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  • Spartans take out top-seeded Virginia

    Spartans take out top-seeded Virginia NEW YORK -- Since his return from a broken hand in early March, forward Branden Dawson ignited the Michigan State Spartans. On Friday, he led them to a spot in the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight by scoring 24...
  • Wisconsin must solve Arizona's suffocating defense to advance

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Wisconsin's players and coaches endured a jarring transition between the second and third rounds of the NCAA Tournament. In the opener, Wisconsin had to deal with American's precise and methodical Princeton offense. With one day to...
  • Stanford counting on the freshman

    STANFORD, Calif. A year ago, guard Lili Thompson was filling out NCAA brackets and watching games on television like many women's basketball fans. Sunday, Stanford is counting on the freshman when the second-seeded Cardinal (31-3) faces No. 3 Penn...
  • Kentucky's wild ride leads now to Final Four

    INDIANAPOLIS With crutches by his side, Willie Cauley-Stein watched from the bench as his Kentucky teammates played Michigan on Sunday in a game bursting with the possibility to produce something enduring. A trip to the Final Four seemed almost beside...
  • Drew Sharp: Michigan State stunned it didn't deliver the goods again

    NEW YORK This was a walk Gary Harris never envisioned. Harris, a sophomore guard, solemnly and solely sauntered back to Michigan State's locker room, a towel draped around his neck. But arena security stopped him for a moment. He couldn't pass just yet....
  • Wisconsin's recruiting base may expand after Final Four

    Whether it's on an upper-echelon state recruit like Dominican's Diamond Stone or Rice Lake's Henry Ellenson, or just some 12-year-old gym rat shooting buckets in his driveway hundreds of miles from Madison, you have to wonder what kind of impression the...
  • Drew Sharp: Perseverance pays off at the right time for Michigan State

    NEW YORK Coaches are like parents in many respects. They assure their kids that through their nurturing travails and tears, there is a virtuous long range plan if they're only patient and trust in such resilience. All Michigan State heard from the...
  • John Clay: From where Kentucky was to where it is a 'great story' indeed

    INDIANAPOLIS On March 1, Aaron Harrison sat at a table in a cramped room of a Columbia, S.C., basketball arena on the lowest day of Kentucky's season and sounded like a freshman who was too young to know any better. "We know what we can do," said...
  • Northwestern coach can't have it both ways on union

    Northwestern coach can't have it both ways on union
    Pat Fitzgerald is the face of modern Northwestern football. He's the embodiment of the recent success the program has had. After all, the school will tell you it is Chicago's Big Ten team. Not only is Fitzgerald a former player coaching at his alma...
  • Michigan State mourns death of 'Princess Lacey'

    The Detroit News reports: Eight-year-old Lacey Holsworth, a cancer patient who received national acclaim after being befriended by Adreian Payne and his┬áMichigan State basketball teammates, has died. “Princess Lacey has achieved the ultimate...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Unions and courtrooms aren't needed to fix on-campus sports problems, colleges say

    ARLINGTON, Texas Final scores weren't the only way of measuring success at the just completed Final Four. The other game being played is determining who is and isn't benefiting from the hoops extravaganza. The NCAA certainly is. College sports'...