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  • Home court could be key in Indiana-Purdue showdown

    Both of Purdue's back-to-back wins against Indiana have come at Mackey Arena. Before that modest "streak," the Boilermakers had lost four straight games to the Hoosiers, including two at Assembly Hall. When the teams renew their rivalry on Thursday...
  • Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process

    Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process
    INDIANAPOLIS — At NCAA headquarters, the basketball enthusiasts view Selection Sunday as Christmas morning. This mock selection exercise would be akin to Thanksgiving. "So let's eat," says David Worlock, the NCAA point man for this event....
  • Short-handed or not, Illinois resolutely making tournament push

    Short-handed or not, Illinois resolutely making tournament push
    Maybe early in his career, Illinois coach John Groce said, he would hear about an opponent's injury and view it clinically and detached, seeing it as a competitive advantage. Now? No way. He has been through too much. Especially this season. "The...
  • Badgers draw closer to Big Ten title with methodical victory

    MADISON, Wis. With each week, the Big Ten regular-season title draws a bit closer for Bo Ryan's players. With senior Frank Kaminsky leading another balanced scoring effort, fifth-ranked Wisconsin took another small step toward that goal Sunday at the...
  • Upset of No. 5 Wisconsin would put Illinois solidly in postseason mix

    Upset of No. 5 Wisconsin would put Illinois solidly in postseason mix
    After a victory that was as emotional as it was exhausting, Illinois coach John Groce compared his team's efforts to that of Seabiscuit's valiant match-race upset of War Admiral in 1938. "It was his heart," Groce said Thursday after beating Michigan...
  • Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward

    Terps feel win over Indiana could be 'really, really big' going forward
    The grind of a college basketball season and the grit of the Big Ten Conference had seemingly caught up with 19th-ranked Maryland in recent weeks. Going into Wednesday night's game against Indiana, the Terps had lost badly on three straight road trips,...
  • A mock look inside the NCAA tournament selection process

    A mock look inside the NCAA tournament selection process
    Until Friday afternoon, please call me Bernard. I'm at NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis for what's called the Mock Selection Exercise, when media members play the role of actual NCAA tournament selection committee members for two days. Bleacher Report'...
  • Terps have some extra motivation as Indiana visits Xfinity Center

    Terps have some extra motivation as Indiana visits Xfinity Center
    Nearly three weeks ago, Maryland forward Jake Layman stood steely-eyed outside the visiting dressing room at Assembly Hall after the Terps were buried in the second half by Indiana's hot shooting. The normally laid-back junior was seething. Layman was...
  • Iowa assistant Sherman Dillard got start with former Terps coach Lefty Driesell

    There have been a number of connections between the Maryland men’s basketball team and its competition in the No. 17 Terps' first Big Ten season. At the start of the league schedule, there was the NCAA tournament history between Maryland and...
  • No. 5 Terps women finish off No. 19 Nebraska, 59-47, for 15th straight win

    No. 5 Terps women finish off No. 19 Nebraska, 59-47, for 15th straight win
    The march toward Big Ten Conference perfection remains uninterrupted for the Maryland women's basketball team. The No. 5 Terps survived lethargic stretches during much of their game Sunday afternoon before using a late second-half burst to pull away...
  • No. 5 Penn State's rally comes up short in wrestling loss to No. 2 Minnesota

    No. 5 Penn State's rally comes up short in wrestling loss to No. 2 Minnesota
    UNIVERSITY PARK—Jordan Conaway nearly turned an early takedown into the biggest fall of his career. And both times the Penn State 125-pounder came close to tilting Minnesota's Ethan Lizak onto his back in the first period of their bout, a restless...