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  • John Clay: Time for Kentucky to show what it can do for redemption

    ST. LOUIS Potential is just potential until you do something. Kentucky has a last chance to do something. When the potential-packed but No. 8-seed Wildcats play Wichita State at approximately 2:45 p.m. EDT on Sunday at the Scottrade Center in a third-...
  • Baylor catalyst Chery seeks to shine in shadow of Creighton's McDermott

    SAN ANTONIO As expected, Creighton forward Doug McDermott dominated the media discussion in Saturday's news conference at AT&T Center. But if you're looking for the player most likely to determine his team's fate in Sunday's Baylor-Creighton matchup in...
  • Matchup capsules for NCAA Tournament games of Sunday

    SOUTH REGIONAL At ST. LOUIS No. 10 Stanford vs. No. 2 Kansas, 11:15 a.m. (CBS) The Cardinal held off New Mexico, and the Jayhawks pulled away from pesky Eastern Kentucky late. Stanford Coach Johnny Dawkins has a history with Kansas. As a Blue Devils...
  • Kansas outlasts EKU 80-69

    Kansas outlasts EKU 80-69
    ST. LOUIS -- A day ago, Eastern Kentucky guard Glenn Cosey said he didn't have a favorite NCAA tournament upset. "I'm hoping that we can pull off one and that would be my favorite memory," he said. For awhile, he looked like he might have one for...
  • Unsung bench players lift Kansas

    Unsung bench players lift Kansas
    ST. LOUIS — In a tight NCAA tournament game against an unheralded opponent, there are some Kansas players who would be expected to take over. Andrew Wiggins, Tariq Black and Perry Ellis certainly did their parts in helping the second-seeded...
  • Kansas holds off Eastern Kentucky to advance

    ST. LOUIS Andrew Wiggins was sleepy. It was late on Friday morning, hours before No. 2 seed Kansas would board a bus and drive a few blocks to the Scottrade Center for its NCAA Tournament opener. While the hours passed, the Jayhawks settled in to watch...
  • Kansas' Jamari Traylor has come a long way in more ways than one

    ST. LOUIS With less than a second left in Kansas' rotten first half against Eastern Kentucky on Friday, Jayhawks sophomore Jamari Traylor was goaded into a three-shot foul against the Colonels' Orlando Williams. It was the appropriate exclamation point...
  • Gonzaga turns back Oklahoma State

    SAN DIEGO Not that your bracket wasn't hemorrhaging anyway, but Gonzaga likely bruised it a little more here Friday. Along with those of Jay Bilas, Digger Phelps, Seth Davis and just about any other talking head who weighed in on the Zags' first-game NCAA...
  • Kansas beats Eastern Kentucky in NCAA Tournament opener

    ST. LOUIS Inside the Scottrade Center, the temperature was rising. The upset watch was turned up to 10. Tensions were rising. For the second straight season, Kansas was in a first-round dogfight with a low-seeded directional school from the state of...
  • Unlikely source helps Stanford Cardinal defeat New Mexico

    ST. LOUIS The NCAA Tournament isn't just for standouts. Walk-on guard Robbie Lemons hit the biggest free throws in Stanford's 58-53 victory over New Mexico in a Midwest Region second-round game on Friday and sent the Cardinal to a date with Kansas on...
  • Stanford turns back New Mexico

    ST. LOUIS Stanford hadn't been to the NCAA tournament in six years, and the Cardinal doesn't want to go home. There was no sense of satisfaction after a 58-53 win over No. 7 New Mexico on Friday at the Scottrade Arena. Stanford is only looking forward....