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  • UCLA gets swamped again by Florida

    UCLA gets swamped again by Florida
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Out of the mouths of Bruin babes. UCLA freshmen Zach LaVine and Bryce Alford decompressed in the locker room, a long day of chasing without reward over. LaVine looked up at Alford and said, "Man, no more games. No practice...
  • Mark Whicker: Dayton brings balance to Memphis

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. At last there's a theme for USC's 2013-14 men's basketball highlight film. We Beat Dayton. That's right. The Flyers have stunned their way into Saturday's NCAA South Regional final against top-ranked Florida. The same Flyers lost, at...
  • Gators' Finney-Smith embraces sixth man position

    Gators' Finney-Smith embraces sixth man position
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — UF sixth man Dorian Finney-Smith arrived at the NCAA Tournament last week with a bounce in his step and his ever-present smile wider than ever. Finney-Smith realized a dream reaching college basketball's biggest stage for the...
  • Billy Donovan has become UF's version of John Wooden after beating UCLA, reaching another Elite 8

    Billy Donovan has become UF's version of John Wooden after beating UCLA, reaching another Elite 8
    MEMPHIS — Somewhere up there in hoops heaven, after the Florida Gators once again defeated his former program in the NCAA Sweet 16 Thursday night, the late, great John Wooden must have looked down in bewilderment at the alternative basketball...
  • NCAA tournament: Florida eliminates UCLA once again, 79-68

    NCAA tournament: Florida eliminates UCLA once again, 79-68
    Top-ranked and No. 1-seeded Florida is going to its fourth consecutive Elite Eight in the NCAA basketball tournament. UCLA is going home to Westwood for the fourth time since 2006 after meeting the Gators in the NCAA tournament, this time getting beat,...
  • NCAA tournament: Who will win today's Sweet 16 games? [poll]

    The NCAA tournament resumes today with four games on the schedule in the Sweet 16 round: Dayton vs. Stanford, Baylor vs. Wisconsin, UCLA vs. Florida and San Diego State vs. Arizona. Who do you think will win each game? 2014 NCAA tournament bracket...
  • Dayton Flyers relaxed, ready for Florida

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. Devin Oliver and Jordan Sibert wore socks, but no shoes, to a press conference Friday at FedExForum. This Dayton Flyers team is a loose group. That shows in the way it plays and the way it approaches the game. Winning helps, but to a...
  • Calipari, Kentucky get last laugh on Donovan, Gators yet again

    Calipari, Kentucky get last laugh on Donovan, Gators yet again
    ARLINGTON, Texas — As painful as it might be, the time has come for all of us to give the devil his due, er, blue and bow down before the greatness of Kentucky coach John Calipari. The Big Blue Nation and its Kentucky Childcats are back in the...
  • UConn Shocks Florida, Heads To National Championship Game

    UConn Shocks Florida, Heads To National Championship Game
    ARLINGTON, Texas — The Huskies never seem to run out of surprises, never seem to run out of belief in themselves, never seem to run out of resourcefulness. Nor will they run out of time. They have extended their season now all the way to the...
  • From The Ashes Of Nothing To Play For, Ultimate Redemption Is In Sight

    From The Ashes Of Nothing To Play For, Ultimate Redemption Is In Sight
    ARLINGTON, Texas —The team that had nothing to play for last season has a national championship to play for Monday. The rookie coach who had a six-month contract in 2012 can coach for as long as he wants at Storrs now. UConn beat the No. 1...
  • Dog or 'Cats? NCAA tournament offers a surprise final

    ARLINGTON, Texas — Well everyone had it wrong — you, me, the postman and the NCAA selection committee. All that teeth-gnashing over tournament seeding has produced an NCAA championship game between a No. 7 and No. 8. Let's hear it for a...