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  • College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images

     College athletes routinely sign away rights to be paid for names, images
    The monetary value of a college athlete's name, image and likeness is being hashed out in court, but many universities have already arrived at a figure: zero. Colleges from the Big Ten to the Mid-American Conference ask or require athletes to sign...
  • NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown

    NCAA Women's Tournament: Albany Regional Breakdown
    The Albany Regional has two games Saturday with the championship game Monday night. The winner goes to the Final Four. A quick trip around the region: No. 5 Texas (24-10) vs. No. 1 UConn (34-1) Time/TV: noon, ESPN • This is the first appearance...
  • Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 17 Loyola wins fifth straight, 12-8

    Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 17 Loyola wins fifth straight, 12-8
    Taryn Van Thof had a hat trick and No. 17 Loyola Maryland won its fifth straight game, beating visiting Georgetown, 12-8, Wednesday night. Kara Burke (Dulaney) and Annie Thomas (John Carroll) added two goals each for the Greyhounds (6-4). Hannah...
  • NC State's backcourt best since 'Fire and Ice'

    Guards matter in March, even more in April. That's just how the NCAA tournament works. Connecticut's national title last year, on the efforts of guards Shabazz Napier and Ryan Boatright, was just the latest example. The Huskies won it three years before...
  • 6 teams with 10 or more losses most ever to reach Sweet 16

    The NCAA Tournament has never had so many teams with so many losses make it so far. Six of the regional semifinalists have 10 or more losses, including three with 13. The reaction around college basketball has been a collective shrug. There simply are...
  • Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring

    Recognizable names winning have NCAA tournament ratings soaring
    Through the first weekend, the NCAA men's basketball tournament is producing large TV numbers, some of the biggest ever. CBS and Turner were beaming about the ratings in a release. Game coverage on CBS won Saturday night's Nielsens and the strong...
  • 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...
  • Three No. 1 seeds , including unbeaten Kentucky, still alive

    When the NCAA Tournament reaches the Sweet 16, that means there are only 15 games left to decide a national champion. Kentucky needs to win four of those games to become the first undefeated champion since Indiana in 1976. The Wildcats improved to 36-0...
  • A look at the NCAA's Sweet 16 matchups

    After upsets galore on Thursday, the NCAA Tournament has arrived at the Sweet 16 without any small-conference Cinderellas. Fourteen of the teams that will be playing on the second weekend are from power conferences, led by a record-tying five teams...
  • Coplay company helps major league teams set defensive alignment

    Coplay company helps major league teams set defensive alignment
    Twentysomethings sit in rows inside a two-story, red brick building in the small town of Coplay. Using a keyboard and a pair of screens, the video scouts each note 700,000 pitches and 130,000 batted balls in the major leagues each year, night after...
  • The Big Shift: Infields spin in response to data explosion

    Twentysomethings sit in rows inside a two-story, red brick building in an Allentown suburb that Norman Rockwell could have painted. Using a keyboard and a pair of screens each, the video scouts note every one of the 700,000 pitches and 130,000 batted...