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  • Putting Virginia's two-year basketball run in context

    Putting Virginia's two-year basketball run in context
    Three Division I basketball teams lost fewer games than Virginia this past season. Three. That’s among 351 schools. No doubt, the Cavaliers (30-4) and their fans would swap seasons with Michigan State (27-12). After all, the Spartans upset...
  • Shaka Smart leaves VCU to coach at Texas

    Shaka Smart leaves VCU to coach at Texas
    AUSTIN, Texas — Shaka Smart has been a hot coaching commodity since leading Virginia Commonwealth to the Final Four in 2011. He had reportedly shunned several big-time offers, but the lure of Texas was finally too much to turn down.   Texas...
  • Basketball: Curie grad Cliff Alexander declares for NBA Draft

    Basketball: Curie grad Cliff Alexander declares for NBA Draft
    After one rocky, up-and-down season at Kansas, former Curie standout Cliff Alexander will declare for the NBA Draft, according to Jayhawks coach Bill Self. Alexander, a 6-foot-9 forward, led Curie to the Public League Playoff title game in 2014, but his...
  • Duke could contend for repeat in 2016

    Nobody will hang any nets to replace the ones Duke cut down Monday night for several months, giving the Blue Devils plenty of time to celebrate their fifth national championship. That doesn't mean everyone else isn't thinking about the future. More...
  • Kansas safety Cassius Sendish invited to Ravens' local prospect day, sources say

    Kansas safety Cassius Sendish invited to Ravens' local prospect day, sources say
    Kansas free safety Cassius Sendish has been invited to the Ravens' local prospect day, according to sources. The Ravens' workout is set for April 21 at their training complex. He's graded as a later-round draft pick. Sendish is a Waldorf native...
  • VCU should thank Shaka Smart for remarkable run before he left for Texas

    VCU should thank Shaka Smart for remarkable run before he left for Texas
    The glow of a most improbable postseason still white hot, Shaka Smart could have bailed on VCU weeks after steering the Rams to the 2011 Final Four. He could have exited in 2012, ’13 or ’14, too. North Carolina State, Illinois, UCLA, Wake...
  • Struggling UF braces for brutal test against No. 1 Kentucky

    Struggling UF braces for brutal test against No. 1 Kentucky
    GAINESVILLE — A lost, unsalvageable season is far from over for the Florida Gators. With a month remaining in SEC play, the losses and indignities are sure to continue for a team lacking leadership, talent and experience. The only question seems...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • 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,...