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  • Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday

    Bruins hope their NCAA tournament bubble doesn't burst Sunday
    The weekend was a numbers-lovers paradise that took us from Friday the 13th horror (ask Virginia and Duke) to the celebration of Pi Day (3.14159 …), where it was hard to differentiate the conferences from the circumferences. From there, all...
  • No Upsets Here: Kentucky Gets No. 1 Seed In NCAA Tournament

    The Kentucky Wildcats ended up where everyone expected them on Selection Sunday: Seeded No. 1 on their quest to become the first undefeated team since 1976. Oh, but there were surprises when the NCAA Tournament bracket came out, too. Big-conference UCLA...
  • UConn Wouldn't Be First Champ To Miss NCAAs The Next Year

    UConn Wouldn't Be First Champ To Miss NCAAs The Next Year
    As the American Athletic Conference Tournament begins Thursday in Hartford, defending national champion UConn has a simple task. Win four games for the title and secure a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Otherwise, the Huskies figure to be the ninth...
  • On The Fly: Where Is The NCAA's Investigation Of North Carolina?

    On The Fly: Where Is The NCAA's Investigation Of North Carolina?
    Um, NCAA, any time you're ready, we're ready ... to hear about the findings from the investigation you reopened last summer into an academic scandal at mighty North Carolina. You know, the one where a former U.S. Justice Department official found that...
  • Julius Randle cleared to participate in non-contact basketball activity

    Julius Randle cleared to participate in non-contact basketball activity
    Lakers rookie power forward Julius Randle was cleared Monday to participate in non-contact basketball activities. The 20-year-old Kentucky product suffered a season-ending injury, a broken right leg, on opening night, Oct. 28. He had surgery to repair...
  • Indiana's undefeated season would surpass Kentucky's

     Indiana's undefeated season would surpass Kentucky's
    They made up the first basketball starting lineup I memorized as a 7-year-old boy growing up in small-town Indiana: forwards Scott May and Tom Abernethy, guards Quinn Buckner and Bobby Wilkerson and center Kent Benson. They played the game the way...
  • Kentucky's dominance really is good for college basketball

    Kentucky's dominance really is good for college basketball
    College basketball is in trouble. For more than 124 years, basketball has been woven into the fabric of America's culture and it somehow has withstood the test of time. But on the eve of this year's March Madness, the sport has seen better days....
  • What a shock: NCAA sanctions against Syracuse don't affect 2003 title

    What a shock: NCAA sanctions against Syracuse don't affect 2003 title
    The NCAA needs to sponsor a "Shell Game" championship, given its continued excellence in that sport. The governing body of college athletics, even in handing down severe sanctions against Syracuse basketball on Friday, continues to send a time-honored...
  • Pitino compares historically good U.Va., Kentucky defenses

    Pitino compares historically good U.Va., Kentucky defenses
    Rick Pitino is to college basketball defense what Gerard Basset is to wine, a man with highly refined taste and a nose for fraud. This marks the seventh time in the last eight seasons that Pitino’s Louisville Cardinals have ranked among the nation&...
  • Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein poses double threat of defense and dunks

    Kentucky's Willie Cauley-Stein poses double threat of defense and dunks
    First there was The Dunk, quickly christened by people as the best of the year even though it was only a week into February. Then came The Dunk To End All Dunks, again labeled the best of 2015 and also a slight sign of progress because we were within...
  • Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns might be just what the Lakers need

    Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns might be just what the Lakers need
    If Lakers followers leave just enough room between squeezed eyelids, Karl-Anthony Towns might look like a familiar player. Without all the knee problems. And the unpredictable attitude. Towns is a freshman at Kentucky whose two-way play makes him a...