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Kevin Ware

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  • Coach Marshall: We've overcome a lot and expect to win

    Coach Marshall: We've overcome a lot and expect to win
    Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall is one of the most popular men in Wichita.  In his six years in town, he's led the Shocker to their first Final Four in almost 50 years.  The road to Atlanta wasn't easy.  Eyewitness Sports reporter Jenn Bates caught...
  • Grant's NCAA Blog: We here

    Grant's NCAA Blog: We here
    Atlanta, Los Angeles thinks your traffic is awful. Seriously. We talked to someone from Atlanta before we landed here and they said that the traffic is rough. We didn't believe them. I regret that mistake. To move a couple miles in your car takes an...
  • NCAA Final Four: Wichita State vs. Louisville

    NCAA Final Four: Wichita State vs. Louisville
    WICHITA STATE Starters P; Player; Ht; Wt; Statistics G; Ron Baker; 6-3; 218; 8.6 ppg F; Cleanthony Early; 6-8; 215; 13.7 ppg F; Carl Hall; 6-8; 238; 6.9 rpg G; Tekele Cotton; 6-4; 202; 6.4 ppg G; Malcolm Armstead; 6-0; 205; 10.9 ppg...
  • For What it's Worth: Final Four Game Day

    For What it's Worth: Final Four Game Day
    Wichita State has been counted so far out of tonight’s match up with Louisville, that it’s almost an insult to the teams the Shockers have beaten along the way. The Brand has changed--- Regardless what happens tonight, the view of Wichita...
  • WSU falls short to Louisville, 72-68

    WSU falls short to Louisville, 72-68
    Wichita State did everything right for nearly 30 minutes, building a second-half lead and putting itself in position to become the highest-seeded team to play for a national title.     The final 10 minutes, mighty Louisville started to play like...
  • It's full speed ahead as Louisville beats Michigan for NCAA title

    It's full speed ahead as Louisville beats Michigan for NCAA title
    ATLANTA — Scoring is down, players leave early and the best action on television today is still probably 1980s replays of the Atlantic Coast Conference. For one Monday night, though, college basketball stood history on its head and produced high-...
  • NCAA title game started and ended too late for many viewers

    It was a great game. But it's likely that many missed the finish. That's because the NCAA men's basketball championship game between Louisville and Michigan didn't end until 11:45 Eastern time. And, then after the game's conclusion, CBS had to get in...
  • CBS did right thing not exploiting Ware injury

    CBS did right thing not exploiting Ware injury
    If you were like me and hosting a family get-together on Sunday and didn't see what initially happened to Louisville guard Kevin Ware late in the first half of the NCAA Midwest Regional final, you were frustrated. "Show the replay!" I said as we tried to...
  • Louisville's Kevin Ware expected to be at Final Four

    Louisville's Kevin Ware expected to be at Final Four
    Kevin Ware is already up and walking, and he has a nice souvenir to keep him company until he's cleared to return to Louisville. Cardinals Coach Rick Pitino brought the Midwest Regional championship trophy when he visited Ware, who remains...
  • Things could be stifling at the Final Four

    Things could be stifling at the Final Four
    ATLANTA -- This Final Four will be "lights out" on the scoreboard only if there's a second-half power outage at the Georgia Dome. (Hey, it already happened at one football stadium this year.) Saturday's two games in a vacuous, 75,000-seat venue have...
  • For What It's Worth: Shockers Charting Atlanta

    For What It's Worth: Shockers Charting Atlanta
    My 14-year-old son was very concerned when he learned that Wichita State was on the cover of this week’s Sports Illustrated. “What about the Sports Illustrated jinx”, he asked with a straight face. I told him that it was a regional cover...