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  • AP: Shaka Smart, Texas Could Be Close To Deal

    AUSTIN, Texas — Texas athletic director Steve Patterson is scheduled to travel Thursday to meet with Virginia Commonwealth coach Shaka Smart to make an offer to coach the Longhorns, a person with knowledge of the trip told The Associated Press....
  • College basketball: UCLA women advance to NIT title game

    College basketball: UCLA women advance to NIT title game
    UCLA reached the championship game of the women's NIT with a 69-65 victory over host Michigan on Wednesday night at Ann Arbor, Mich. Kari Korver scored 19 points for the Bruins (18-18), who will play at West Virginia in the title game Saturday at noon...
  • Kansas freshman Kelly Oubre Jr headed for NBA draft

    Kansas swingman Kelly Oubre Jr. announced Wednesday he is leaving for the NBA draft, skipping his final three seasons of eligibility after an up-and-down freshman year. Oubre revealed his intentions in a statement released by the school. "It's always...
  • Kansas freshman Kelly Oubre Jr. will enter NBA draft

    LAWRENCE, Kan. Like Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid before him, Kansas' Kelly Oubre Jr. will be one and done. Oubre, a 6-foot-7 small forward, announced his decision to enter the NBA draft on Wednesday morning, ending his college career after just one...
  • Sam Mellinger: Even after early exit, Self's Kansas remains on par with likes of Duke, UNC

    The Kansas basketball flame burns hot. White hot. So hot that when Bill Self was hired as coach 12 years ago next month, he touched his chair at his introductory news conference and joked that his hands burned. This is a place where the coach works on...
  • Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow

    Texas Women Return To Spotlight, But UConn Casts Big Shadow
    ALBANY — If you haven't noticed, the UConn women exist in an alternate universe where the air is rarefied and expectations can be overwhelming. Where else in college sports does the fan base make Final Four reservations in the time between...
  • How 'bout them 'Eers?

    As someone who has lived in the Baltimore-Washington region since 1981, I am sympathetic to the fact that no "local" teams are still alive in the NCAA men's basketball tournament with Virginia Commonwealth (which I'm not sure is even local), Georgetown,...
  • Re-energized Brey leads Notre Dame against steady Shockers

    Re-energized Brey leads Notre Dame against steady Shockers
    CLEVELAND — The blessing of being the son of an Olympic athlete meant Mike Brey grew up in a house where excellence wasn't requested from his mother, Lehighton High School graduate Betty Mullen Brey, but required. It brought its own sense of...
  • NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons

    NCAA Tournament is pure March Madness for all the wrong reasons
    Joey Ptasinski didn't enjoy the 200-mile trip to American last month. The Lafayette shooting guard didn't like missing six of the nine 3-pointers he took during that game and hates losing. But what made the trek to Washington, D.C. unfavorable was that...
  • Ready, set, scramble! Chaos defines end of tourney games

    Ready, set, scramble! Chaos defines end of tourney games
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — In the 2008 national championship, with Kansas trailing Memphis by three and 10.8 seconds left in the game, coach Bill Self called for his team to run a play called "Chop." The play, designed to provide multiple scoring...
  • NCAA tournament Week 1 is hardly garden-variety as seeds get scattered

    This year's NCAA field was not trimmed, from 68 to 16, as much as it was hacked with garden shears. The East saw its top seedlings turned into compost. ------------ FOR THE RECORD: NCAA tournament: In the March 23 Sports section, a column about Week 1...