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  • With fast first half, rested Hoyas put Towson away, 78-46

    Members of the Georgetown men's basketball team spoke emphatically Friday about wanting to play again after a week-plus layoff on the heels of a tournament in the Bahamas that ended with consecutive losses. Then the Hoyas showed that their intentions...
  • Huskies Returning To Garden to Play Maryland in Jimmy V Classic

    The Huskies continue to build formidable and unforgiving nonconference schedules for the future. On Monday, ESPN announced its participants for the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden December and UConn, which will play Maryland, is in the field....
  • Roundup | Tuesday, Dec. 9

    Roundup | Tuesday, Dec. 9
    BOYS BASKETBALL Naperville North cruises past Marmion It was the kind of game Naperville North needed badly. Having dropped two straight games over the weekend, and with rival Naperville Central looming on Friday night, the Huskies needed a...
  • Hinsdale native scores first college goals

    Marquette University redshirt freshman soccer player Jack Alberts, a Hinsdale native who attended Fenwick High School in Oak Park, scored the first two college goals of his career recently and they both ended up being game-winners. And he was rewarded...
  • Conflicting polls could portend dicey decisions for College Football Playoff committee

     Conflicting polls could portend dicey decisions for College Football Playoff committee
    Condoleezza Rice knows consensus-building. Tom Osborne and Pat Haden know championship-caliber teams. Mike Tranghese knows selection-committee procedures and metrics. In short, the College Football Playoff has assembled a stellar cast to determine the...
  • From Blacksburg to Louisville, Harrell's college journey has been charmed

    CHARLOTTE — Growing up in Tarboro, N.C., Montrezl Harrell was like a lot of other Tobacco Road-raised basketball-loving kids, dreaming of one day donning a sky blue uniform at the University of North Carolina. As Harrell started to develop some...
  • DePaul defeats Northern Illinois 78-66

    ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Forward Myke Henry and guard Billy Garrett Jr. led a balanced attack with 15 points apiece, and DePaul brushed off a late Northern Illinois comeback attempt to secure a 78-67 victory Tuesday at Allstate Arena. Forward Forrest Robinson ...
  • DePaul women lose to Texas A&M 76-68 in opener

     DePaul women lose to Texas A&M 76-68 in opener
    DePaul coach Doug Bruno has demonstrated he hardly fears a challenging schedule. But with a tough slate comes responsibility to match it. The Blue Demons women hung tough against No. 5 Texas A&M for nearly 38 minutes — until the visiting Aggies...
  • Five Things We Learned From UConn's Loss To Stanford

    Five things we learned from Monday's 88-86 overtime loss to Stanford, one that ended the Huskies' 47-game winning streak: Guard play: Coach Geno Auriemma got right to the point with his opening comment after the loss, saying that his guards were badly...
  • What We Learned From The End Of A Winning Streak

    What We Learned From The End Of A Winning Streak
    What we learned from Monday’s 88-86 overtime loss to Stanford, one which ended the Huskies’ 47-game winning streak. Guard play:  Geno Auriemma got right to the point with his opening comment after the loss, saying his guards had been badly...
  • Boatright's Experience With West Virginia Not in Huggins' Rear-View Mirror

      SAN JUAN, P.R. –Passing along some notes and quotes from the Puerto Rico Tipoff ... Bob Huggins, West Virginia’s coach, took a few minutes to chat with Connecticut media following the Mountaineers practice on Wednesday. Four years ago,...