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  • 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...
  • 10 things to know about the teams playing in Charlotte as part of the NCAA tournament

    Here are 10 things to know about seven of the teams that will play NCAA tournament games Friday and Sunday at Time Warner Cable Arena. The eighth will be either Robert Morris or North Florida, who play a first-round game Wednesday in Dayton, Ohio. 1....
  • Area grads are difference makers for NCAA-bound teams

    Getting stoked for the Big Dance, are you? Chill, fellow couch potatoes. Take a deep breath. Before the next few weeks of emotional highs and lows unfold I'd like to remind you what a good year it was for Northwest Indiana talent. I would be derelict...
  • Jeff Seidel: Michigan's Harbaugh uses power of exclusion to motivate

    Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh gave a speech to the Michigan football team on Thursday after a spring practice, trying to explain his brother, Jim. "My message to the team was, 'You've got a fighter for a coach,' " John Harbaugh said. John...
  • Terps forward Evan Smotrycz 'getting back to being himself' in postseason

    Terps forward Evan Smotrycz 'getting back to being himself' in postseason
    Maybe it was the familiar surroundings of the Big Ten Conference tournament, where Evan Smotrycz had played during his first two college seasons at Michigan. More likely, it was just a matter of finally getting healthy. While still bothered by nagging...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 3/14 log (updated Saturday AM with all matchups)

    6:30 a.m.    Golf: Tshwane Open third round (in Pretoria, South Africa).--Golf 8:40 a.m.    Soccer: English Premier League: Queens Park at Crystal Palace.--NBCSN 9 a.m.    Exhibition baseball: Tampa Bay vs. Philadelphia (d.).--MLB Net. 9 a.m.  ...
  • Wisconsin survives pesky Michigan, 71-60

    CHICAGO Seniors Josh Gasser and Frank Kaminsky shared with their teammates a blunt message before Wisconsin took the court Friday morning at the United Center. "At this point no one gives a ... darn what you did," Gasser explained. "It is a five-day...
  • NCAA tournament bubble watch

    NCAA tournament bubble watch
    In just four days, teams learn their fates. Some already are sealed. Others can change during conference tournaments. And a few hinge on the downfall of other teams. Conference tourneys this week could be the make-or-break moments for college...
  • Wisconsin struggles early in 71-60 win over Michigan

    Wisconsin struggles early in 71-60 win over Michigan
    Wisconsin didn’t play like a 1-seed in the Big Ten tournament, let like alone a team worthy of the top seed in the NCAA bracket. The Badgers struggled to get by a height-deficient Michigan team that entered the game 16-15. But they eventually...
  • Illinois' NCAA tournament hopes crumble against Michigan

     Illinois' NCAA tournament hopes crumble against Michigan
    His eyes fixed to the floor and his chin nearly on his chest, Illinois guard Malcolm Hill glumly talked about feeling optimistic about postseason play. “We just have to keep our heads up and move on,” Hill said. His tone was as...
  • Illinois center Nnanna Egwu has come long way but journey isn't over

    Illinois center Nnanna Egwu has come long way but journey isn't over
    Immaculata Egwu only understood her towering son's future basketball promise when he had eight scholarship offers in hand. Her son Nnanna, who had grown to 6 feet 6 by eighth grade, had been told since he was a child that education was the route to...