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  • Notre Dame working overtime in rivalry with Louisville

    Notre Dame working overtime in rivalry with Louisville
    Louisville and Notre Dame didn't play last season. That meant the heart rates of both fan bases received a collective reprieve from the high drama that has been a hallmark of the teams' recent basketball rivalry. Six times in the last 10 meetings,...
  • Notre Dame focused on NCAA seeding

    Notre Dame focused on NCAA seeding
    Notre Dame has already secured a double-round bye for next week's ACC Tournament. The Irish (24-5, 12-4 ACC) are currently the No. 3 seed, one game behind Duke (13-3 ACC) and one game ahead of Louisville (11-5) with two regular-season games remaining....
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 3/4 log (updated Tuesday AM)

    1 p.m.    Basketball: ACC women’s first round: Wake Forest vs. Boston College.--CSN 1 p.m.    Exhibition baseball: Philadelphia at N.Y. Yankees.--MLB Net. 2 p.m.    Soccer: Women’s Algarve Cup: U.S. vs. Norway (in Portugal).--FS1 2:40 p....
  • Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection

    Tyler Ulis continuing Kentucky basketball's Chicago connection
    LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tyler Ulis enjoyed a comfortable childhood in Lima, Ohio, guided by his mother and stepdad. Though barely taller than Muggsy Bogues, he showed promise on the basketball court. Eventually, he figured, he might get a scholarship...
  • No. 17 Louisville cruises to 81-59 win over FSU

    No. 17 Louisville cruises to 81-59 win over FSU
    TALLAHASSEE — Sluggish starts have become a given for FSU. But more times than not, the Seminoles have found ways to climb back from large deficits early on to at least make contests close down the stretch. FSU got the bumpy beginning part...
  • U.Va. embarks upon intriguing final week of regular season

     U.Va. embarks upon intriguing final week of regular season
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — The script was fantasy: Injured point guard returns and doesn't miss a shot. Senior center scores an ACC career-high in his final home game and punctuates the afternoon with two stylish dunks. The result was routine: Virginia...
  • Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges

    Ex-Louisville Player Chris Jones Pleads Not Guilty To Rape, Sodomy Charges
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Former University of Louisville basketball player Chris Jones pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of rape and sodomy, days after being dismissed from the team. Jones, 23, appeared in Jefferson District Court before Judge...
  • Chris Jones pleads not guilty to rape, sodomy charges

    Chris Jones pleads not guilty to rape, sodomy charges
    Former Louisville guard Chris Jones pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges alleging that he raped one woman and sodomized another. Jones, who earlier in the day had turned himself in, entered his plea while appearing before Judge Sheila Collins in...
  • Notre Dame shows right stuff in tight games

    SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame guard Pat Connaughton's first attempt close to the basket didn't fall. Neither did his follow. But V.J. Beachem was there for a timely tip-in. Beachem's basket sent the Jan. 25 game at North Carolina State into overtime....
  • 'Canes rally comes up short at Louisville

    'Canes rally comes up short at Louisville
    Miami had a chance to pull off an upset, but Louisville escaped the battle between two teams seeking an NCAA Tournament resume boost. The Cardinals found a way to deliver during crunch time, while the Hurricanes faltered. After struggling at the...
  • Cal State Northridge plays short-handed in wake of school decision

    Cal State Northridge plays short-handed in wake of school decision
    The end of the bench overflowed with Cal State Northridge basketball players dressed in sweats, the line of chairs snaking from the scorer's table to the corner of the court. A full bench, and near-empty bench. Only three of the players were actually in...