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  • College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images

     College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images
    The monetary value of a college athlete's name, image and likeness is being hashed out in court, but many universities have already arrived at a figure: zero. Colleges from the Big Ten to the Mid-American Conference ask or require athletes to sign...
  • Pac-12 forges on with NCAA tournament survivors Arizona, UCLA, Utah

    Pac-12 forges on with NCAA tournament survivors Arizona, UCLA, Utah
    Kaleb Tarczewski, Arizona center, looks at who's left in the NCAA basketball tournament and sees three Pac-12 Conference teams still in play. "It's nice to see some familiar faces," Tarczewski said. Arizona guard Gabe York added: "People are always...
  • Lake County grads go head-to-head in national basketball tourney

    Lake County grads go head-to-head in national basketball tourney
    Jordan Johnson and Aarias Austin played each other in high school, each a starting guard for their respective Waukegan and Warren basketball teams. Last Friday night, they went head-to-head again, this time in the semifinals of the National Junior...
  • Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring

    Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring
    Through the first weekend, the NCAA men's basketball tournament is producing large TV numbers, some of the biggest ever. CBS and Turner were beaming about the ratings in a release. Game coverage on CBS won Saturday night's Nielsens and the strong...
  • Jeff Jacobs: In Gampel Finale, Mosqueda-Lewis Deserved Better

    Jeff Jacobs: In Gampel Finale, Mosqueda-Lewis Deserved Better
    STORRS — On her final night at Gampel Pavilion, the great sharpshooter, the greatest in the history of women's college basketball, hit five more three-pointers. Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis has 386 threes for her career now and is within seven of...
  • Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought

    Five regional semifinalists sweet, but ACC needs to end Final Four drought
    Absent remarkable stamina, a forgiving boss, Dan Patrick’s man cave and Jerry Lucas’ memory, absorbing the NCAA tournament’s 48-games-in-four days opening salvo borders on impossible. You simply need some time to process it all before...
  • Boys basketball: St. Rita's Myles Carter picks Seton Hall

    Boys basketball: St. Rita's Myles Carter picks Seton Hall
    One look at Myles Carter would be enough to attract a college coach's attention. The sculpted 6-foot-8 Carter, who was more of a defender and rebounder than a scorer at St. Rita, was recruited by numerous schools before committing to Seton Hall on...
  • Grant's layup an OT clincher for Notre Dame over Butler

    Grant's layup an OT clincher for Notre Dame over Butler
    PITTSBURGH — Notre Dame survived Butler's March magic. Jerian Grant scored 16 points, including the clinching layup with 18 seconds left in overtime, and the third-seeded Irish edged the Bulldogs 67-64 in the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night....
  • UCF men's basketball looking to make huge strides next season, Donnie Jones said

    UCF men's basketball looking to make huge strides next season, Donnie Jones said
    With a host of young and inexperienced players on UCF's shallow roster, head coach Donnie Jones knew he was in for a challenging season.  The Knights struggled during their second season in the American Athletic Conference having posted a 12-18 record...
  • Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level

    Rutgers Works To Return To UConn's Level
    STORRS — Before Saturday night, the last NCAA Tournament appearance was three years ago, the last tournament victory was four years ago, and the last time Rutgers was truly a star on the national women's basketball stage was eight years ago....
  • Villanova struggles with accepting tournament loss

    Villanova struggles with accepting tournament loss
    PITTSBURGH - Jay Wright stood outside the locker room, away from where his Villanova players were trying to comprehend what just happened on the night when they were supposed to advance to the Wildcats' first NCAA Sweet 16 since their Final Four run in...