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  • UCLA's road in the NCAA tournament won't get any easier

    UCLA's road in the NCAA tournament won't get any easier
    SAN DIEGO — Florida is still out there. This is where a young man's mind could wander. UCLA players have been snared in this trap before. The fourth-seeded Bruins are so close to Memphis that they can almost smell the cheeseburgers cooking at...
  • USC women fall in NCAA tournament on foe's last-gasp shot, 71-68

    KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Briana Brown waited nearly 40 minutes for her first basket on Saturday, but she made it count. The senior guard from St. John's hit a three-point dagger with 0.4 seconds remaining to beat USC, 71-68, in a first-round NCAA women'...
  • UCLA has fun with sound fundamentals in victory over Tulsa

    UCLA has fun with sound fundamentals in victory over Tulsa
    SAN DIEGO — No Duke here. No Ohio State anywhere. And no, giggle, not even a hint of New Mexico. At the late-night end of two NCAA tournament opening days filled with higher seeds laying giant eggs, UCLA finished Friday's madness with a simple,...
  • Dave George: Florida Gators primed to get over Elite Eight stumbling block

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. The question has to be asked, and always it is met with a glare. Are these Florida Gators, double-digit winners in all three of their NCAA tournament games, any more capable of pushing themselves through the brick wall of the Elite Eight...
  • Jeff Miller: Arizona restores order in the West

    ANAHEIM, Calif. I've already admitted to being numb to March Madness, writing a column last week questioning the quality of college basketball. And now I just watched Baylor, in its jerseys trimmed in optic yellow, shoot like a team struggling to see....
  • USC's Cassie Harberts happy to have an extended career

    Cassie Harberts played last summer on a USA women's basketball team that won a World University Games gold medal in Russia. The USC forward had plenty in common with her teammates — except one thing: She was the lone player with no NCAA tournament...
  • Dave George: Florida Billy Donovan vs. UCLA's Steve Alford an intriguing coaching matchup of former players

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. It takes a durable team to make it to the Sweet 16, but what about the coaches Thursday night for Florida vs. UCLA? Steve Alford and Billy Donovan have been gym rats for so long that they both played in the 1987 Final Four. That's quite...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • UCLA vs. Tulsa: How they match up

    WHO: No. 4 UCLA (26-8) vs. No. 13 Tulsa (21-12) WHAT: NCAA South regional second-round game, Friday, 6:57 p.m. WHERE: Viejas Arena, San Diego. TV: truTV. RADIO: 710. UPDATE: Tulsa averages 73.1 points per game and appears to be a budget version of...
  • UCLA amps up defensively

    LOS ANGELES It seems like a distant memory now, lost in the redemptive narrative of UCLA's first Sweet 16 in six years. But it was a mere 17 days ago that the Bruins returned from Pullman, fresh off their worst loss of the season, with as little...