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  • Notre Dame hits key shots late, beats Louisville

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — More than a week off gave No. 12 Notre Dame plenty of time to address several areas and recharge, and the only concern was whether the Fighting Irish might be rusty against No. 16 Louisville.
  • Demetrius Jackson, Bonzie Colson spark Notre Dame's latest road win

    Demetrius Jackson, Bonzie Colson spark Notre Dame's latest road win
    LOUISVILLE, Ky. — With Notre Dame and Louisville going back and forth in the second half, Irish freshman Bonzie Colson hit the deck hard after a foul from the Cardinals' Montrezl Harrell. As Colson fell, the Louisville student section had a few...

    Turnovers doom Wake Forest in 94-51 loss to Duke

    DURHAM, N.C. The second half was a mere formality in Duke's 94-51 beatdown of Wake Forest the competitive portion of the game was over well before halftime. But, just for good measure, Duke ended the half in fitting fashion: Tyus Jones heaved up a 25-...

    Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Hokies dramatically earn first ACC women's tournament win since 2007

    WOMEN: ACC first round: Hannah Young sank a corner jumper with 1 second left, giving Virginia Tech a 57-56 victory over N.C. State in Wednesday's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament first round at Greensboro Coliseum. It was the Hokies’...

    Virginia well-prepared for NCAA tournament rhythms

    To reach the Sweet 16, make the Final Four and hoist a national championship trophy, a college basketball team must discover its inner Madison Bumgarner. The task: Perform at peak level against elite opposition on darn little rest. Such are the NCAA...