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  • Alabama takes down Illinois 79-58 in NIT 1st round

    Alabama takes down Illinois 79-58 in NIT 1st round
    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Levi Randolph had 20 points, seven rebounds and four assists to help Alabama rout Illinois 79-58 on Tuesday in the first round of the NIT. Alabama (19-14) played its first game without head coach Anthony Grant, who was...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 3/19 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Chicago Cubs vs. L.A. Dodgers (d.).--MLB Net. Noon    Basketball: NCAA round of 64: Northeastern vs. Notre Dame, then Texas vs. Butler at 2:30.--CBS: WTKR 3, WTVR 6 Noon    Wrestling: NCAA championships’ first...
  • Big Ten: Five conference games to watch in 2015

    Big Ten: Five conference games to watch in 2015
      The Big Ten proved that you can never judge a book by its cover. Picked on by critics who decried that the league was ‘weak,’ the conference had the last laugh as Ohio State captured the first national championship of the College...
  • Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010

    Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010
    This was part of the reason Mark Turgeon took the Maryland coaching job four years ago to succeed retiring future Hall of Famer Gary Williams. It was part of the reason Jake Layman stayed in College Park last spring after three players he was...
  • UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament

    UConn Women Could Meet Old Friends In NCAA Tournament
    The road to the Final Four starts in Storrs, runs through Albany, and ends in Tampa, Fla., UConn's destination as it chases another NCAA title. The Huskies are No. 1 in the country and a heavy favorite to cut down the net next month in Tampa, site of...
  • Kentucky runs the table as No. 1 AP poll

    Breaking down this week's Associated Press college basketball poll: ___ LONG RUN: Kentucky, the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, is the first team since Duke in 1991-92 to hold the No. 1 spot in the AP poll for the entire season. The Wildcats,...
  • Illinois, Alabama look to regroup in NIT matchup

    Illinois, Alabama look to regroup in NIT matchup
    The home team is playing on the road. The host is without a coach. This is life in the NIT, which pits third-seeded Illinois against sixth-seeded Alabama in a first-round game Tuesday in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Both teams are hoping to regroup after...
  • Illinois hits the road in NIT

    Illinois hits the road in NIT
    A giant tarp covers the State Farm Center as construction crews dismantle the interior of the arena in another step of a massive renovation project. Illinois is hoping the wreckage from this basketball season is just part of a similar repair process...
  • Kentucky and UCLA separated by more than brackets in NCAA tournament

    Kentucky and UCLA separated by more than brackets in NCAA tournament
    It was two different Selection Sundays for the two greatest men's college basketball programs in the history of the NCAA tournament. First off, one of the teams was anointed, not selected. Kentucky, winner of eight national titles, earned the top...
  • Shockers could finally get shot at Kansas in NCAA Tourney

    Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall may finally get his wish. Marshall has been trying for years to schedule a game against Kansas, the basketball powerhouse just a couple hours' drive from the Shockers' campus. The Jayhawks have balked, insisting they...
  • Can anyone beat Kentucky in NCAA tournament?

     Can anyone beat Kentucky in NCAA tournament?
    Everybody's talking about Kentucky, the most heralded college basketball team this season. It's almost as if the biggest question is who is the second-best team in America? (And, no, you can't choose Kentucky's bench.) The most serious question...