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  • March Madness: Watch As Coin Flips Decide The 2011 Men's Basketball Championship

    March Madness: Watch As Coin Flips Decide The 2011 Men's Basketball Championship
    It's March Madness time again, and that means college basketball fans everywhere have begun filling out their brackets. With first-round play beginning tomorrow, people are looking for any method to pick the big bracket-busting upsets.
  • Daytrippers: Touring Fenway Park

    Daytrippers: Touring Fenway Park
    On Yawkey Way in Boston, the pitch is simple: Come to Fenway Park and see baseball history. Babe Ruth played here. (Just ask a Red Sox fan about “The Curse of the Bambino.”) So did Ted Williams and Jimmie Foxx, Smoky Joe Wood, Johnny Pesky,...

    Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 11/2 log (updated Saturday AM)

    6 a.m.    Golf: BMW Masters final round (d. in Shanghai).--Golf 6 a.m.    Tennis: Paris Masters doubles final: Marcin Matkowski-Jurgen Melzer – Marcel Granollers-Marc Lopez winner vs. Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan – Jean-Julien Rojer – Horia...

    Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: ODU, W&M achieve key field hockey victories; Admirals win in OT

    COLLEGES: Field hockey: Big East: No. 17 Old Dominion (11-6, 3-1 Big East) shut out Georgetown 3-0 in Washington to extend its winning streak to five. Sarah Breen scored the first two goals, and Rosario Villagra added the third. All of them originated...

    Amid changes to NCAA, powers in college basketball remain in place, coaches say

    Amid changes to NCAA, powers in college basketball remain in place, coaches say
    The landscape in college sports has changed dramatically in recent years, almost to a point where veteran men's basketball coaches such as Villanova's Jay Wright sometimes forget what the old days were like. Teams play in different conferences....