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  • USC basketball: Byron Wesley will transfer

    USC guard Byron Wesley, the Trojans' leading scorer last season, announced Wednesday that he would transfer and play his final season at another school. Wesley said on his Twitter feed that he would graduate this summer and transfer. "We wish Byron...
  • Wisconsin knows Frank Kaminsky has star power

    ARLINGTON, Texas The most pertinent question asked in October about Frank Kaminsky was whether the junior would provide Wisconsin with a consistent inside presence to fill the void created by the departure of three seniors. Today the most intriguing...
  • Two-and-done? Not so fast

    Two-and-done? Not so fast
    New NBA commissioner Adam Silver's desire to force players to stay in college for two years was a big topic of discussion at McDonald's All-American Games' events this week. Fab Fiver and longtime NBA guard Jalen Rose, who broadcast the game for ESPN,...
  • Sideline Chatter: Coach Cal's geopolitics

    Sideline: The NCAA has John Calipari seeing reds. College sports' ruling body had best bone up on 20th-century history, the Kentucky basketball coach says, and it's all in his new book, "Players First: Coaching From the Inside Out." "The situation...
  • Missouri basketball besieged by player arrests

    COLUMBIA, Mo. When his fourth season at Missouri begins later this year, basketball coach Frank Haith will likely have to replace players that accounted for 75 percent of this season's scoring. But he'll resist calling 2014-15 a rebuilding year even...
  • John Smallwood: No love lost between UConn, Notre Dame coaches

    Let's be honest, had these been the circumstances surrounding Monday night's men's NCAA championship, we would have touted it as the greatest college basketball matchup ever. The significance of Tuesday night's women's NCAA final is beyond comparison....
  • New coach Ernie Kent says crowds will return to Washington State

    PULLMAN, Wash. Ernie Kent has started up again, wearing those dapper suits, preaching the gospel, swearing it can be done, doing what he was meant to do. "This morning," said his daughter McKenzie, "he had a smile on his face like he was a little kid."...
  • Aaron Harrison's late three-pointer rescues Kentucky

    ARLINGTON, Texas Youth prevailed once again in this year's NCAA Tournament. Kentucky's one-and-done squad pulled off another remarkable comeback, this time against veteran-laden Wisconsin. The Wildcats punched their ticket to the national championship...
  • Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.

    Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va.
    Running Odenton's Henry takes Marine Corps 17.75K in Va. Former U.S. Army runner Steven Henry of Odenton won the Marine Corps 17.75K on Saturday in Prince William County, Va. Henry covered the twisting 11.03-mile course through Prince William Forest...
  • Houston's television deal flops as most viewers in city can't watch Astros

    A funny thing happened to the Houston Astros on their way to Arlington for the weekend series against the Rangers. The Astros played a home baseball game Monday afternoon, lost, 9-1, to the Los Angeles Angels, and were shut out. They scored a 0.0 rating...
  • NINE TITLES, ONE CONSTANT: UConn Women's Championships Start And End With Geno Auriemma

    NINE TITLES, ONE CONSTANT: UConn Women's Championships Start And End With Geno Auriemma
    Playing for Geno Auriemma is not easy. And it shouldn't be, or so say those who fully subscribe to the risk-reward theory of finding success. But that's not really the point now, as the state celebrates his record ninth women's basketball championship....