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  • Diaco Gets A Biggie: Cespedes (6-8) Eager To Help UConn

    Diaco Gets A Biggie: Cespedes (6-8) Eager To Help UConn
    NEW LONDON — Last February, after he had been to the national championship game as a defensive coordinator and before he had experienced one game as a head coach, Bob Diaco talked about going after big bodies, big minds and big aspirations....
  • It's Easy For Geno Auriemma To Get To Root Of Coach K's Success

    It's Easy For Geno Auriemma To Get To Root Of Coach K's Success
    They are sons of immigrants. One's Italian surname ends with a familiar vowel. The other's Polish name ends with an equally familiar "ski." Forever sons of immigrants, and they embrace that birthright with all their being. They, too, are the...
  • 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...
  • Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN

    Big Ten could face choice between Fox Sports 1, ESPN
    Last week, I wrote a column about the Big Ten’s upcoming negotiations on a TV deal and how the conference might have a choice between staying with ESPN or going with Fox Sports 1 on the cable side. It detailed the risks of leaving the broad reach of...
  • Source says college football 'super conferences' would be disservice to fans, risky investments

    Source says college football 'super conferences' would be disservice to fans, risky investments
    College football "super conferences" would be a disservice to fans, problematic to govern and risky financial ventures. That's not the view of an aging keyboard jockey clinging to his vinyl copy of "Exile on Main St." That's the opinion of a former...
  • Strange season cut short, Corrigan, ODU look to future

    Strange season cut short, Corrigan, ODU look to future
    Old Dominion wasn't going to win the Colonial Athletic Association basketball tournament. The Monarchs weren't going to salvage the strangest, and one of the worst, seasons in program history with a magical three-day run in Richmond. Jim Corrigan isn'...
  • VCU, Butler bring welcome diversity to basketball's big stage

    VCU, Butler bring welcome diversity to basketball's big stage
    My prognosticator side detests this Final Four. VCU and Butler exited early on my bracket, Kentucky and Connecticut in the regional semifinals. Ditto for 2006 when George Mason intruded. I had the Patriots losing to Michigan State in the first round....
  • Once implausible, full ACC membership for Notre Dame seems possible

    Once implausible, full ACC membership for Notre Dame seems possible
    Notre Dame and the ACC talked in 2003, and their discussions ended amicably and predictably — the school passed on all-sports membership in the name of its storied football independence. Eight years later, in the wake of radical conference...
  • Jontel Evans a pest as usual as Virginia survives Miami in ACC opener

    Jontel Evans a pest as usual as Virginia survives Miami in ACC opener
    Jontel Evans' defensive aim is blessedly simple: Be a pest. Hedges and switches? Slides and double-teams? Evans leaves the nuances to his coach, Tony Bennett. The combination is blending perfectly this season, never more so than Saturday night, when...
  • For Boatright, It Just Wasn't Worth The Risk

    For Boatright, It Just Wasn't Worth The Risk
    STORRS — If this had been the NCAA Tournament, Ryan Boatright would have played. If UConn hadn't been so maddeningly inconsistent this season, or if the Huskies had somehow run off four wins in four days in the AAC Tournament, yes, Boatright would...
  • 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...