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  • Tommy Amaker realizes dream of making Harvard basketball relevant

    Tommy Amaker is more dreamer than pragmatist. Always has been. He believed that Mike Krzyzewski, with little more than Chicago toughness, a West Point education and Bob Knight's endorsement, could coach Duke basketball back to national prominence....
  • History eludes W&M yet again in CAA final loss to Delaware

    BALTIMORE — They were superb, resilient and wildly entertaining. But after more than two hours of March theater that careened from dramatic to agonizing and back again, William and Mary's basketball players and coaches were crushed. Again. The...
  • Picking U.Va. to make Final Four amid ACC-Atlantic 10 spat

     Picking U.Va. to make Final Four amid ACC-Atlantic 10 spat
    Mike Krzyzewski is fond of referring to the basketball gods, seemingly mystical forces that produce irresistible storylines and results, especially in March. Well, when the gods punch the clock for the opening week of the NCAA tournament, here's hoping...
  • Unlike recent seasons, Virginia, Virginia Tech appear class of state basketball

    Paupers ruled state college basketball last season. While princes Virginia and Virginia Tech watched from afar, a record five teams from the commonwealth — Hampton, Old Dominion, Richmond, George Mason and, most famously, VCU — made the NCAA...
  • ACC-Big Ten Challenge headlines Wednesday basketball buffet

    ACC-Big Ten Challenge headlines Wednesday basketball buffet
    Virginia, William and Mary and Old Dominion reunite with former conference rivals, while Virginia Tech encounters the nation's No. 3 scorer, making Wednesday's area college basketball banquet quite enticing. Start with the Hokies, 4-2 under first-year...
  • VCU-Butler: An unfathomable Final Four matchup

    VCU-Butler: An unfathomable Final Four matchup
    If you're still trying to wrap your head around the Final Four of VCU, Butler, Kentucky and Connecticut, get in line. This is like the street-corner sax player collecting a Grammy nomination. It's not that the dude can't play. He can, enough to make...
  • ODU's 'gutty response' produces OT victory over Georgia State

    NORFOLK — Old Dominion tamed VCU’s press, solved Richmond’s matchup zones and survived LSU’s size. Wednesday’s home game against Georgia State offered a drastically different challenge: The nation’s highest-scoring...
  • Virginia Beach arena could be magnet for college sports

     Virginia Beach arena could be magnet for college sports
    Hampton Coliseum and Norfolk Scope, our region's largest arenas, are functional at best. They are old, unappealing and lack prevailing amenities. A chairback seat, box of popcorn and supersized soda for the rank-and-file? Sure. A well-appointed suite,...
  • Energized William and Mary offense prepares for 'typical' Delaware

     Energized William and Mary offense prepares for 'typical' Delaware
    WILLIAMSBURG — Tuesday's media grilling of William and Mary football generalissimo Jimmye Laycock began with a true-false proposition: The Tribe played its best game of the season Saturday. "Correct," Laycock said instantly. "I agree. I say true....
  • VCU point guard Rodriguez channels coach, leads Rams to Final Four

    Joey Rodriguez, VCU's senior point guard and resident basketball savant, thought the Rams should change defenses this season. "Before this year started, I was telling Coach Smart, 'Hey Coach, we don't need to press as much. Did you see Butler and how...
  • Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials

    Dieruff receives sportsmanship award from local football officials
    The reconstruction of the Dieruff football program can't be judged by wins alone. While the Huskies have won nine games over the last two years after going 7-92 over the previous decade, progress can be measured in less subtle ways. The officials...