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  • How Indiana's new anti-LGBT law puts the state and businesses in a bind

    How Indiana's new anti-LGBT law puts the state and businesses in a bind
    The business community's response to an Indiana measure legalizing discrimination against LGBT persons in Indiana under the guise of religious "freedom" has been encouraging, even uplifting.  Several businesses and business organizations warned...
  • Injured Messi might not play for Argentina today at FedEx Field

    A week of Lionel Messi mania might end in disappointment for more than 50,000 in Landover. With the Barcelona superstar feeling the effects of a foot injury suffered last weekend against Real Madrid, Argentina coach Gerardo Martino said Friday that he...
  • College basketball: Steve Lavin out as St. John's coach

    College basketball: Steve Lavin out as St. John's coach
    Steve Lavin's coaching days at St. John's are over. The former UCLA men's basketball coach has mutually parted ways with St. John's after five seasons with the Queens, N.Y.-based school, the university announced Friday. Lavin posted an 81-55 record ...
  • Notre Dame eyes history, shot at upsetting No. 1 Kentucky

    Beware, Kentucky. That little leprechaun looms. The pristine season, the presumed NCAA championship, the aura of invincibility and every other plaudit being thrown at the so-good-they're-scary Wildcats are all at great risk. There's a proven giant-killer...
  • Andrew grad Jubril Adekoya changes roles, earns Horizon League honor

    Andrew grad Jubril Adekoya changes roles, earns Horizon League honor
    Prior to the start of Valparaiso's basketball season, Crusaders head coach Bryce Drew approached Jubril Adekoya with a request. Having been a starting forward as a freshman, Drew wanted to gauge the Tinley Park resident's interest in coming off the...
  • Hot hitting propels Prairie State softball team

    Hot hitting propels Prairie State softball team
    The Prairie State softball team features its own version of Murderers' Row. It includes freshman Becca Stanton (Marian Catholic), sophomore Gessica Grisko (Argo), sophomore Danni Werner (Homewood-Flossmoor), sophomore Kassandra Johnson (Andrew) and...
  • Kentucky is in Elite class of its own going into NCAA regional finals

    Kentucky is in Elite class of its own going into NCAA regional finals
    Seven schools have survived, crawled and advanced their ways to the second weekend of the NCAA tournament The other team is Kentucky. So, anyway, welcome to the Elite ... One. Others tagging along for selfies and quality TV face time: Notre Dame,...
  • Tip times and announcers for Saturday and Sunday's NCAA tournament games

    Tip times and announcers for Saturday and Sunday's NCAA tournament games
    We're down to the final eight and some great matchups featuring some coaching legends remain in the NCAA tournament. Here's the schedule for Saturday's and Sunday's games which will complete the road to the Final Four. You'll notice below that Allie...
  • Lehigh Valley Steelhawks open fifth indoor football season on Sunday at Erie

    Lehigh Valley Steelhawks open fifth indoor football season on Sunday at Erie
    One of the biggest dates in Lehigh Valley Steelhawks history is destined to be April 12. That's when the Steelhawks, the area's professional indoor football team, will play their first game in their new home, PPL Center in downtown Allentown. But before...
  • Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow

    Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow
    ALBANY — If you haven't noticed, the UConn women exist in an alternate universe where the air is rarefied and expectations can be overwhelming. Where else in college sports does the fan base make Final Four reservations in the time between...
  • If Indiana Chooses To Exclude, Let's Exclude It From Sports

    If Indiana Chooses To Exclude, Let's Exclude It From Sports
    ALBANY — The year was 1985 and the NCAA women's Final Four was in Austin. Geno Auriemma remembers arriving at the University of Texas, looking around and thinking, "They have buildings bigger than our campus. It's another world." Auriemma was...