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  • The latest bracket projections and a hypothetical Maryland-Georgetown game

    The latest bracket projections and a hypothetical Maryland-Georgetown game
    When the NCAA tournament brackets for men's basketball come out each March, there are usually a couple matchups -- or potential matchups -- that raise eyebrows and suggest that the selection committee was having some fun. Maryland and Georgetown being...
  • Georgetown throttles No. 4 Villanova 78-58

    Georgetown throttles No. 4 Villanova 78-58
    WASHINGTON — Georgetown took over first place in the Big East on Monday night with an old-fashioned, push-and-shove win worthy of the conference's legacy of physical play, forcing 17 turnovers and holding Villanova to 34 percent shooting in a 78-...
  • Big East men's lacrosse outlook for 2015

    Team on top: Denver has qualified for the last five NCAA tournaments, but “only” has three Final Four appearances to show as its best results. That could change this spring as the Pioneers are the undisputed No. 1 team in many preseason...
  • UConn's 1990 Dream Season: Smith Brought The Magic Up Court

    UConn's 1990 Dream Season: Smith Brought The Magic Up Court
    To celebrate the silver anniversary of the UConn men's 1989-90 Dream Season, The Courant will be looking at players and coaches who helped make that team special. Stories will appear periodically throughout the season. To make a Dream Season, to turn...
  • No. 5 Villanova dominates late in 62-47 win over Penn

    PHILADELPHIA — Daniel Ochefu had 21 points and 10 rebounds to help No. 5 Villanova pull away late and beat pesky Penn 62-47 on Saturday night. The Wildcats (17-1) took a breather from Big East play to play their final game of the season in...
  • Saturday's local interest men's college basketball roundup: No. 17 VCU turns back Duquesne; Captains drop heartbreaker to Marymount

    JeQuan Lewis scored a season-high 16 points as No. 17 VCU extended its winning streak to 10 games with a 70-64 victory over Duquesne on Saturday. Melvin Johnson added 14 points for the Rams (15-3, 5-0 Atlantic 10), who won despite missing leading...
  • On The Fly: Referee Talks Himself Out Of A Job

    On The Fly: Referee Talks Himself Out Of A Job
    Karl Hess, the longtime college basketball official, apparently has a history of ticking off the ACC, which terminated his contract five days after the final straw. Working the Georgia Tech-Louisville game, this is what Hess apparently said to former...
  • DePaul fades down stretch in 78-72 loss to Georgetown

    DePaul fades down stretch in 78-72 loss to Georgetown
    First place in the Big East was there for the taking for DePaul on Tuesday night. But the Blue Demons' bid for their best start since joining the league fell short as D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera scored a game-high 25 points to lead Georgetown to a 78-72...
  • Virginia Tech's trip to play No. 6 Louisville opens possible stretch of four straight games vs. ranked foes

    It’s been a while since coach Buzz Williams has seen a stretch like the one Virginia Tech is about to confront, but at least he’s no stranger to it. That’s more than can be said for his young team in Blacksburg. They’re about...
  • Saturday's local interest men's college basketball roundup: HU survives at Bethune-Cookman; Smart gains 150th win as No. 20 VCU whips Saint Joseph's

    Reginald Johnson scored 17 points as Hampton held off Bethune-Cookman 58-56 Saturday in Daytona Beach, Fla., to stay unbeaten in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Quentin Brewer's jumper with 8:01 left drew B-CU within one at 41-40, but HU...
  • On The Fly: Patriots Survive Scare From Ravens

    On The Fly: Patriots Survive Scare From Ravens
    The Patriots often struggled, but were able to outlast their typical AFC playoff nemesis, the Ravens, 35-31.Yes, the Ravens led 28-14 in the third quarter and often played well. But they didn't have Tom Brady, who passed for 367 yards and three...