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  • UConn's Moriah Jefferson, Geno Auriemma Finalists For National Awards

    UConn's Moriah Jefferson, Geno Auriemma Finalists For National Awards
    Sophomore Moriah Jefferson is a finalist for the 2014 Nancy Lieberman Award, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Wednesday. Jefferson is the youngest of the five finalists. The winner will be announced at the Final Four in April.    ...
  • College hoops players teach us how to tourney

    College hoops players teach us how to tourney
    So, seeds don't mean anything. Of the five Chicago college basketball players RedEye leaned on for March Madness expertise, three chose No. 4 seed Louisville as their tourney favorite or their dark horse. The Big Ten gets a lot of love, too. As the meat...
  • Nearing 70, Syracuse's Boeheim Never At A Loss For Words

    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Forget the bracketologist-in-chief. The sour puss-in-chief said Wednesday he'd pick Michigan State, Louisville, Florida and Arizona to advance to the NCAA Tournament Final Four. "Those are the four best teams going into the...
  • UC Irvine falls in NIT opener to SMU

    UC Irvine falls in NIT opener to SMU
    Cannen Cunningham scored 17 points to lead SMU to a 68-54 victory Wednesday night over UC Irvine in the first round of the NIT and give Hall of Fame Coach Larry Brown his first college postseason victory in 26 years. Ben Moore added 11 points in the...
  • Looking Inside The NCAA Tournament Women's Bracket

    Now that the men have had their opening-round fun, the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament gets its start Saturday with 16 games across the land. UConn opens defense of its title Sunday at Gampel Pavilion against Prairie View at 8. Here are 10...
  • Louisville brought home the trophy -- and the bacon -- in 2013

    Louisville brought home the trophy -- and the bacon -- in 2013
    Louisville was the No. 1 college basketball team in the nation on the court … and on the financial ledger … last season. Forbes magazine released its list of “College Basketball’s Most Valuable Teams” this week. The...
  • Jim Calhoun: 'I Have Not Talked To Any School'

    Jim Calhoun: 'I Have Not Talked To Any School'
    BUFFALO, N.Y. – This is the first time in 35 years the Huskies are playing in the NCAA Tournament without Jim Calhoun on their sideline. But that has not stopped the retired coach from attracting attention. ESPN reported Friday that "multiple...
  • Teel Time: Buzz Williams brings attitude, impeccable credentials to Virginia Tech

    College basketball collectively swooned Friday night when Virginia Tech hired Buzz Williams as its head coach, and here’s why: Williams created more national splash in six seasons at Marquette than the Hokies have in 106. To wit: Williams guided...
  • Rick Pitino feels Duke's pain, knows sting of Cinderella upsets

    Rick Pitino feels Duke's pain, knows sting of Cinderella upsets
    Every year in the NCAA Tournament, fans are waiting for that so-called Cinderella story. They anticipate who will be the next tournament darling sending home yet another college basketball superpower. No. 14 seed Mercer joined the list of upstarts...
  • Teel Time: Analytics show new Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams adjusts to his talent

    Some words of caution for Virginia Tech fans judging Buzz Williams: The Hokies’ new basketball coach defies convenient description. Want Tech to play fast? Williams’ 2011-12 Marquette team ranked 16th nationally in possessions per game,...
  • Smith, Hancock help Louisville hold off upset-minded Manhattan in NCAA Tournament

    Smith, Hancock help Louisville hold off upset-minded Manhattan in NCAA Tournament
    Rick Pitino knew it would be tough beating his former protégé. He just didn’t know how tough. Louisville overcame a poor shooting performance and a struggling Russ Smith to defeat a pesky Manhattan College team 70-64 in their second-round NCAA...