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  • Friday's local college basketball roundup: VCU withstands Saint Joseph's to reach semis in Rams' A-10 tournament debut

    Treveon Graham scored 17 point as hot-shooting VCU beat Saint Joseph's 82-79 in the quarterfinals of the Atlantic 10 tournament Friday night in Brooklyn, N.Y. The Rams, seeded second and ranked 25th by The Associated Press, made 11 3-pointers to build...
  • Rank NCAA regions in order of difficulty?

    Midwest is toughest Dom Amore Hartford Courant The toughest? Louisville's Midwest. The Cardinals have Duke at No. 2, Michigan State at No. 3, Missouri at No. 9. Memphis, which tore through Conference USA, is a No. 6. Next, I'd go with the East...
  • What's most likely bracket buster today?

    Bucknell beats Butler Don Markus Baltimore Sun Bucknell will do a Butler on the team that originated the role and become the latest Patriot League team to take down an established power in the tournament. The Bison have a legitimate NBA prospect in 6-...
  • Butler dominates Ball State in the second half at Hinkle Fieldhouse

    Butler dominates Ball State in the second half at Hinkle Fieldhouse
    Butler senior Rotnei Clarke started Saturday's game at Hinkle Fieldhouse in style by converting on a three-pointer in the first minute. That made field goal was Clarke's 300th career college three-pointer. However, Butler's early defense left a little to...
  • Week 4 | Friday night football updates

    Week 4 | Friday night football updates
    Follow @ChiTribPreps on Twitter for live updates all night. At a game, update using hashtag #TribFB. HALFTIME No. 1 Mount Carmel 21, Brother Rice 10 It was legendary coach Frank Lenti’s birthday Friday, but it’s safe to say nobody was...
  • Roundup: No. 7 Notre Dame rebounds, routs Marquette, 17-5

    Roundup: No. 7 Notre Dame rebounds, routs Marquette, 17-5
    No. 7 Notre Dame made its argument Tuesday for why it still belongs in discussions about the best men's lacrosse team in NCAA Division I. One day removed from falling out of the top spot in The Baltimore Sun's rankings, the Fighting Irish (7-2) rolled...
  • Old Spice Classic: No. 5 Oklahoma State fights off physical Purdue 97-87; Butler, Memphiis, LSU also win

    <b>Old Spice Classic:</b> No. 5 Oklahoma State fights off physical Purdue 97-87; Butler, Memphiis, LSU also win
    As Purdue cut a 23-point Oklahoma State lead down to four points Thursday afternoon in the opener of the Old Spice Classic, Cowboys coach Travis Ford told his team it was a good thing. "I was kinda like, 'What are you talking about? They're making a run...
  • Friday's high school football roundup: Franklin, Nansemond-Suffolk win easily

    Franklin 58, Greensville County 10 Corey Porter ran for two touchdowns and returned an interception for another as Franklin (7-1) showed why it’s No. 1 in Group 1A East, breezing past Greensville County 58-10 at Armory Field. Marcus Stephens...
  • Boston Celtics hire Butler's Brad Stevens as new coach

    Boston Celtics hire Butler's Brad Stevens as new coach
    The Boston Celtics have hired Brad Stevens of Butler to replace Doc Rivers as coach, the team and university announced Wednesday afternoon. Stevens, 36, guided Butler to the 2010 and 2011 NCAA tournament championship games, compiling a 166-49 record...
  • Orlando Magic pick Bill Burgos as their new strength coach

    Orlando Magic pick Bill Burgos as their new strength coach
    The Orlando Magic have hired Bill Burgos as their new strength and conditioning coach, the Orlando Sentinel has learned. Burgos spent the last two seasons as the New York Knicks' strength and conditioning coach. He was the Magic's strength and...
  • Teel Time: Atlantic 10 basketball remains formidable after realignment

    For all their disparate memberships and agendas, strengths and weaknesses, college sports conferences tend to operate on the same July 1-June 30 fiscal year. So the annual myriad realignment that plagues Division I and baffles fans became official last...