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Drew Crawford

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  • Academics at crux of Cobb suspension

    Academics at crux of Cobb suspension
    Academic issues were the main reason Northwestern suspended JerShon Cobb  for the 2012-13 season, the Tribune has learned. Subpar grades left Cobb ineligible for the fall quarter. And the talented swingman continues to struggle with left hip tendinitis...
  • BTN's Doyle: Don't pull plug on Carmody

    BTN's Doyle: Don't pull plug on Carmody
    Northwestern athletic director Jim Phillips has declined to return text messages. And a team spokesman said coach Bill Carmody is “unavailable” for interviews Monday. It certainly makes you wonder whether Carmody is being told that his time at...
  • Collins is hype AND hope for Northwestern

    Collins is hype AND hope for Northwestern
    At Northwestern, words like "expectations," "hype" and "potential" usually are associated with football. But lately those words are starting to float around the men's basketball team. The reason for this phenomenon: new coach Chris Collins. It's rare...
  • Hardy to remain at Northwestern

    Hardy to remain at Northwestern
    After winning Tuesday’s news conference, Chris Collins no doubt believes he improved to 2-for-2 on Friday by retaining Tavaras Hardy. Northwestern’s longtime assistant is the program’s strongest link to Drew Crawford, who continues...
  • One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall

    One-time NU commit Sina picks Seton Hall
    Where Fred Hill goes, Jaren Sina follows. Sina originally committed to Northwestern, where Hill was an assistant under Bill Carmody. On the same day Seton Hall announced that Hill would join head coach Kevin Willard’s staff, the 6-foot-1 combo...
  • Crawford returns to NU for final season

    Drew Crawford will return to Northwestern for final year of eligibility, a coup for new coach Chris Collins. It means the Wildcats will have a decent shot to reach the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history. And with a good 2013-14 season,...
  • U.Va. forward Mitchell's double-double doesn't keep Portsmouth Partnership from falling in PIT semifinal

    Virginia forward Akil Mitchell posted a double-double in Friday night's second semifinal of the annual Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, but his Portsmouth Partnership team lost anyway. Georgetown guard Markel Starks had 23 points as Sales Systems...
  • Suffolk's Gardner named PIT MVP; Georgetown's Starks hits buzzer-beater for title

    The Portsmouth Invitational Tournament couldn't have ended in much more memorable fashion Saturday night at Churchland High. Georgetown's Markel Starks sank a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to give Sales Systems Ltd. a 75-73 victory over Norfolk Sports Club...
  • Free throw shooters share their routines

     Free throw shooters share their routines
    Free-throw shooters, both good and bad, have unique routines. From the moment the whistle blows and they know they are about to step to the line, some players focus all their mental energy on placing themselves in the practice gym or backyard. They...
  • Northwestern falls to Nebraska 54-47

    Shavon Shields recorded 17 points and 10 rebounds as the Cornhuskers held off the Wildcats for their seventh straight win at home. Walter Pitchford contributed 10 points and nine rebounds while Terran Petteway scored 10 for Nebraska (17-11, 9-7 Big Ten)...
  • NU edges Minnesota for third straight road win

    Northwestern's reign of terror continued on Saturday against host Minnesota at Williams Arena, as the Wildcats continued to be the story of the Big Ten Conference. Guard Trey Demps hit a 3-pointer with 55 seconds left, breaking a 52-52 tie and lifting...