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  • Maryland men's basketball plays Wisconsin in 'Super Tuesday' game in February

    Maryland's men's basketball team will play one "Super Tuesday" game on ESPN in 2015, facing Wisconsin at the Xfinity Center at 7 p.m. on Feb. 24. ESPN's "Super Tuesday" schedule -- which features a game from the Big Ten and SEC each week -- was...
  • O'Bannon decision affects area schools but won't alone revolutionize college sports

    Ed O’Bannon is the only player in the last quarter-century to score at least 30 points and grab at least 15 rebounds in the NCAA tournament title game. His 30-and-17 performance in 1995 led UCLA past defending champion Arkansas, giving the Bruins...
  • New arena will also bring big-time hoops to downtown Allentown

     
    Very excited about this. Penn State and Drexel will be playing at the PPL Center in December and I have a feeling many more top college attractions are coming to our new arena. This is great news for the entire basketball community, including our high...
  • Lehigh women among nation's best academically

     
    The Lehigh women's basketball team earned a spot in the Women's College Basketball Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25, coming in 17th with a 2013-14 cumulative grade point average of 3.451. It marks the second consecutive year the Mountain Hawks cracked.....
  • NCAA approves autonomy for the 'Power 5' conferences

    The "Power 5" conferences will have more control in how they run their athletic programs after an historic vote by the NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Thursday. A preliminary proposal for a new governance model for the ACC, Southeastern Conference,...
  • Orlando bids to host future NCAA tournament games

    Orlando bids to host future NCAA tournament games
      Orlando officials have submitted bids to the NCAA for the rights to host the second-and-third round as well as regional rounds of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament for 2016-18 seasons. The Central Florida Sports Commission partnering with...
  • Ex-Huskies Back In State For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic

    Ex-Huskies Back In State For Jim Calhoun Charity Classic
    Not many basketball programs can celebrate their history the way UConn does. Not many have the history UConn has, or history-maker that keeps players coming home. "I can't wait to just be around the guys again," Kevin Ollie said. "We always share some...
  • DWP defends response to UCLA flood, says crews had to find valve

    DWP defends response to UCLA flood, says crews had to find valve
    A top Los Angeles utility official faced tough questions Tuesday night about the response to a massive pipe break that flooded UCLA and surrounding areas with millions of gallons of water and threatened the near-term use of Pauley Pavilion. The...
  • Hoops heavyweights set for Battle 4 Atlantis

    Hoops heavyweights set for Battle 4 Atlantis
    The first-round matchups were announced Tuesday for the Battle 4 Atlantis early season tournament in the Bahamas and some of college basketball's heavyweights are involved. First-round games on Nov. 26 at Imperial Arena in Paradise Island include...
  • Marcus Thompson II: This is one risk NBA owners need to accept

    The gruesome injury to Paul George in a Team USA scrimmage has NBA owners and executives complaining. Again. The scuttlebutt is that executives are talking about how to take NBA stars out of international competition. Cue the violin. No question, the...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Winners and losers from the week that changed college sports

    Football games don't begin for about three weeks, but college sports has its first winners and losers of the season. Two major decisions in about a 30-hour period Thursday and Friday shook the landscape. First, the NCAA granting governing autonomy to the...