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  • Final week of regular season filled with intriguing matchups

    Conference tournaments begin this week and there will be some important games for ranked teams in a few of the smaller leagues. The Missouri Valley Conference tournament kicks off Thursday in St. Louis with No. 8 Wichita State and No. 11 Northern Iowa...
  • Wild week leads to changes across AP Top 25 poll

    The stability of The Associated Press Top 25 these past several weeks blew up during a tumultuous week of big victories and upsets. Kentucky, Division I's only undefeated team, remained entrenched at No. 1 after two routs. The Wildcats (29-0) were a...
  • Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football

    Veteran coach Dick Tomey steps in to help USF football
    TAMPA – On this cool February morning in Tampa among the hustle and bustle of spring football practice, Dick Tomey is right where he belongs. For nearly three decades, Tomey has wandered the sidelines as a football coach, with the job taking him to...
  • Kansas State rallies to edge No. 12 Iowa State, 70-69

    MANHATTAN, Kan. The Kansas State Wildcats won their second straight game against a ranked opponent Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum, downing Iowa State 70-69. The Wildcats beat the No. 12 Cyclones five days after defeating No. 8 Kansas. With the victory,...
  • Ron Cook: Shame on those contributing to late-February sadness

    It's not quite March, but the madness has started. Or should I say the sadness? Last Saturday, two high school girls basketball teams in Tennessee tried to blatantly tank the same game so they could avoid a powerhouse in the playoffs. Monday, Kansas...
  • Mike Sielski: Court-storming: Is there even a solution?

    At the time, Fran Dunphy could feel the wave coming, and only in retrospect did he see a way to keep it from crashing upon him and those Kansas coaches and players along the sideline at the Wells Fargo Center. This was Dec. 22. Dunphy took a timeout with...
  • Melee after Kansas State's court storming puts spotlight on safety

    Melee after Kansas State's court storming puts spotlight on safety
    MANHATTAN, Kan. -- More than a dozen security officials dressed in bright green shirts gathered behind the basket, just as they were trained. When the final seconds ticked away on Kansas State's stunning upset of rival Kansas, they immediately sprinted...
  • Time to put an end to storming the court

    Time to put an end to storming the court
      It’s time to stop all of this foolishness. In an all-too familiar sight, Kansas State fans rushed the court at Bramlage Coliseum moments after the Wildcats upset No. 9 Kansas Monday night. The purple wave of humanity engulfed the floor...
  • College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade

    College freshman ineligibility initiative doesn't make the grade
    There is a lesson to be learned following reports several conferences are exploring the option of restoring freshman ineligibility, barring first-year athletes from playing. And you don't have to have a college degree to see what it is. It all began...
  • College basketball: 2014 in review

    College basketball: 2014 in review
    THE HIGHS • Jordan Adams of UCLA missed a late jumper that could have tied a regular-season game against Arizona. It haunted him for two months. But in the Pac-12 Conference tournament championship game, he got another chance. With the score tied...
  • Kansas State coach Tom Hayes remembers his UCLA days

    Kansas State defensive coordinator Tom Hayes spent nine seasons as an assistant coach at UCLA, from 1980 through 1988, the last seven as the Bruins’ defensive coordinator. “I had a lot more hair and it was dark,” said Hayes, whose...