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Tears are part of the NCAA tournament. They flow when teams win and flow when they lose. The tears shed for Louisville guard Kevin Ware on Sunday, though, were different. They almost spontaneously gushed in response to Ware's gruesome leg break during...
Administration Missouri-Kansas City's Hall accepts post as UMBC AD UMBC announced the appointment of Tim Hall as athletic director, effective July 8. Hall has served as AD at Missouri-Kansas City since February 2007. He succeeds Charles Brown, who...
One day as Mark Aguirre was taking the L from his West Side home to DePaul for another recruiting visit that included a Cubs game, the feeling hit him. Aguirre still struggles to describe the sensation now, almost 35 years later. "I just suddenly...
WASHINGTON — Syracuse basketball and Jim Boeheim couldn't have scripted a better 10th-anniversary soiree than Saturday's. A decade to the day after the Orange won its most recent regional championship, Boeheim's program struck again, smothering...
Running off at the typewriter. … This just in: The Magic will forgo Easter eggs this year and have a massive hunt for multiple multi-colored ping-pong balls. No, I'm not accusing the Magic of tanking the season in hopes of getting the No. 1 draft...
Davante Gardner doesn't start for Marquette's basketball team. He doesn't lead the Golden Eagles in scoring, rebounding or assists. Indeed, the most notable number associated with Gardner may be his weight — he carries 290 pounds on a 6-foot-8...
At the risk of buzz-kill accusations: Jim Larranaga lost the last two games he coached here at the Verizon Center. Larranaga's return to the nation's capital is a natural story as his Miami Hurricanes prepare for Thursday's NCAA East Regional...
Pimlico Race Course Cerro, owned by Team Valor International, a partnership that includes Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps and his longtime coach, Bob Bowman, is the overwhelming favorite to win Pimlico Race Course's final stakes race of the spring...
The Hartford CourantHow many of you had Florida Gulf Coast University advancing to the Sweet 16 in your NCAA Men's basketball pool? Yeah, right! Keep an eye on all the national attention raining down on this new Cinderella, the first 15th seed to advance to the Sweet 16....
My dream of a West Regional foursome of Wichita State, La Salle, Harvard and Iowa State came only half true. Los Angeles fell two underdogs short from hitting for the Cinderella cycle. The disappointment abated when, in Philadelphia, the hallucination...
PHILADELPHIA — Naturally, college basketball's most outrageous air show since Phi Slama Jama punctuated its latest conquest with two highlight-reel lob dunks. The Brett Comer-to-Eric McKnight connections were merely part of the historic show as...
SALT LAKE CITY -- Arizona is thrilled to be playing Harvard on Saturday on its way to next week's West regional in Los Angeles. No one can say that, but it's only human Tucson nature. Wanting to play No. 14 instead of No. 3 to reach the Sweet 16 is a...
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