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  • MWC preview: 5 key non-conference games to watch in 2015

    MWC preview: 5 key non-conference games to watch in 2015
      The Mountain West Conference continues to strengthen its non-conference schedule with showdowns against teams from the Power 5 conferences. That said, here are 5 non-conference games to watch in 2015: Washington at Boise State Friday, Sept. 4...
  • Jalen Brunson boosts Villanova in college basketball poll

    Jalen Brunson boosts Villanova in college basketball poll
    Less than 24 hours after Duke was cutting down the nets and the song "One Shining Moment" was filling the CBS airwaves, college basketball's analysts already were conjecturing on which school will enjoy the next Shining Moment. Eamonn Brennan, the...
  • Michigan's Albrecht has hip surgery, out 4-5 months

    Michigan's basketball's offseason program will be without a key player. Michigan junior Spike Albrecht had successful surgery on his right hip Wednesday morning at U-M Hospital and will undergo a 4-5 month recovery and rehab process, coach John Beilein...
  • Ryan Brown would trade eight-goal game for a Johns Hopkins win

    Ryan Brown would trade eight-goal game for a Johns Hopkins win
    For the second time in as many seasons, Ryan Brown scored eight goals in a game. And for the second time in as many seasons, Johns Hopkins failed to convert the attackman's success into a victory. So it's not too much of a surprise that the Sykesville...
  • Amanda Zahui B happy to go her own way, enter WNBA draft

    Leaving school early for the pros is no big deal for the men at Kentucky or Duke. It is far more unique on the women's side, and that is one of the reasons Minnesota sophomore center Amanda Zahui B. wore a big smile on her face as she explained her...
  • Football recruiting notes: West Aurora's Spears a foot away from full strength

    Football recruiting notes: West Aurora's Spears a foot away from full strength
    Drake Spears is anxious for his football recruitment to pick up a bit. Perhaps that will happen after he finally boots the basketball injury next week. The West Aurora junior sat out his team's 50-49 loss to Bolingbrook in the Class 4A Hinsdale...
  • Q&A with ESPN lacrosse analyst Paul Carcaterra

    ESPN analyst Paul Carcaterra helped call No. 1 Notre Dame's 15-10 victory at No. 8 Duke on Saturday and will provide commentary for Sunday’s showdown between Big Ten rivals Ohio State and Michigan. Carcaterra, the former Syracuse midfielder who...
  • Plenty of room on fun-loving Wisconsin bandwagon

    Plenty of room on fun-loving Wisconsin bandwagon
    Admit it America, you're secretly rooting for them. Concede that as the final seconds ticked away Saturday night and Wisconsin ended Kentucky's run of perfection — instead of burning your couches — you leapt from them and broke into a...
  • Valentine vows Michigan State will return to Final Four next year

    INDIANAPOLIS When a season ends, if it can't end with a national championship, Tom Izzo looks for the tears. He got an eyeful Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium, after a sobering 81-61 Final Four loss to Duke that ended the most stunning postseason...
  • NCAA Final Four: Remember, you've got three options for Saturday night's games

    NCAA Final Four: Remember, you've got three options for Saturday night's games
    Don't be fooled if you wander to truTV or TNT tonight and get biased broadcasts on the Final Four games. It's by design. TBS is where you want to be for the neutral broadcast with Jim Nantz, Grant Hill and Bill Raftery. Both truTV and TNT will have...
  • Wisconsin's Kaminsky named Player of the Year

    INDIANAPOLIS The best basketball player in the nation stands 84 inches tall, possesses the footwork of a ballerina and was overlooked by almost every marquee program when he was a high school senior at Benet Academy in Lisle, Ill. That player is...