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  • Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?

    Will AAC Affiliation Relegate UConn To Second-Tier Status?
    HARTFORD — The good news for UConn is that the Huskies are hosting their conference tournament for the first time since 1982. And in many ways, that is also the bad news. The last time UConn's league rivals gathered in Hartford was 1982, the Big...
  • Bob Ford: Would Big East be little without Villanova?

    As the Big East finishes up its second season with the conference tournament in New York this week, to be followed by an NCAA tournament in which the league is expected to receive six bids, it's easy to figure things had to turn out this way for the new...
  • Big 12 looking to add football tiebreaker

    Big 12 looking to add football tiebreaker
    In the wake of last season's fracas with the College Football Playoff, Big 12 officials are reportedly set to put a tie-breaker in place based on head-to-head competition. Athletic directors from all the Big 12 schools, who were in Kansas City this week...
  • Kansas' Cliff Alexander willing to be interviewed by NCAA

    Kansas' Cliff Alexander willing to be interviewed by NCAA
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An attorney for Kansas forward Cliff Alexander says the freshman has answered all requests for information from the NCAA as it investigates whether a member of his family received improper benefits from an NBA agent. Paul K. Stafford...
  • Connections: Former Winter Park standout makes most of time at MIT

    Connections: Former Winter Park standout makes most of time at MIT
    Since leaving Winter Park as a two-time all-area water polo Player of the Year, Ory Tasman has been busy. As a freshman at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he saw a lecture given by the Dalai Lama, which he called "the biggest non-athletic...
  • Unusual selection weekend looming for NCAA committee

    Kentucky has held the No. 1 spot all season. Apparently, the NCAA Tournament selection committee concurs. Chairman Scott Barnes acknowledged Wednesday that Kentucky heads into this weekend as the top overall seed, something that may not change regardless...
  • Has rough season for college hoops taken luster off March?

    On a cold night on Tobacco Road, North Carolina and Duke went back and forth in an overtime thriller. It was gripping, edge-of-your seat stuff. Tense down to the final second. In short, it looked nothing like the Blue Devils' game against Florida State...
  • TCU beats Kansas State 67-65, eliminates Wildcats from Big 12 Tournament

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. A basketball season that began with Kansas State players saying they had enough talent to make the Final Four will end without a trip to the NCAA Tournament, the NIT or a winning record. The Wildcats bowed out of the Big 12 Tournament...
  • Lehigh's Vollaro out of NCAA wrestling tournament; Parker, two other locals, receive at-large bids

    Lehigh's Vollaro out of NCAA wrestling tournament; Parker, two other locals, receive at-large bids
    Doug Vollaro went from joy to heartbreak in about six hours Saturday. The Lehigh heavyweight celebrated his first NCAA wrestling tournament bid early in the afternoon when he took down Harvard's David Ng with one second left to secure his spot in the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 3/11 log (updated Wednesday AM with last matchups)

    9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: N.Y. Yankees vs. Baltimore (d.).--MLB Net. Noon    Basketball: ACC second round: Florida State vs. Clemson, then Boston College vs. North Carolina at 2:30.--WGNT 27, WUPV 65, (also ESPN where not blacked out) Noon  ...
  • Sam Mellinger: Cliff Alexander case shows how NCAA rules need to evolve

    The rule exists, and considering where this column is going, if that rule was broken it's probably best to acknowledge right here at the top that penalties are justified. Because if a loan was taken out using the future professional basketball earnings...