basketball coach entered its fifth day Tuesday with athletic director Mike Alden bunkered in as promised. "The next time that I would talk to you, after this today, will be when we introduce...
  • The Power Of Shabazz

    I, along with the rest of the state of Connecticut, beamed with pride as both of our flagship state university's basketball teams marched to dual NCAA basketball championships this year. This feat is truly amazing, rare, and has been achieved only by...
  • UConn's Shabazz Napier Throws Out First Pitch At Fenway

    BOSTON – There were a lot of champions at Fenway Park on Tuesday. And if there is one thing one champion can appreciate, it's another. "Attitude, man, attitude," said David Ortiz, the Red Sox's World Series MVP and legendary clutch performer....
  • FSU basketball draws tough road schedule for 2014-15 season

    FSU basketball draws tough road schedule for 2014-15 season
    FSU basketball must brace itself for a rigorous road schedule next season. The ACC released its 2014-15 and 2015-16 league basketball schedules Tuesday, and the Seminoles drew a tough slew of road games next year. The Seminoles, which finished 22-14...
  • Kentucky's Randle declares for NBA draft

    Kentucky freshman Julius Randle announced Tuesday he will leave after one season to enter the NBA draft. The 6-foot-9, 250-pound All-American power forward is projected to be a top-five pick in the June 26 draft. “Growing up, I dreamed about...
  • Aurora welcomes UConn's Boatright as hometown hero

    Ryan Boatright may now be known best for overcoming a sprained ankle to help lead the Connecticut Huskies to an unexpected NCAA men's basketball national championship this year. But for the several hundred people who welcomed him back to his hometown of...
  • Michael Hunt: Eventually NCAA will pay

    When Wisconsin played in the Final Four earlier this month, the magnitude of the event was apparent in so many ways. One was the sheer size of the building. In another blatant act of greed and hypocrisy, the NCAA stuffed almost 80,000 people inside an...
  • Reports: Vols to hire Tyndall

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Donnie Tyndall of Southern Miss will be the 19th Tennessee men's basketball coach, according to multiple reports published late Monday night. Both CBSSports.com and ESPN.com, citing anonymous sources, reported that UT reached an...
  • Reports: Vols set to name Tyndall as men's basketball coach

    Donnie Tyndall of Southern Miss will be the 19th Tennessee men's basketball coach, according to multiple reports published late Monday night. Both CBSSports.com and ESPN.com reported that UT reached a deal with Tyndall, 43, hours after Louisiana Tech...
  • Ex-USC basketball player Byron Wesley reportedly exploring options

    Former USC basketball player Byron Wesley, who announced last week that he would graduate this summer and transfer for his final season of eligibility, has been contacted by seven schools, he told USCFootball.com. Wesley, a guard who was the Trojans'...